Rock Hill, SC (August 28, 2018) – Revelry Soul, a 4-piece Soul Rock, Alternative, Blues band announces the digital release of their debut EP Bad Sign, September 7, 2018. The band is celebrating the release with a ticketed show at the historic Sylvia Theater in York, SC on September 29, 2018.
Three years in the making, Bad Sign features seven original songs written by band members Gary Baker Jr.(drums), Josh Hamilton (vocals), Mitch Kelley (guitar) and Ben Smyth (bass). The band members all grew up in the Charlotte area and attended York Technical College in Rock Hill, SC. All sharing a deep love of music they began playing live cover music and writing originals during practices. In 2017, they had a major break in opening for headliner Michael Tracy, where they filmed three of their first original songs.
“This was a major break for us,” says band leader Baker Jr. “We were able to produce the original songs from those shows and really grab people’s attention.” According to Baker, audiences have grown ever since.
The band chose to record at East Avalon Recorders in Muscle Shoals, Alabama, an area known for many famous acts such as Paul Simon, Aretha Franklin and the Rolling Stones. Industry veterans, Charles Hollonman (engineer, producer, mixer), Don Srygley (mastered) and Mark Narmore (accompany keys) all contributed to the production of the EP.
“We chose to go to a place we knew would produce the sound we were looking for in our first works,” says lead vocalist Hamilton. “We are extremely happy with this debut EP.”
The band is performing an EP release show at the iconic Sylvia Theater in York, SC. The show will be Saturday, September 29 with doors opening at 9 PM. Tickets are available on the band’s Facebook page as well as the Sylvia Theater web site.
2 thoughts on “Revelry Soul Announces Debut EP Bad Sign, Recorded in Muscle Shoals, Release Show at Historic Sylvia Theater”
Very excited for Revelry Soul. They are extremely dedicated and passionate about the music they produce. They have really worked hard!
They are great musicians and best of all they are great people doing what they love! Look forward to their journey!