|Release Type||New Release|
|Mastering Studio||Tone And Volume Mastering|
|Mastering Engineer||Dan Shike|
|Pressing Location||Memphis Record Pressing|
|Jacket Style||Direct To Board|
In August of 2016, Cody Jinks experienced one of the rarest things an independent artist releasing their music on their own can experience: He gatecrashed the Top Country Albums Billboard chart, coming in at No. 4, ultimately selling 70,000 copies of his fifth LP, ‘I’m Not The Devil.’ Jinks’ success seemed overnight — he seemingly came from nowhere to slot in alongside commercial juggernauts — but he had been grinding it out as a small barroom touring artist for close to a decade, putting out outlaw country records soaked in whiskey and regret to a rabid, but growing, audience. In the post-Stapleton world — where songcraft and being your own self has opened a lane of varying levels of success for artists ranging from Jason Isbell and Sturgill Simpson to Margo Price and Tyler Childers — ...