Review: Andy Griggs, “Tattoo Rose”

Building an entire song around trying to get a girl to show you her tattoo?   It wasn’t a great conceit for a song when Gibson/Miller Band did it more than a decade ago, and it isn’t any better when Andy Griggs takes a shot at it.   “Mason-Dixon tan line” is supposed to be the clever play on words that powers the chorus, but it simply doesn’t work.

Grade: C-

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2 Responses to Review: Andy Griggs, “Tattoo Rose”

  1. kaylaNo Gravatar

    I totaly disagree i think the song is great

  2. Stephen H.No Gravatar

    So did radio, and that’s why they’ve embraced it wholeheartedly in the six months since this review, making it a huge hit.

    Oh, wait.