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The Georgia Thunderbolts’ debut album features their scorching signature style steeped in soulful southern swagger, blistering blues, and raw rock.
The Robert Randolph Foundation is the brainchild of celebrated bandleader/pedal steel guitarist Robert Randolph. Through the power of community, education, music and arts, the Robert Randolph Foundation is creating better possibilities for brighter futures.
Recorded largely at Sam Phillips Recording Studio, Memphis – with the remaining at their studio in Indiana – this Memphis vibe has seeped into ‘Heavy Shoes,’ out August 13 via Mascot Records
The song is featured on ‘Afflatus,’ The Polyphonic Spree’s new covers album, out now. The band is currently at work on a new, full-length original album, slated for release this fall.
‘All. Right. Now.’ is out June 4th via SideOneDummy
“My new album really shows how I’ve grown over these last few years as an artist and as a human being. I feel like I’m finally stepping into new territory as a songwriter and discovering my sound a lot more.” – Quinn Sullivan
“I had written ‘Hard Times’ in December of 2019 right before the world kind of collapsed,” said Tapp. “The song is about the feeling when you just can’t get on your feet no matter how you try.”
“First, I’m a big fan of Buddy Miles. I like the groove and the line you can dance to the rhythm of a funky beat! With a strong message, it talks about peace, love and harmony – something we all need today. This song was originally released 47 years ago by Buddy Miles in 1973 on his album ‘Boogie Bear.’ ” – Tony Hall
Watch the lyric video for “Fire It Up”
Watch the lyric video for “Far Away”