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Righteous Hillbillies - Righteous Hillbillies (2008)

1-02-2015, 06:45
Music | Blues | Rock

Righteous Hillbillies - Righteous Hillbillies (2008)

Artist: Righteous Hillbillies
Title Of Album: Righteous Hillbillies
Year Of Release: 2008
Label: MoatzArt
Genre: Electric Blues, Southern Rock
Format: Mp3
Quality: 320 kbps
Total Time: 37:46 Min
Total Size: 100 Mb


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2. Cassie
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8. Jealous Man
9. Ooowee
10. Hillbilly Burlesque

Brent James - Lead vocal, rhythm guitar; Kev - Lead guitar, backing vocals; Jeff Bella - Bass guitar; Barret Harvey - Drums and Percussion.

The firepower of The Righteous Hillbillies blows out windows, conquers territories, foreign and domestic, and in the aftermath of the destruction, creates a new breed of rock ‘n’ roll fans. Their new album, Trece Diablos, proves beyond a shadow of a doubt that The Righteous Hillbillies are one of the toughest, purest, and rawest purveyors of Southern Rock. Formed in 2007, after an overwhelming response of enthusiasm from rock fans and fellow musicians to an improvisational, guest musical festival performance by longtime friends Brent James, who serves as the band’s lead singer, and Kev Wright – the lead guitarist– the Hillbillies have picked up steam and made heads turn. Popular Chicago radio host, Richard Milne, of WXRT, recently said before playing a dirty, swampy cut (“Hoodoo Voodoo”) from Trece Diablos, “Everytime I listen to these guys I hear, just enough of the Drive by Truckers in what they do, and could I pay a band a higher compliment than that? I can’t, actually!”

The Righteous Hillbillies self-titled debut album, released in 2008, earned them accolades far and wide from DJs and critics. It also set them ablaze on the live circuit, performing for rowdy crowds in a variety of venues. The live promotion culminated in a gig opening for legend Charlie Daniels. David Masciotra, author of Working On a Dream: The Progressive Political Vision of Bruce Springsteen and columnist with PopMatters, wrote of the show, “The Righteous Hillbillies reminded the audience that rock and roll is currently missing a few crucial elements, namely fun and danceability. The night clearly belonged to the Righteous Hillbillies.”

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