Gaslight Street | Let Me Go

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Let Me Go

by Gaslight Street

A throwback sound that blends soul, rock and blues like moonshine and honey.
Genre: Blues: Soul-Blues
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Album Notes
In early 2015, Gaslight Street stood at a familiar crossroads that every band comes to at one point or another. Their long time guitarist had left the band, and the quartet was reduced to three. They had a calendar full of dates, including a month long tour out to Colorado. They could have easily decided to stop and take a break, but Whitt Algar (keyboards/bass) decided he would simply combine his skills as bassist/keyboardist and keep the band rolling. He learned to play bass lines on the top organ while still playing the keys on the piano stacked underneath all in the matter of weeks. Stratton Moore (drums) and Campbell Brown (Guitar/Vocals) went to the woodshed with their band mate and forged a new sound. Soul, the backbone of their music, had become more prominent and Algar’s own songs were being introduced to the band. They continued their journey out west for a month long tour to Colorado and back. When they returned to their hometown a new band had been born.

The next two years the band spent touring and writing songs in what has culminated into it's first full length album as the trio. 2016 saw the band win the CPMA Blues Band of the Year and release “Two Years Gone”, the album they recorded in 2014 as the quartet. Touring has become more and more frequent and the band has discovered a cohesiveness from both the road and the stage they have performed on. In the Summer and Fall of 2017 they recorded new tracks at Fairweather Studio (Folly Beach, SC) with the talented Omar Colon (Owner/Engineer). Colon and Brown, along with Matthew Garber (B-Side Mastering) have put the final touches on the project which will be released in August of 2018. The band is also set to release it's first single, “Let Me Go”, on April 10.



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