Country, Country Rock, Southern Rock, Kentucky Soul
Behind the hard driving, raw and rhythmic music of the band lies the heart and soul of the true Kentucky spirit. It is prevalent in songs that cut straight through to the average, everyday person. Although the band is true to their own no holds barred style, they have been heavily influenced by such greats as Lynyrd Skynyrd, Marshall Tucker and Bob Seger, with the story telling of Johnny Cash and the vocal growl of Bob Dylan.
After the release of their first album “Rockin’ the Road” in 2006 with HUBA Records and their second album “Long Hard Road,” in 2009 they garnered a good rotation of radio play. Their fans begged for more, so the band released their third album “Evolution” on March 15, 2011. Both “Long Hard Road” and “Evolution” were recorded and produced by Randy Hayes of J.D. Crow, Keith Whitley, Lori Morgan and Tanya Tucker fame. In addition to releasing three all original albums the band has also released two professional music videos filmed in Nashville by 371 Digital Films, with signing of their first record deal in 2011 with Visionway Records Nashville.
The Kentucky Blue Collar Band formed in the foothills of Eastern Kentucky in early 2004 and have found a way to stay true to the music by returning to the all important story line while still maintaining the musical quality of today’s popular songs. The band’s stage show is energetic and action packed from start to finish and matched by none. Deidra Hall of 92.9 the Bear said, “Their show should not be missed.” Geno De Lora, of the Rebel Rock Show in UK England says, “It’s like they had a head on collision with the Marshall Tucker Band and wow!”
The band has now been playing their own style of music music together for over 7 years while bringing many different influences and styles to their sound to create the perfect blend - a little Blues, a little Rock and a Southern Country Boy attitude round out the sound and dynamics of the Kentucky Blue Collar Band.
Featured in Nashville Music Guide, Music Entertainment Magazine, Richmond Life Magazine, The Licking Valley Courier, Lexington Herald Leader , Ashland Daily Independent, hosstheboss.com and many more!
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