Single Review: Nied’s Hotel Band “Sacred Land”
The need to bring a bit of hope and positivity has also moved the members of Nied’s Hotel Band. The Pittsburgh, PA band led by John Vento has joined the avalanche of artists trying to rescue patriotic and humanitarian sentiment in American society. This effort has been represented with their recent production “Sacred Land.” The single was released on August 21st with the aim of helping the American working class that has been strongly affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
“Sacred Land” defends the musical bases of the band, especially the fusion between Rock, Country and Americana styles. The musical arrangement has a perfectly balanced structure with the simple and energetic plot of the song’s lyrics. The single reveals an emotional family history based on the patriotic sentiment that the band intends to emanate from today’s society.
The song demonstrates the commitment of John Vento & Nied’s Hotel Band to their audience and nation. The idea of John Vento (lead) and Tim Hadley (guitarist and co-writer) to perform this version of the original song by Stephen Christopher (founding guitarist) was very accurate. “Sacred Land” promises to be well received by fans of the band and music style.
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