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IndiePulse Reviews “Bring It On Home” by The Head Honchos

Bring It on Home, Available on Grooveyard Records

Bring It On Home, the new album by The Head Honchos is a fully produced masterpiece by Indiana’s own Father and Son team of Rocco Sr. and Rocco Jr. Calipari, Blues / Rock Artists of merit in the local and national music scene. Rocco Sr. is well known for his work with the Chicago music world and his time with Blues band Howard And The White Boys, while his son, Rocco Jr., has been dubbed an “Axe-Slinger” whom has taken what his father has taught him and added his own flair to it, making the sound his own.


Bring It On Home is 13 tracks of solid Blues Mastery, with both a classical and modern “Rock & Roll” feel to a well-honed example of Master Class Music, to be loved and enjoyed, with performance skills envied by many. The bands powerhouse groove is led by dual guitar sound that rips open the silence, chord progressions and rhythms that sink deep and lock you in.


The immense power behind the vocals, joined with Guitar and Bass that hake the walls built on perfect percussion, this is ROCK that is not just heard, or experienced, but lived in every moment of every day. This is proved with the track “Not For Me” that awakens the blood, reminiscent of late 60’s / early 70’s R&B, it is full and rich, sounding like a orchestra or many.

We will examine and highlight the best tracks, though there are many, a few stand out as key pieces of musical prowess and sheer Genius, “Not For Me”, “Work”, “Mean Old World”, “Fire On The Bayou”, “Whiskey Devil” and “Soul Free” are stand up and stand out tracks, songs that I feel channel the inspirations of the greats of our past, riffs inspired by the greats, insuring the legacy of R&B forever.

The Head Honchos brings to both the live music scene and recording experience music with intense body moving rhythms and emotionally charged guitar expressions. Grounded on the foundations of American blues, rock, soul, and funk, The Head Honchos launch every tune with an irresistible invitation to kick back, let go, and enthusiastically enjoy.

The Calipari’s “Detroit Schooled” vocals will leave no doubt of the unapologetic American Blues Identity and an artistic celebration, The Head Honchos introduce great music to an appreciative audience.

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About Joseph Timmons (9928 Articles)
I am the Father of 5 and a "Would Be Philosopher of Idiocy" - Author and Writer for several Blogs and Online Magazine. Review Journalist, Musician and Audio Buff. Follow Me and I'm Sure to Entertain.

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