A twenty-something Okie with the world-weary songwriting chops of someone twice his age, John Fullbright sings about cross-country travel and hard living on “Jericho,” a song steeped in Americana, country and Southern gospel. Come for the cathartic chorus; stay for Fullbright’s harmonica solo, which gives the tune an added blast of energy during the final 30-second stretch.
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