Trying to figure out the best way to beat the Presidential Inauguration woes? Some folks will need a pick-me-up the following week. Well, music fans are in luck. Local New York City blues rock band, The National Reserve, will be performing at City Winery on Monday, January 23rd in support of The Band Of Heathens, who are celebrating their new album, ‘Duende.’ Listeners should take the time to celebrate and live it up while keeping their spirits alive with 2017 still in its infancy. A lot of magic is yet to be had and these musicians will be a helpful way to make it happen. If further convincing is needed, just take a read and a listen below for more of their musical goodness.
Both of these bands are sublime in their own sound and style. The National Reserve provide grinding blues-folk music with the ever-smooth wail of guitar pleasure a solid foundation all the way. A scratchy voice amid a organ’s echo is all that is needed to become even more curious about the crew. Welcome the tumultuous ache and enjoy their emotion where it truly shines.
As for Austin men of The Band of Heathens, they pave another original path. While they hold true a southern blues flair, there is a bounce in the music that has the casual listener intrigued immediately. The men are supremely cool with a glimmer of classic rock and roll infused. Wails in a psychedelic blues wave are cause for much musical enthusiasm. With intense focus and a sound that resonates, the musicians will be sure to keep listeners well entertained for many nights to come.
Here is the ticket link with more information, come and join the fun next week!