High Road Crown

High Road Crown

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The band looks to the roots of Rock N Roll for a more stripped down sound, void of layered effects and studio trickery prevalent on modern rock radio. 70's rock, blues, bluegrass, even old-school country...its all in there, rolled into a big ball of feedback & served on the rocks.

Biography

With one foot planted solidly in the 70's & the other steadily inching more toward southern rock, High Road Crown's sound continually evolves. The band looks to the roots of Rock N Roll for a more stripped down sound, void of layered effects and studio trickery prevalent on modern rock radio. 70's rock, blues, bluegrass, even old-school country...its all in there, rolled into a big ball of feedback & served on the rocks. O'Brien applies harmonica to many of the band's tunes, adding another highlight to the outrageous live show, that he emphatically commands. The rhythm section (Muzz & BONG) recalls the days when drummers and bassists were well known, and well heard. Guitars, handled by Sears and Lovely, focus on riff rocking & melody, which define this guitar-driven band.

With over three years of shows under its belt, HRC is a seasoned Louisville-area band that is moving outward to spread the sound regionally. Capable of pulling off 2 hour sets, the band continually adds to a setlist that currently features over 25 original songs. Live performances have been described as follows;

"The atmosphere prior to a show parallels that of locking yourself into a roller coaster that's under construction and closed to the general public...As the band plugs in, situates the kit and checks the levels, the chain collects the cart and wrenches the audience upwards, rattling their seats...The remainder of the track's condition is uncertain, but if the smile on Heathen's face is any indication, rest assured that everyone is in for one hell of a ride...Nothing left to do but hold on, hope for the best, and enjoy the show."

Discography

• Untitled (2006)

• Altitude Via Luxury (2004)

• EP No.000001 (2002)

Set List

• Shuteye
• Something
• Trigger Finger
• Footstomp 2 for 1
• Buzzsaw
• Warcry
• Southern Border Disorder
• Willie's Wagon
• Betty Ford
• 127
• Layin' Back in This Here Canoe
• Super Lady Doll
• Kings Full of Ladies
• A Day of Rest
• Fat Lady
• A Toast