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Where Country Grows

by Ashton Shepherd

Where Country Grows by Ashton Shepherd

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Where Country Grows

by Ashton Shepherd

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Label: MCA Nashville
"The word is 'faithful'/ Look it up" is a pretty fantastic seven-word start to a tart-country-heroine album, delivered by Alabama firebrand Ashton Shepherd in a vicious, infectious twang that kills whether she's singing the praises of "Beer on a Boat," detailing the simple pleasures of a town with "More Cows Than People," or apologizing to God via the swampy shuffle "Tryin' to Go to Church." Of the weepy slow jams, "That All Leads to One Thing" hits hardest, the one thing being D-I-V-O-R-C-E. She oughta start a reverse dating service where she'll tell off your crap dude for $200 a pop. Pay it.

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"The word is 'faithful'/ Look it up" is a pretty fantastic seven-word start to a tart-country-heroine album, delivered by Alabama firebrand Ashton Shepherd in a vicious, infectious twang that kills whether she's singing the praises of "Beer on a Boat," detailing the simple pleasures of a town with "More Cows Than People," or apologizing to God via the swampy shuffle "Tryin' to Go to Church." Of the weepy slow jams, "That All Leads to One Thing" hits hardest, the one thing being D-I-V-O-R-C-E. She oughta start a reverse dating service where she'll tell off your crap dude for $200 a pop. Pay it.

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About This Album

"The word is 'faithful'/ Look it up" is a pretty fantastic seven-word start to a tart-country-heroine album, delivered by Alabama firebrand Ashton Shepherd in a vicious, infectious twang that kills whether she's singing the praises of "Beer on a Boat," detailing the simple pleasures of a town with "More Cows Than People," or apologizing to God via the swampy shuffle "Tryin' to Go to Church." Of the weepy slow jams, "That All Leads to One Thing" hits hardest, the one thing being D-I-V-O-R-C-E. She oughta start a reverse dating service where she'll tell off your crap dude for $200 a pop. Pay it.