Joey Canyon | The Rhythm of Livin'

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The Rhythm of Livin'

by Joey Canyon

Joey Canyon’s long-awaited second album, The Rhythm of Livin’, delivers the tearjerkin’ and boot-stompin’ strum of ageless, timeless, classic country – as country was meant to be.
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1. He's Coming Back Home to Her for Good
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2. Ode to John Denver
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3. White Limousines
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4. Sea of Hearbreak
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5. Life Without You
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6. Joanne
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7. You Don't Love Me Anymore
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8. Life's Graduation
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9. Rhythm of Livin'
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10. There's a Feelin'
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Joey Canyon’s long-awaited second album, The Rhythm of Livin’, delivers the tearjerkin’ and boot-stompin’ strum of ageless, timeless, classic country – as country was meant to be. Canyon never disappoints, inviting his fans on a journey from the danceable “He’s Comin’ Back Home To Her For Good” to the soulful and heartrending “You Don’t Love Me Anymore” – a tune you just can’t help but play on repeat. Through it all, in traditional Canyon style, he props his feet up and embraces life’s trials with downhome sensibility – reflective in the wisdom of “Life’s Graduation” and his title song “Rhythm of Livin’”.

The album evolved over the course of several years as Joey composed the lyrics and music for six of the ten songs. As a result, every word, chord, and honeyed harmony of his background vocalists hold true to his authentic style. You’ll even find in the mix his first ever tribute song to John Denver, who inspired and influenced his music and his decision to make Colorado “home” for the last 39 years. Part inspiration and part autobiographical, The Rhythm of Livin’ could be the lightest and most upbeat tracks yet from a man who knows how to sit back, humbly tip his hat down, and soak it all in.


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