If you grew up on ‘90s country, you’re no doubt familiar with Ricochet.
Known for hits like “Daddy’s Money,” “What Do I Know” and “Love Is Stronger Than Pride,” the band had a monster run in the ‘90s, scoring an ACM Award for Top New Vocal Group and a gold-certified record with their debut self-titled album.
And now, the band is celebrating their 30th anniversary with a brand new album – sort of.
Then & Now, which dropped today, features new versions of some of their classic hits, along with 8 new songs that are reminiscent of the style that made them such a force in the ‘90s.
Their first album in over a decade, Then & Now features revisited versions of hits like “Daddy’s Money” and “He Left A Lot To Be Desired,” along with new songs that feature that same ‘90s country sound like “Gonna Be Something” and “Keep You Lovin’ Me” that will feel familiar with the band’s trademark harmonies, despite being brand new songs.
If you were a fan of Ricochet in the ‘90s, or even if you’re just a ‘90s country fan, this one hits the mark in all the right ways.