Dance to the recording studio, the album debut of Julianne Hough

Twice professional champion of popular ABC television show “Dancing With The Stars’ Julianne Hough has recently begun to focus on other talent – singing.

May 20, Hough released her debut album titled country music. In the spirit of his most infamous something critical Carrie Anne, Len and Bruno (the judges of the series that made her famous) You could say, the beginnings of Hough is very good, but there is always room for improvement.

The best song on the album is probably the first single, “That Song In My Head”, which has all the makings of a fun and catchy melody. Two other songs that seem really stand out are “My Hallelujah Song” and “About Life” for their soft voices and remarkable themes respectively.

Most of the tracks fall into that typical music fan might consider the average slightly above the category average. But the songs “You, you, you” and “Jimmy Ray McGee” are two examples of works that seem exaggerated or lacking originality and demonstrate the existence of “room for improvement” above.

In general, Hough is like a breath of fresh air. In an industry that glorifies promiscuity and materialism, is a complete change of pace. Their first album gives the world of music with a refreshing taste of a healthy style and classic country. And if you are still working on it, I could do everything a name for herself as similar to the way it has done with his skills on the dance musician.

I recommend this record to anyone who is more than a casual fan of country music with a passing interest.

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