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Can't Let Go

by Landon Pigg

Can't Let Go by Landon Pigg

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Can't Let Go

by Landon Pigg

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Label: RCA Records
Singer/guitarist Landon Pigg's debut single may be the wimpiest thing since James Blunt's "Beautiful," and he may be something of a fragile flower, but his voice catches just enough of the soaring melodrama Eric Carmen invented to make the initial naysayer take a second listen. Also, you can't argue with the success of Blunt's song, so Pigg's take on misery, which is just as good, has the potential to be as much of an anthem for the broken-hearted. Or at least fuel for their fire while Blunt works up a suitable follow-up. Sure he's a pretty boy and sure he probably had his lunch money stolen, but Pigg's Eric Carmen-like debut single hits the bad breakup wound with pinpoint accuracy.

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Singer/guitarist Landon Pigg's debut single may be the wimpiest thing since James Blunt's "Beautiful," and he may be something of a fragile flower, but his voice catches just enough of the soaring melodrama Eric Carmen invented to make the initial naysayer take a second listen. Also, you can't argue with the success of Blunt's song, so Pigg's take on misery, which is just as good, has the potential to be as much of an anthem for the broken-hearted. Or at least fuel for their fire while Blunt works up a suitable follow-up. Sure he's a pretty boy and sure he probably had his lunch money stolen, but Pigg's Eric Carmen-like debut single hits the bad breakup wound with pinpoint accuracy.

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About This Album

Singer/guitarist Landon Pigg's debut single may be the wimpiest thing since James Blunt's "Beautiful," and he may be something of a fragile flower, but his voice catches just enough of the soaring melodrama Eric Carmen invented to make the initial naysayer take a second listen. Also, you can't argue with the success of Blunt's song, so Pigg's take on misery, which is just as good, has the potential to be as much of an anthem for the broken-hearted. Or at least fuel for their fire while Blunt works up a suitable follow-up. Sure he's a pretty boy and sure he probably had his lunch money stolen, but Pigg's Eric Carmen-like debut single hits the bad breakup wound with pinpoint accuracy.