James Pace Band is a guitar driven Rock N’ Roll act with a shot of Blues, Funk, and Soul. The James Pace Band was born on the Asbury Park N.J. scene in the early 90’s out of clubs such as The Stone Pony, having performed with many blues legends such as Jeff Healey and many others for a brief period in the circuit.
A stop in the Philadelphia area led to LA Producer and Engineer, Ted Greenberg (2 Time Grammy Winner) playing drums, engineering, funding and producing the debut EP “King’s of Groove”.
Since 1996 in the Philadelphia area they delivered powerful performance to a strong crowd following. The band has a red thread sound that is rooted in blues with what the band calls a “Hendrix inspired groove from the 1970 Band of Gypsies era”.
In Review: Touch The Sky is a track of pure powerhouse sound, starting with a rambunctious intro and a rhythmic beat. The rocksteady sound pulls you in and has that sweet Wah Pedal muse that harkens back to the Rock & Roll heyday. The vocals shine throughout and the melody is nonstop beauty. Touch The Sky is a masterpiece and triumph.
The James Pace Band has toured with or opened for Jeff Healey, Los Lonely Boys, Chris Duarte, Savoy Brown, JD Simo, Philip Sayce, Anna Popovic, King’s X, Toot & the Maytals. The James Pace Band continues to secure National Opening slots at legendary venues in the northeast region.
James Pace Band’s new LP “The Sierra Madre Sessions” from which this new lead track “Touch the Sky” comes from includes the talents of Slash’s Snakepit Bassist Johnny Griparic and Walter Trout / Edgar Winter Drummer Michael Leasure and Peggy Blu on backup vocals (Bob Dylan).
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