Robert Jon & The Wreck – Video of The Week
Robert Jon & The Wreck hail from southern California. They’ve also have been showing everyone that hears them, that even nowadays, southern rock is alive and well. Based in Orange County, CA with a vibe straight out of the south, the band is blazing a path into 2021 with a new album and international tour. Furthermore, they’re gaining a huge following along the way. What makes this band special besides, they sing with heart and honesty. With their rich harmonies and funky musicality
Even more, his quintet began their musical journey together in February 2011. Within 6 months the band not only embarks on a coast-to-coast national tour, but also releasing their first album, “Fire Started”. This just proves how dedicated this band is when it comes to touring and playing. Needless to say, “Fire Started” is definitely a launching point to bigger and better things! It’s that good! With their jam band sensibilities and skilled playing, their instrumental tracks are just as good as their tracks with vocals.
Check out Witchcraft below which will have you grooving in no time. If this isn’t enough to make you want to check them out even more, then know that these guys are becoming true road dogs when it comes to being a band. But they’ve also shared the stage with the likes of Joe Bonamassa, Sturgill Simpson, and Peter Frampton. But still, they hold their own when it comes to playing.
Keeping The Blues Alive at Sea Mediterranean Blues Cruise
For those of you that went on the 2019 Keeping The Blues Alive at Sea Mediterranean Blues Cruise. Alongside greats Joe Bonamassa, Peter Frampton, Eric Gales, Robert Randolph & The Family Band and more. You probably saw their performance as well as seeing them hanging out throughout the cruise.
The guys already have major plans for 2021, currently writing their 6th studio album (title pending). Along with plans for multiple European excursions, including festival performances at Bospop in the Netherlands, a full UK tour, and Australian and Japanese tours in the works, the band is also working tirelessly coming up with new merchandise and other goodies at their online store, and keeping their fans in-the-know and Getting Wrecked through their weekly podcast, “The Wreck Podcast” and email list giveaways. So, you have no excuse to not check them out! Enjoy!
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