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Single Review : Robert Jon & The Wreck – ‘Everyday’

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Review by Paul Monkhouse for MPM

With the class and song writing chops that echo giants like The Eagles and Fleetwood Mac, Robert Jon & The Wreck show that good, honest musicianship and great tunes well played will never go out of style.

With new album ‘Shine A Light On Me Brother’ building on the stellar 2020 release ‘Last Light On The Highway’, the band have further refined their sound, amping up the bluesy Southern Rock and adding extra soul and this new single gives a tasty peek into their world.

Everyday’ has the sort of feelgood vibe that was meant for Summer days, barbeques and beers with friends, pouring in some Stax style swing into their Allmans influenced rootsy rock.

The moment it comes bouncing from the speakers, the party starts and it’s impossible not to smile and dance, Robert Jon Burrison’s rich, bourbon smoked vocals instantly warming hearts and by the time that Henry James solo hits you’re happily all-in to the feeling.

Without doubt, ‘Everyday’ will turn you into a believer as you’re welcomed into the family. Authentic, anthemic, uplifting and blazing with honest to goodness talent that’s streets ahead of anyone else in the field. .

Right now you can buy the CD, Vinyl and combo packages from our website www.robertjonandthewreck.com

Find out more and #getwrecked at www.robertjonandthewreck.com / Instagram.com/robertjonandthewreck

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