Porter Union, Porter Union
Porter Union’s self-titled debut cruises the same gravel lane as the classic country duets of old.
Porter Union’s self-titled debut cruises the same gravel lane as the classic country duets of old. Fans of the Conway Twitty-Loretta Lynn and Porter Waggoner-Dolly Parton records will reminisce in the dynamic between Cole and Kendra Porter. Harmonies persist through crafty tongue-in-cheek storytelling and acoustic-driven instrumentation. The album, available online, opens with potential love (“Don’t Look at Me”) and ranges to expired love. “Out of Spite” is uncomfortably humorous as husband and wife argue publicly with custody of the bar at stake. Porter Union plays with Jonathan Parker July 20 at Southbound Bar & Grill for a night of storytelling and acoustic song swapping.