This follow-up to 2006's fine Other People's Lives
Throughout its long history, country music has often found itself staring at the mirror and trying to make sense of the reflection.
Given the ubiquity these days of performers whose acts seem to rely as much (or more) on technology as on talent, fans of genres like Americana can be forgiven for fretting that fretboards could soon wind up on the endangered species list.
"There are no second acts in American lives"? Well, if F.