Shane Dwight is a crossover musician but on Tuesday expect nothing but the blues.
Dwight will perform for the second time with the Buddy Emmer Blues Band at Harrah’s Lake Tahoe from 8 p.m. to midnight.
Dwight is a native of Northern California who has been putting out records at a fast pace since moving to the Nashville area a few years ago.
“No One Loves Me Better” was on Red Parlor Records out on April 5. Music critics consider it to be one of Dwight’s best albums. And Dwight does not disagree.
“For the maturity of the lyrics and the sounds of the record, sonically it’s my greatest record,” he said.
The album was recorded at Kevin McKendree’s famed Rock House studio in Franklin, Tennessee. McKendree, has produced three of Dwight’s last four albums. Engineer Greg Brown collaborated with Dwight and finished up the production.
“This is as good and complete of a new record as anything I’ve heard over the past year,” wrote Tahoe Onstage writer Jon Siembieda, who gives the album a perfect five out of five whiskey shots.
Click the LINK to read the Tahoe Onstage review of ““No One Loves Me Better.”