Tuesday, June 6, 2017

Hot Rod Hearse play a mix of Blues-Rock, Folk and Rockabilly

Hot Rod Hearse have the fever pretty bad. It’s caused by browsing thrift shops and apothecaries. It’s caused by devouring music and walking around in marshes. Their music is a mix of Blues Rock, Folk Rock and Rockabilly and they call their genre Thrift Shop Rock. They are based in the magical town of Wexford, Ireland.

Hot Rod Hearse will be releasing their first full album on the 14th of July 2017.

Their latest single, "Ballsbridge to Ballymun" was released on Paddy's Day 2017. They are playing some festivals over Ireland this summer, including the Free Fringe Festival in Leitrim and the Strawberry Roots Festival in Enniscorthy.

Their second single, "1973" was released in January 2017 and garnered some rave reviews. Their debut single, "There by the Road" was released in August 2016. Shortly thereafter, it was chosen as one of the Top 20 finalists in the Dublin City Rounders Alt-Country Song Contest. It has also received some very good reviews.

Hot Rod Hearse are :
Hotrod Suzi : Vocals, Washboard, Tambourine, Songwriting
Zeff Ryder : Vocals, Guitars, Bass, Songwriting

Marty's review: for a duo these guys put out a wall of sound that is tight, rhythmic and just plain hot! Suzi's vocals are sultry with raunch while Zeff's musical talents make him a very clever one-man band. The original songwriting cuts it up there with the finest as well. Grant them a listen, you will like what you here.

You can listen to and download their sounds here:

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