Grammy Award winners The Kentucky Headhunters take the country rock up a notch with a smattering of ZZ Topesque blues thrown in just for fun.
Greg Martin (Guitar, Vocals), Fred Young (Drums, Vocals), Doug Phelps(Vocals, Bass) and Richard Young (Vocals, Guitar) have the gnarled appearance and sound of a band who've been round a few blocks learning their craft along the pot-holed way.
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As usual Todd Ogren-Brooks played like a demented man on the keyboards, really adding an extra layer of groove to the vibe.
Half way through the set we had Where I’ve Been, a slower, more personal song from the band, which always makes me cry like a child and Face of Light which is about Jay’s son when he was small and we had an insight from Jay into the struggle that faces many bands who have young children and want to carry on with their musical career.
He has a beautiful, soulful voice that exudes passion and intensity and if you happen to be a lady in the front row and he fixes you with his gorgeous eyes then it is a very powerful connection.They went down a storm, with beautiful riffs and licks from Scott Holiday, supported by stunning bass playing from Dave Beste and Jay Buchanans spectacular vocals.From here we went back to usual territory of Electric Man, Secret and Pressure and Time.They tinker around with their songs, changing the introduction or tempo but then allow the crowd to join up the dots and plunge head first into the wall and waves of sound that hit you like a battering ram.It is rock and roll for grown-ups, thinking people, people who love and give their love out, it makes the world feel like a better place to be.