Shoulda Woulda Coulda

Shoulda Woulda Coulda

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Shoulda Woulda Coulda is composed of veterans of the Atlanta rock scene, each possessing a unique musical style derived from past bands and diverse influences. The result is a unique sound that is hard to definitively categorize – songs range from blues/rock to rockabilly to funk.

Biography

Shoulda Woulda Coulda is composed of veterans of the Atlanta rock scene, each possessing a unique musical style derived from past bands and diverse influences. The result is a unique sound that is hard to definitively categorize – songs range from blues/rock to rockabilly to funk, with other elements mixed in for good measure. In essence, we play original, catchy songs that fuse our unique musical backgrounds, and we cover some of the great songs that influenced us along the way.

We recently finished recording the “Relatively Painless” sessions at Nickel and Dime studios – a storied venue which has hosted such acts as the B-52’s, The Indigo Girls, Sister Hazel, Shawn Mullins, and Third Day. The demo was mastered by Rodney Mills, a legendary engineer and producer that has worked with such acts as Greg Allman, George Clinton, 38 Special, Lynyrd Skynyrd, The Doobie Brothers, Sheryl Crow, Journey, Pearl Jam, Stone Temple Pilots, and others.

Discography

"Relatively Painless" - Our CD recorded at Nickel and Dime Studios in 2007.

Set List

We have ten originals and seven covers in our set list. Our sets are typically one and a half hours long. Please see below for a typical set list:

Originals:
Another One Gone
Chasing Shadows
Got No Girl
Here We Are
The Watcher
Writing on the Wall
Shady Lady
Sweet Charity

Covers:
Tightrope - Stevie Ray Vaughn
I'm Tore Down - Eric Clapton
Whipping Post - Allman Brothers
Feeling Alright - Joe Cocker
Money Talks - J.J. Cale
Fool In the Rain - Led Zeppelin
Walk Away - Joe Walsh