"Aided by a remarkable group of compadres, Billy Prine sings and shines from the inside out. Billy claims the young man, old man blues, but unlike many things in the world, he keeps getting better."
- Peter Cooper (author and songwriter), Nashville
"Making A Scene" Magazine's review of Billy's album
#1 Hot Wax Album Reviews Podcast with John "The Rock Doctor" Kereiff - July 2020
"An E.P. from the late John Prine’s brother. Country, folky and bluesy, the songs are stark and emotional, as you expect they might be in the shadow of John’s death from Covid-19 earlier this year. It sounds like a really well made Kris Kristofferson record."
Review from Nashville Scene (7/23/20)
Billy Prine, who is the youngest of the late John Prine’s three brothers, makes a strong comeback on his EP A Place I Used to Know, his first collection in seven years. He does fine with John’s “Paradise” and “If You Don’t Want My Love,” but the record peaks with the Who-meets-Americana rocker “Young Man Old Man Blues.”
Billy Prine wrote it in 1980 after hearing ELO’s 1979 hit “Don’t Bring Me Down,” which proves that inspiration often comes from unexpected places. Michael Dinallo’s production style suits Prine’s gruff, slightly fogged-in voice, and A Place suggests Prine could shine as a flat-out rocker in an Americana mode. - Edd Hurt
American Songwriter Magazine wrote a fantastic feature article on Billy's new album.
Click below to read the article and watch the video premiere of "If You Don't Want My Love" co-written by Billy's brother John Prine and Phil Spector. Recorded live at Dee's Country Cocktail Lounge in Madison, Tennessee.