Feeling like a proud papa!! Two of my clients were in Rolling Stone Magazine today!! Huge congrats to Colter Wall and Black Mountain Whiskey Rebellion. Celebration time gents
Colter Walls Interview:
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Back in the day, before it was pruned, the genre was called “Country and Western music.” But cowboy songs and border narratives have always been essential to its roots. Not to mention sartorial sense. Colter Wall actually hails from Saskatchewan, in Western Canada. With production help from period-conjurer Dave Cobb, he soaks his mighty baritone in reverb to reclaim a style once hugely popular — think Marty Robbins’ “El Paso” and Gene Autry’s “Ghost Riders in the Sky” — but has largely been left behind for vultures.
Black Mountain Whiskey Rebellion Interview
This small sample of the interview is taken from Rolling Stone. Click here to read the rest of the write-up.
Since dropping their debut single “Holy Smoke” on April 20th, Black Mountain Whiskey Rebellion have racked up more than 100k streams on Spotify, thanks to exposure on its popular Country Rocks playlist. The band plans to keep its streaming profile stocked with new music, with a debut album to follow on vinyl in late 2018. “Things ain’t always what they seem to be,” sings Clayton Bellamy on “Holy Smoke.” The song centers on snake-oil tent evangelists whose real calling isn’t the Bible but the buddha, as Cypress Hill would say. Co-songwriter Merrett’s interest in exploring tales of moonshine-runners and “how the history of North America came to be, [or] more of the underbelly of it,” inspired him.