Country artist Brent Cobb is the latest to star in Music Box season 4, with a sublime performance co-starring his longtime touring pal "Big Mike" Harris.

He released his debut, Grammy-nominated album Shine On Rainy Day in 2017, and followed it up this year with the critically-acclaimed Providence Canyon.

For his Music Box session, Brent performed "Lorene" and "Ain't A Road Too Long" from Providence Canyon, and at special request, "Black Crow" from Shine On Rainy Day.

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The Independent said of Brent's latest album: "Providence Canyon is more muscular than its predecessor and, for the most part, a heck of a lot of fun: an 11-song LP recorded in Nashville with Cobb's Grammy-winning producer/cousin Dave Cobb."

"[Brent] Cobb doesn't once waver on this record when it comes to the authenticity of his writing," the review added. "There's no posturing; he writes what he knows, and he knows a lot about the South."

Watch Brent's Music Box session (above) and make sure you check out his album, Providence Canyon, which is out now.

See all of our latest Music Box sessions here. Season 4 continues each Monday until 26 November

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