“REBEL STRUTTIN’ STUFF”

It’s been about 3 weeks since I received my copy of the EP by the cool group named Nashville Non-Prophets and I haven’t let lose since. It’s actually been in my music player for that whole time as I attempt to write a review of them. I describe this band as Rambunctious Rebel Rockers”,  the Non Prophets are an amazing and cool and loud and full of fun and rebel rousers and full of high energy.  The self titled, EP with it’s first cut called “Fixin’ To Drink” has the flavor of a George Thorogood but with lead singer Mitch Laney at the helm, rocks and has the feel of a party til the cows come home attitude within his music. The next song on the EP is called “Beautifully Broken” Mitch has a way of getting his powerfully charged and boastfully lyrics out, the song has that real excitement within the lyrics and the musicality of Mitch is as a singer really stand out. The next song called “Casualties” the rebel rouser feelings arrive in perfect style and Mitch once again shows off with his loud and proud vocals and the song. The next track “Tennessee Ground” shares equally with the rest of the album, and really shows the band for what & who they are, they’ve got rhythm, they’ve got soul, they’ve got rock & roll pumping through their arteries. The song has intricate and layered with guitarisma all over it. Mitch Laney and the Nashville Non Prophets really shred the guitars and rebel their way into your ears. They have a sound that is unmatched and hearing elements of the group The “Cult” along with others that share that Rebel sound in their music. It’s awesome to know that their is are bands out there that make a sound for themselves while keeping your ears entertained and wow’d. I’d love to hear more from them to get a balanced approach in writing my review of them, by hearing more. What I have heard from this cool and guitar ripping band out of Nashville, love to see them in a live experience to get the who fix on them as a whole, but til then I’ve got their amazing and rebel rouser feelings banging in my head, and “Fixin’ to Drink” here’s to you my friends, great job, and keep up with the great sound. Many thanks to Mitch Laney & Gang of the Nashville Non Prophets for their music and their friendships and hope to hear more of your sound in the future.

Steven F. Adams

Music Reviewer/Publicist Owner Sound Wave One

c 2019 used by permission

more on Nashville Non Prophets

http://www.nashvillenonprophets.com

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Author: SOUNDWAVEONE Steven F. Adams

I have a very extensive broadcasting & music back round. With over 30 years experience. I have been nominated for several writing awards (ie) publicist and promoter of the year also, one of the industries most revered music reviewers. I started a writing career, with the idea bringing notice to the industry all music artists, focusing on Indie artists, and many mainstream artists as well. Writing about individuals, from all around the globe, all music genres and remaining consistent with my slogan of "Hearing is Believing", and "All Music Matters and bringing out the "positive" in all artists no matter how small, big or different. I feel all need to be given that chance to be noticed for their talents and allow others to hear, and noticed for their talent. As of date I have written well over 400 music album reviews and continue to acquire more everyday. Some legends, some independent artists. My continuing wish is they get the to share the stage lights within the industry. With making a difference with my "Positive " music reviews through my writing style, about them & for them and reviewing their music always in a "Positive" forum.

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