Pistol Hill, Part II Review
Music blows purely through the Blue Ridge Mountains, and anyone with an ear can tune in if they are willing. Pistol Hill did, and at an early age. An award-winning singer/songwriter, Hill was born and raised in the Foothills of North Carolina. At the age of six, Pistol began playing drums and then switched to guitar at age twelve. Soon the songwriting flowed. Pistol recalls, “Songwriting was the first thing I had ever felt passionate about.” Pistol keeps that flame burning, even while attending Appalachian State University business classes and later working construction, the flame was there. Playing five nights a week for two and half years build the flames and his catalog of music. In 2016, Pistol decided to quit his day job and dedicate all of his time to touring and writing. Pistol released his debut recording of new material in the Spring of 2018 called Part I, featuring his first single “Different You.” Pistol is now releasing Part II. Pistol teamed up with Grammy award-winning producer, Billy Hume, to create his latest collection of tunes. With Pistol’s warm weathered voice and craftsman style of lyrics, he brings to life three tunes that blend new and old Country. That’s the short of it!
Pistol Hill, Pt. II
Brand New Bottle of Whiskey
Two Jacks Straight
Release Date: November 18, 2018
Pistol has a seasoned full voice that is characteristic throughout his range. His voice emanates the truth behind his lyrics.