The Georgia Flood – Arlene’s Grocery – Oct 24th 2017

The Georgia Flood
Arlene’s Grocery
Oct 24th 2017

Last night The Music Matters had one of the great nights in this blogger’s history. Music curator/promoter Pamnation advised us on these up and coming rockers from #Atlanta earlier this year. #Thegeorgiaflood are Brooks Mason (lead guitar/vocals), Lane Kelly (bass/vocals), Damian Navarro (drums) and Gavin Deleshaw-(lead guitar). What these young men do is take various genres such as Blues/Rock etc and create their own unique driving harmonious groove. This can be evidenced in songs such as Take A Hit (their latest), The Race, and our current favorite Whistle King. A full house heard these and more at #arlenesgrocery in #NYC. This band of up and coming showmen showed us lots of maturity in the timing and execution of their songs as well as their stage presence. #industryprofessionals#takenotice as inside information tells me their soon to be released recordings are very strong and the band is weighing options. We will be keeping a close eye on these #risingstars and wish them much #futuresuccess

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I'm a music passionista (Yes that's a word, if not it should be)first then musician (bass guitarista ). This site is to encourage people to seek and enjoy recorded and live music. I work from the positive so, this is more informative and documentary than critical. None of the comments have been solicited nor compensation made for by the artists or other entities. Everything is from the heart. Feel free to comment, contact and of course suggest.

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