CORB LUND ‘Agricultural Tragic’


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After more than 30 years in the business, it’s only natural that Corb Lund would label his genre of music: Agricultural Tragic.

Also the title of his tenth album, it’s what Lund has been calling what he does for years. “I’ve kind of been sardonically using that as my self-applied sub-genre label for many years now,” Lund tells American Songwriter. “I didn’t want anyone to scoop me on it.”

On Agricultural Tragic  the Alberta, Canada native continues his old and new Western tales, rooted in Lund’s rancher and rodeo lineage that spans six generations, set in his own 21st Century world.

Clearly, Lund isn’t locked into country or any other particular genre. A founding member of The Smalls, a metal- and punk-driven band, from 1989 through 2001, he then jumped into more country with The Hurtin’ Albertans, there’s no simple musical slot for Lund or Agricultural Tragic. Instead, it’s a blend of the singer-songwriter’s rock and country roots.