Dennis Ellsworth has been one of the busiest dudes in the region and on his newest solo album Dusk Dreams, he shows that his talent is being put to great use. Ellsworth, with the help of producer David Barbe, delivers a stunning record, using his strengths as a singer-songwriter and his background in roots and country music to craft a very memorable piece of art. The end result is arguably one of the best releases that will hail from Atlantic Canada this year; a world-class record delivered by a world-class talent.
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