Tony Ingerson has a complete grasp of what makes blue-collar country music great. On “In It,” his powerful XXL vocal cords bleed country music with raspy, chesty authenticity. The song doesn’t have a great hook—it’s not a single—but it is sturdily built and gives the artist plenty to work with. Interestingly, on “Old Flame” (“can’t seem to blow out my old flame”) and on the touching ballad “Good Enough,” Ingerson’s tone is surprisingly different, imbuing the songs with a standard, less distinctive country tenor. Though we don’t exactly hear a hit song among this artist’s wares, these radio-quality recordings show a likeable artist who’s working at a high level.