Posted on: November 28, 2020 Posted by: Peter Burns Comments: 0

Richard Lynch is a Waynesville, Ohio-based country music artist, who has compiled a long list of country hits and chart toppers in the world of traditional country music, including a duet with Grammy Award Winner, Rhonda Vincent. A member of the Ohio Country Music Hall of Fame, and The Independent Country Music Hall of Fame, Lynch has appeared on WSM Radio Nashville, RFD TV, Fox TV, and countless other media outlets. He is also the host of “Traditionally Lynch,” airing on TV and radio, and he’s the founder of the Love Tattoo Foundation for veterans.

“This great country of ours, is in a heck of a shape. I know I’ve never seen it this way. But don’t let your heart be troubled. We’re gonna be alright. We got the right man workin for us. So pull out your Bible, blow off the dust. We need to pray to the Lord. He’ll make everything alright,” sings Richard Lynch in the opening verse of his latest single, “He’ll Make Everything Alright”.

From the minute Richard Lynch steps up to the plate, on “He’ll Make Everything Alright”, you know its real country music! It’s not Bro Country stuff. It’s the real deal. Lynch isn’t an artist who tactically drops singles to keep any label happy. He’s a songwriter who heads into the studio when he’s full of ideas and releases music when it’s good and ready. At least that’s exactly how his music always sounds like.

Right from the hard smack of the snare and twanging guitars, you’re sonically experiencing what purists would call ‘authentic’ country. While that debate has far too many nuances to get involved it, one thing that’s for sure, is that Richard Lynch lives this music. A thudding drum beat, a wailing pedal style and lyrics dripping with honesty, and you know what you’re in for, all throughout “He’ll Make Everything Alright”.

Lynch is one of the best songwriters out there, the chorus is full of the grit and determination of cowboy country. The musicianship is perfection. Raging guitars, and dancing pedal Steel with more twang that most of Nashville combined, creates a solid base on a song like this. Listen to this record and you’ll find no tailgates, no tight jeans, and no beers on a Friday night. Just the truth. And raw, honest emotion.

Richard Lynch throws in a powerful dose of spirituality in this outing as he analyzes our current state of affairs and warns: “Every generation’s got a battle to fight. Looks like it’s our turn to sacrifice,” and then goes on to advise: “We’re still the land of the free. And the home of the brave. We better make sure, we stay that way. Let’s keep our faith in the Lord. Cause God’s love never fades.”

If you’re looking for world weary songs, crafted with true finesse and heart-aching honesty, “He’ll Make Everything Alright” is it. The song showcase Richard Lynch’s abilities as a compelling songwriter and singer.


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