“If Rock ‘n’ Roll is to be saved, or even needs saving, bands like this will lead the way…The band comes across as if they were spoon fed classic guitar rock since the day they were born, and the beauty is that they are 100% real – nothing slick, nothing corporate about them…organic…Yup, this is… Read more »
The faces of The Temperance Movement may look familiar. Prior to forming their own band, the members played with many big-name acts, such as Deep Purple, Jamiroquai, Ray Davies, The Waterboys, Jack Bruce and James Brown. Since 2011, the band, based out of London and Glasgow, UK have been jamming together, releasing an EP Pride… Read more »
If ever rock n’ roll needed saving, now is the time. The last decade and a half has spawned many imitators, primadonnas, and hacks that have had the inability to provide the public with decent rock n’ roll. Sure there have been acts that have been worthy of a listen, but none that truly make… Read more »
Some music is too powerful to ignore. For proof, please meet WHITE BEAR, the raucous new rock ‘n roll animal from THE TEMPERANCE MOVEMENT (vocalist Phil Campbell, bassist Nick Fyffe, guitarists Paul Sayer and Matt White, drummer Damon Wilson). The band’s second album, WHITE BEAR is set for release July 15th, 2016 via Fantasy Records…. Read more »
“A potent force in British rock music has arrived,” proclaimed MOJO, and well, yes it has. Driven by the gritty, soulful vocals of Phil Campbell, the mastery of guitarists Paul Sayer and Luke Potashnick and a powerhouse of a rhythm section delivered by Nick Fyffe on bass and Damon Wilson on drums, THE TEMPERANCE MOVEMENT… Read more »
On Feburary 18th The Temperance Movement started out their first ever U.S. tour in Nashville, Tennessee opening up for Blackberry Smoke. The UK-based band, known over the pond for their bluesy brand of unadulterated rock n’ roll is fast becoming known for electrifying live shows. Fast forward a few months to April 25th in Orlando,… Read more »
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Imagine if you will that you’re stranded on a small desert island with a palm tree for company and plenty of sand granules which get everywhere. You inhabit this small piece of land surrounded by the sea for many weeks without noticing that there is a working radio that could help you get a message… Read more »