People have said that Abe Partridge sounds older than his chronological age, and there’s a very good reason for that – he’s packed a lot of living into his 37 years.
“Playing for people, striking a chord with people, for me that’s what it’s really all about,” he says. “... That’s always what I’ve wanted to do.”
That connection is undeniable on Cotton Fields and Blood For Days. Plug in, and its power will flow through you and keep you energized for a long time to come.