“Easy Access“, the powerful and hard rocking release by The Drug Store Gypsies has set the scene on fire and no sign of it ever burning out, with a straight out of the history of rock foundation and a modern approach to performance, the band has come forward to make a name and take the stage.
The Drug Store Gypsies have amassed a huge and loyal following and yet has a true and humble view, they work hard, play harder and want everyone to really enjoy their music and enjoy life, the band has recorded an album that just makes you move and want to swing from the rafters. Not to be considered a theme band or a one shot wonder, their album runs the gambit of tracks that have a place in your heart, from the Rock and Roll / Blues inspired songs like “Never Settle” and “The Rapture” to slow and sweet ballad tracks, for example, the track “The End Of The Show” which is insightful and melodic and could be the game changer in modern music.
I could go on about how, I feel, they are destined for the world stage, but it would be far better that you experience their music for yourself, their music is available to stream on Spotify and through major music outlets, but if you get a chance to score the album, put it on, turn it up and experience some real good music for a real good life.
About The Drugstore Gypsies
The Drugstore Gypsies have come a long way since their conception in early 2014 and the addictively good times they provide audiences with their unapologetic, high-energy Southern rock sound hasn’t changed a bit. In fact, the good times have only just begun.
Their 2017 debut opened a ton of doors for The Drugstore Gypsies. In addition to the Rolling Stone piece, and the band has had two different singles added to the Official Texas Red Dirt playlist curated by Spotify’s John Marks. Texas radio spun both their radio singles into lofty chart positions and Sirius/XM’s The Highway played their second single “Breakin The Law” extensively.
“The goal is to give rise and resurrection to a form of music that is seemingly lost in today’s day and age. Give life once more to the timeless sounds of great eras past.” exclaims lead singer and frontman, Duke Ryan. It’s the essence of the band’s sound and persona. They take their audiences to a place where for two hours they completely forget about the stresses of their lives outside the venue.
This is exemplified in the Gypsies new record “Easy Access.” Fresh out of Edgewater Studios teaming up once again with producer Derek Hames and mix engineer John Shelton, the new record is the logical extension of a band that pushes the limits.
Energetic tunes like “Lady of The Night” and “The Rapture” make one reminisce on one of the greatest American rock bands of all time in Aerosmith, while the combination of John Wilson’s saloon-worthy piano and powerfully driven Hammond organ light up the listener in Southern-themed “Take It From Me.”
The band has played hundreds of dates over its first few years of existence, touring across multiple regions, including Texas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, Mississippi, Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Tennessee, New Mexico, Arizona, Colorado, and Utah. They’ve shared the stage with luminaries like Whiskey Myers, Reckless Kelly, Band of Heathens, Aaron Lewis, Gary Allen, William Clark Green, Shinyribs, Pat Green, The Steel Woods, Stoney LaRue, Kevin Fowler, Roger Creager, Cameran Nelson, Dalton Domino, Flatland Cavalry, Bri Bagwell, Midnight River Choir, and others.
The Drugstore Gypsies have come to bring real Rock and Roll back to the stages of America and they are doing it Texas style, Go Big, Or Go Home! Their new album is 100% rock all the way through.
This is flat out party rock music like no other.
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