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Sean Wiggins continues to grow

With “The Kitchen Sink”, Sean Wiggins continues to grow as an artist. Joined by her band “Lone Goat”, she once again creates catchy melodies and relatable lyrics. But this time around she seems more comfortable in her own skin. She still sees life’s joy and sorrow, but with more mature eyes.

Wiggins has learned to care less about what other people think and focus more on what makes her happy. “Watchin’ The World Go By” is an anthem for everyone who needs a little “me time” to stay sane. “Old #7” praises a bottle that contains relaxation, not demons. It’s a refreshing change in a world where every other person seems to be in a 12-step program. In “Crazy”, she’s defiantly proud that her life works for her, and that’s what counts.

“Taking It Slow” and “More” could only come from someone experienced enough to know they don’t know everything.

She’s also not letting herself be taken advantage of anymore. Titles like “You Done Me Wrong” and “I’m Not Your Maid” need no explanation. She also knows life is too short to settle for anything less than the “Whole Enchilada”.

As with he previous albums, Sean Wiggins and Lone Goat embrace a variety of musical styles. Sean’s traditional blues is still going strong on “Cold Wind” and “Old #7”. “Taking It Slow” has a relaxed, folksy feel. Paul Houston’s guitar lays down a rock solid country foundation for “Watchin’ The World Go By” and “You Done Me Wrong”.

Standout tracks:
“Watchin’ The World Go By” (your choice of electric or acoustic)
“Taking It Slow”
“Old #7”