29 July 2017 ~ 2 Comments

Roadcase Royale: First Things First

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On September 22nd 2017, Roadcase Royale released their debut album!

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1. Get Loud
  2. Not Giving Up
  3. Hold On To My Hand
  4. Even It Up
  5. Cover Each Other
  6. The Dragon
  7. Insaniac
  8. These Dreams
  9. Mind Your Business (Live)
  10. Never Say Die
From Amazon:
Fronted by Nancy Wilson, co-founder of Heart, and former Prince collaborator Liv Warfield of New Power Generation, Roadcase Royale has a rich background in rock and R&B. Warfield, Wilson, and their bandmates bring decades of experience from the upper echelons of rock ‘n’ roll and R&B to Roadcase Royale, along with an intense sense of direction and drive. Joining Wilson and Warfield are New Power Generation lead guitarist Ryan Waters, and Heart veterans Dan Rothchild (bass), Ben Smith (drums) and Chris Joyner (keyboards). Each of these members shines in ROADCASE ROYALE, with their unique sensibilities creating the group’s passionate and driving rock and R&B sound. A guitar virtuoso from the age of 10, Nancy Wilson, and her sister Ann, led the multi-platinum rock group, Heart. Together they sold over 35 million records, and were inducted in the Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame in 2013. Nancy is revered as an ingenious guitar player, a gifted vocalist, and an accomplished composer.

From Loud and Proud Records

2 Responses to “Roadcase Royale: First Things First”

  1. Jona 13 August 2017 at 7:51 pm Permalink

    Are all tree huggers vegetarians?

    Checked out the turtle.
    At that point it was out of the water.

  2. Pro27 16 August 2017 at 2:40 pm Permalink

    Wednesday Wisdom anticipating Throwback Thursday and Flashback Friday.

    (I don’t know … someone out there started it… What a mouthful)


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