THE LAWS, “Try Love,” JML Music. 11 tracks.
John and Michele Law say they’ve spent 10 years and a million miles on the road making music together.
That includes more than 200 dates a year in the U.S. and Canada.
“Try Love” is the Canadian couple’s sixth album.
They describe their music as “country folk with bluegrass hints.”
But hints are about all you get of bluegrass.
Gordon Lightfoot’s “Wherefore and Why” is the closest thing to bluegrass on the album.
The other 10 songs, which the Laws co-wrote, are country.
But The Laws have a good sound.
So, if you’re looking for country, check them out at www.TheLaws.ca.