[Single Debut] The Delta Troubadours Debut Their Newest Single "Nobody on the Way"

[Single Debut] The Delta Troubadours Debut Their Newest Single "Nobody on the Way"

Cover photo by musicforbalance.com

Goodness, gracious, great balls of fire - The Delta Troubadours have ascended into the rock ‘n’ roll scene. The Florida-bred, Nashville-based rock band formed in 2014 after members Gytis Garsys (vocals/guitar), Ian Heausler (guitar) and Jon Franklin (bass/vocals) wrestled with the idea of starting a band. In 2016, their debut EP Gritt (also their former name) was released after being recorded at the legendary FAME Studios in Muscle Shoals, Alabama; a homage to the band’s earliest influences. From listening to Gritt it’d be fair to say these guys are young to the scene, yet the raw and kinetic energy they possess keep you right there with them, journeying as modern day troubadours do.

Together, they have cultivated a unique blues-tinged sound with an energetic live show to match. The Delta Troubadours have performed at Okeechobee Music & Arts Festival (2017), Gasparilla Music Festival (2016) and supported bands like Susto, Roadkill Ghost Choir and The London Souls.  

“At the end of the day, music is a part of us as much as our beating hearts.” - Gytis Garsys.

The band’s music is alive and well; their newest EP Get Up and Go dropping on December 8. The second single, "Nobody on the Way," is slated for a full release on November 17, but Bullet Music has an exclusive first look at the newest masterpiece. The track features influences ranging from Kings of Leon to The Black Crowes. It features The Delta Troubadours' signature gritty guitar riffs and raucous energy. There’s true realness that bleeds through their music - a reviving sound that’s infectious and appealing to all.

Listen to "Nobody on the Way" above or by clicking HERE.

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