The eminent and hirsute Steeltown reprobate, Lee Harvey Osmond - aka Tom Wilson, one of Three Rodeo Kings and that large, melodic growling man from the former Junkhouse - has released his third album, Beautiful Scars. Produced by Michael Timmins, it’s a sudden alive jolt in the middle of peril and uncertainty or a suspension of possibility that anything can happen next. Redolent with swooning horns and guitars that bob and weave, LHO’s hallmark voice is a comforting growl at the heart of a screaming world. Songs cover truncheon swings, haunting balladry, morose beauty and exotic fusion. It’s a dynamic footprint on Canada’s songscape, a deeply personal, but universally affecting, journey across the jagged line of scars and smoothness of skin that surrounds them.