The proverbial kiss-off: I hope you have a good life. Does anyone actually mean it? Aren’t you actually hoping the ex- quietly withers within a life of misery and solitude?
My review of The Gina Furtado Project’s I Hope You Have a Good Life is published at Country Standard Time. Furtado, most recently of Chris Jones & the Night Drivers, presents a sound unique in bluegrass- as much pop-rock as bluegrass, but definitely still bluegrass. I quite enjoyed this album.