Hood and Cobb’s blues-infused low country duet

If you’re a fan of blues-infused Southern rock that’s stamped with Alabama flare, Adam Hood’s “She Don’t Love Me feat. Brent Cobb” is a track you’ll want to add to your playlist. The two Yellowhammer state friends known for co-writing songs like Cobb’s “King of Alabama” and “.30-06″ lend their voices to a twangy, lost-your-lover fueled duet.




The song is the first from the Low Country Sound writer’s album ‘Somewhere In Between,’ due Oct. 12 via his own label Southern Songs. In addition to co-writes with Cobb, Hood is most known for writing songs like Anderson East’s “Surrender” and album cuts recorded by Miranda Lambert, Little Big Town and Lee Ann Womack.

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