Bret Vidrine, one of South Louisiana's best kept musical secrets, is what Ray Lamontagne or Ryan Adams would sound like had they been raised on the bayou. He is an artist who can transport any listener from feeling as though they're sitting by a bonfire while a friend plays background music, such as on 'Propane', to sitting in a concert hall rocking out while a big band blows the roof off with a horn tinged anthem like 'Stand', to hearing about a hot and wild summer night such as on 'The Hammer Song'. Want sensitive? Try 'She's More' or 'Again' on for size. Lamenting the loss of a true love or missed chance? 'Wasted Time' and 'Shoulda Known Better' are right up your heartbroken alley. 'Second Time Around' will take you to the neverending party sound of New Orleans, while 'Right Here Next To My Beer' keeps the kegs flowing at the house party, and 'Trainwreck' and 'Slow Your Motor Down' keep the dance floor at the local honkytonk packed.