The Gracious Few

Written by on August 5, 2010 in August 5, 2010, Music Reviews - 1 Comment

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Gracious FewEvery once in a blue moon there comes a rock and roll band that breathes new life in a music scene that has all become all show and no substance. A band that wears theirs hearts on their sleeves and serves up rock and roll music the way it’s supposed to be served up. Straight from the heart with attitude, passion and energy that is guaranteed to, put it simply, rock your asses off! Ladies and gents let me introduce you to The Gracious Few.

The band is fueled and powered by guitarist Chad Taylor, bassist Patrick Dahlheimer and drummer Chad Gracey from the band Live, along with lead vocalist Kevin Martin and guitarist Sean Hennesy from the band Candlebox.

What these “Gracious Few” have created is an rock and roll album that is destined to be a classic. Good music is hard to come across and these gentlemen hit the nail on the head. With an influences that range from Led Zeppelin, AC/DC, Black Sabbath and the Rolling Stones, it’s hard to go wrong. As is evident on tracks like, “Appetite” loaded with its Led Zep vibe that would make John Bonham proud. Then there is the lead off single, “Honest Man”, a song dedicated to all the hard working people of the world. While tracks like, “What’s Wrong” and “Crying Time”, show that even when the boys downshift they still can make the hair on your arms stand up. Honestly, there is something for everyone. Rock out with your parents, your younger siblings, and, hell, try it on your aunts, uncles, grandparents! This debut outing by The Gracious Few should be, wait, will be, owned by every rock fan in the world. Its great guitar riffs, amazing vocalist, and rock on attitude will inspire millions. Are you ready?!

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