West Texas Original Country band Brandon Adams and The Sad Bastards lights a fuse today, March 14, with the official release to radio of the first single, “Radiate,” from its self-titled debut album — an original love-conquerors-all love song that speeds along in tempo and lyric, rocks with guitars and drums, and hums with country fiddle. “Brandon Adams has been lighting up the request lines in Lubbock for over a year now,” says Jess Walker, station manager of True Country 105.3 KJDL.
‘Radiate’ is a crowd and listener favorite and will absolutely get your listeners calling in!” The band — Brandon Adams on vocals, guitar; Shad Daugherty on rhythm and lead guitar, lap steel, bass; JP Downey on fiddle, harmony vocals; Zack Davis on drums; and Josh Bradenburg on bass, harmony vocals — applies its own brand of rock TNT to classic country themes and vibe: full sound, great playing, smart and seasoned lyrics. “Radiate” is just one track on BRANDON ADAMS AND THE SAD BASTARDS (Melodic Undertone; Jan. 18, 2011), recorded at Mount Vernon Studios in Lubbock. Production credits include producer-mixer-engineer Bill Kramer, engineer Jon Taylor; it was mastered by Andrew Mendelson at Georgetown Masters in Nashville. Distribution: iTunes and www.brandonadamsmusic.com. Adams is well-known in the dynamic music scene canadian pharmacy generic levitra in Lubbock, especially at the Blue Light, where he plays regularly and hosts a songwriter showcase that includes more than 60 original writers he has cultivated to play and compete
for shows, money, radio spins and even the opening slot at the Larry Joe Taylor Music Festival. For more information, visit www.brandonadamsmusic.com
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