Something You Love, an album highlight also ticks the boxes that make the blue collar men nob and sob into their beers as he sings about running into an old friend, swapping stories, having a few drinks etc… The company has closed he finds out, budget cuts and setbacks so it’s time to get out there and do… something you love! Springsteen would be proud!
It’s a wonderful collection of anecdotal tracks that provide just enough grit to appease your classic rock fans and more than enough Americana to placate those that miss the sounds of the late great Tom Petty.
A master class in Southern Blues-Rock. Released by: Taller Records Release Date: November 1, 2018 Genre: Southern Rock, Americana, Blues-rock Links: www.facebook.com/RedfernHutchinsonRoss Line Up: Troy Redfern: Guitar & vocal Jack Hutchinson: Guitar & Vocal Mike Ross: Guitar & Vocal Darren Lee: Drums Jack Browning: Bass Tracklist: She Painted The Moon (Ross) Rapture (Hutchinson) Home On Judgement Day […]
Black Stone Cherry, Shinedown and Halestorm, bring the Carnival of Madness to the UK and a packed Wembley Arena.
After being formed in Nashville back in 2013 the band released their debut album in 2014. Them Vibes is ready to make their big break worldwide with their follow-up album TV. This album is actually a mini-album.
We have a fantastic singer called Kevin Sekhani who delivers his debut CD entitled: “Day Ain’t Done”. However, this Austin based musician has already done a lot in the past, including being a member of the successful band “The Mercy Brothers”.
And actually the whole CD shows these different styles of traditional American sounds (Blues meets Country meets Bluegrass Rock) and the natural way of Duffy’s voice (both raw and clean) is perfectly suitable to fit these various music styles and make it a pleasure to listen to the album from start to finish. Duffy is a huge talent, who could easily be on a major label and let’s just hope this Dead man walkin’ will be his breakthrough record
Before you gulp though, fear not, the songwriting here is still all class and to put it simply, if all modern radio rock was created with as much care and skill as this then the music landscape in general would be a much better place…