Your mistake is one of the year's best albums in the traditional American country music . Do not miss this gem!
With a voice that's warm and full of winning charm, Herring makes Honky Tonk her own, her skill for storytelling and singing suggesting a future star in the Lucinda Williams mold.
Western swing and other deep-rooted Americana sung with a beat that fits like a glove. And seemingly without effort, just such a thing. Impressive original material and Herring has a voice that takes place in just the right way.
This album is marinated in traditional country but is still something fresh and tasty...This is Herring's second album and she continues on the path of delivering Texas twang with an individual touch.
Herring's outlaw Texan country sound has been honed over a decade of touring and recording. One for lovers of the traditional C&W sound..
Far from the glitz of Nashville , but rather to evoke now Patsy Cline, Lucinda Willams the very first time . What is striking is her songwriting ability to maneuver in the American tradition , offering reflective songs , and full of poetry.
First-rate honky tonk of a true Texan.
Emily Herring is the most fresh , genuine and vital example of how you can today play authentic country music, not caring beautifully (about) stereotypes of "gender" imposed by the recording industry. And if the result of this stance is an artistic work of the goodness of Your Mistake, then we wish her to continue unabated..
"5 Stars" The Sound of Emily her new album gives away what I ‘m talking about. It’s country, but in a different way. This San Marcos based angel, sings with ease...Good old rocking Country with a dip of Tejana from the region between San Antonio & Austin. A beautiful country album and a must have for all of you who love the lifestyle.
A lovely country voice with a handful of Texas accent, a pleasing dose of twang and a beautiful and razor sharp clarity...A really solid songwriter.
There is no denying it: "Your Mistake" is loads of fun, class produces and convinced by her songwriting, her arrangements and the performance of all involved...Play is worth it immensely!