I have kind of followed Marc Broussard froma distance for a awhile but he not an artist that I ever really considered one of my favorites. I love his song "Home" and also what songs I have hear from his last EP "Must Be The Water." So when I saw this record up on AOL to listen to for free I figured why not. After listening to it twice I decided to go get it. "Keeping Coming Back" is a southern record made by a southern boy, and I am not talking about southern rock. The first thing you notice about this record is the New Orleans, Louisana Bayou feel that permeates much of the album. From the jams to the mid-tempo numbers to the ballads you can feel it there in much of this album. I read on Wikipedia that Marc's father, Ted Broussard, is a Louisana Hall of Fame Guitarist and former member of The Boogey Kings, and you can really tell on this record that Marc grew up around this kind of music. And that is the feeling that I get when listening to this record, that Marc is playing the music he grew up listening to and learning from the guys that played it. And I don't mean as sort of kind retro vibe or as tribute to them, but that he is playing what comes naturally to him. This record covers the gamet from the funky to the bluesy to R&B to even some bluesy country (with guest vocals from LeAnn Rimes). I think it should also be stated that this guy has a great voice. He can sing next to LeAnn Rimes and not sound out classed. Instead he can match note for note and sound just as good. This record is enjoyable to listen to, and I promise you will find yourself bobbing your head while listening to it. It will also leave wanting to see Marc perform live. If you enjoy Dave Barnes, Matt Wertz, Gavin Degraw, or any artists like these, then check this one out.