Everyone has something they believe in and sure Christian Country singer-songwriter Jim Huddleston shares what he believes thus his faith in the new song titled “I’ll Be Gone.”
Jim’s “I’ll Be Gone” is a powerful and moving Christian country/gospel song in which he sings with a great deal of emotion about his faith. Huddleston wrote the song’s lyrics and they are about his personal experiences and his religion. The message Jim sent through this song is simple and understandable; his father has many mansions therefore and He has prepared a place for him so when his journey through this pilgrim land is over, he will be gone. In times of difficulty, it serves as a reminder of the enduring fortitude of the American spirit and underlines the necessity of faith in people’s lives.
“I’ll Be Gone” is the first track to be published off Jim’s upcoming extended play (EP) titled “Outlaw Gospel,” which is slated to be released on December 8th through MTS Records.
I am impressed with the way in which the banjos and guitars were utilized to produce the bluegrass sound that is present in the song. The way in which all of the instruments flowed together was incredible, and I was particularly impressed by how nicely it harmonized with Jim’s singing.
Also, Jim’s vocal range was absolutely incredible; despite the fact that the beat or instrumentation is fast-paced, he was able to flow effortlessly; he did not simply flow, but he also conveyed a powerful message with his lyrics. The way that he tuned throughout the song is one of the aspects that I appreciate the most about it.