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Watch the exclusive premiere of Sol Driven Train’s official video for “Watermelon.” The clip was shot on a hot summer day at a farm on James Island, SC.
About Sol Driven Train
Sol Driven Train is a 5-headed musical monster emerging from the swampy South Carolina Lowcountry. Generally seen at night in clubs and bars around the Carolinas, it can be identified by its distinctive call: a blend of fiery world-beat, southern funk, and melodic rock. Listeners Beware!! Several researchers attempting to study the Train have succumb to its hypnotic call and found themselves twitching and gesticulating uncontrollably on the dance floor. Reports of punchy horns, three part vocal harmonies, and a slamming rhythm section are common. Often mistaken in the field for the genus Jamus bandus, the careful observer will note an emphasis on songs and lyrical message that separates Sol Driven Train from the herd. Though phylogeny is still unclear at this time, some have suggested evolutionary descent from groups such as Paul Simon, Little Feat, The Band, Buena Vista Social Club, Stevie Wonder, and Bob Marley and the Wailers.
Tedeschi Trucks Band expanded their 2020 winter tour with two concerts scheduled for February.
Nathaniel Rateliff will hit the road for a solo tour this March will more 2020 dates and a solo album to come.
Joe Russo’s Almost Dead confirmed 16 new 2020 tour dates spanning March through September with the promise of more to come.
Andrew Bruss caught Tool’s concert last week at TD Garden in Boston, check out his review and photos from the show.
The Avett Brothers confirmed details of their 2020 three-night stand at the iconic Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, Colorado.