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Redneck Jedi

If it is the sound of Texas music that you are looking for, there is no need to look any further.
Take five guys, three of which are veterans and ask what kind of music do you play? The answer could catch you off guard. “It’s a country, rock, southern rock, blues sound,” said founding member Dennis Phillips formerly of the regional touring and Texas recording band Redneck Jedi. “We have such a diverse amount of music to draw from there is always something for everyone.”
Patriot Road performs cover music from all walks of the music genre, one minute they are performing Chris Stapleton, the next from Guns-n-Roses and they do them all with their own style and flair. “We love everything out today from Texas red dirt to the Nashville hits, if it has soul we listen to it,” said drummer Roy McCoy.
Drawing from the vast collection of music already recorded by Phillips with Redneck Jedi, Patriot Road has begun putting together the material for a new CD which fans are on the hunt for now but will have to wait until the end of November 2018.
“We have several songs that are in that infancy state, which is when they are the most fun to write,” said Kevin Gassen. “They need a chorus here, a bridge over there, but we are about to give our fans the first single in a month or so called “Back To Me.”
New on the music scene and a voice that captivates is Steve Peterson. Peterson comes from the 1990’s era of music from country to Pearl Jam and has a style that is all his own. Vocally, Patriot Road has got what it takes to hit the listener right between the eyes and keep that crowd intently interested regardless of the song, from cover to original.
Russel Morgan on bass brings you an “old school” groove. A huge fan of the early country music performed by the likes of Waylon Jennings and David Allen Coe, Morgan’s back beat gives Patriot Road the solid bass in which the music stands.
“It’s all in one band,” said Phillips. “Our influences are so vast it spreads all decades and genre’s of music. It is always a blast to take a song that one member loves and just let the band have at it. I have never been apart of any band that has had the ability to instantly turn a cover song into one of their own.”
The band itself after several festival shows over the last couple of months are hole up in a room in rehearsal for the new CD and single, but are ready to get on the road. “Let’s go get on the bus,” said Peterson, “I’m ready to get this party started and Texas may not be big enough, but I’m ready to find out.”