“Uh Oh Rock & Roll” is a song I also had to include because the band does a great job summoning Led Zeppelin and I really enjoy this track. I don’t usually include this many songs in my emails, but in this case for these guys I have to make some exceptions.
“Brave Man’s Death”– this version is from the Brooklyn Bowl and isn’t shot as well and is not as powerful as the Austin City Limits performance, but it’s still a great live song that I wanted to share.
“Heavy Bells” is the lead track from their most recent LP “Essential Tremors”. This is not a live clip, but this is a great live song. This is one of the strongest tracks from “Essential Tremors”.
The Gibson Les Paul is a very popular guitar amongst musicians. It has been on the market for over 60 years and used by so many iconic guitar players, such as Jimmy Page, Pete Townshend, Eric Clapton, Slash, Izzy Stradlin, Keith Urban, Muddy Waters and so many more musicians. But what is truly iconic is […]
“Don’t Break The Needle” is the lead-off track on their S/T album and a better song from the band. This is captured from a performance at the Newport Music Hall in Ohio.
“Take It As It Comes” is an outtake from their Austin City Limits performance. It’s not one of their best songs (those weren’t outtakes), but even as an average JRWATB track you can get an idea of their live performance. This is a more subdued number from them, remember they make James Brown look lazy.
J Roddy Walston And The Business formed 13 years ago in Tennessee but relocated to Baltimore two years later. The four piece band plays a Southern rock/Americana style of music that you don’t hear much of these days. These guys are known for their live shows, and I can totally understand why after seeing them […]