Wednesday, July 1, 2020

Lee Gallagher & The Hallelujah Bring You Out To Cosmic California & The Jason Daniels Band Deliver A Sweet, Southern Rock Groove

Arriving later this month are a pair of new releases that capture the sounds of their surrounding and upbringings, beginning with the latest full-length studio effort from Lee Gallagher and The Hallelujah titled "L.A. Yesterday." If features ten tracks that center around the soulful, cosmic rock of the California coast. The album starts off with the cruising melody of "Highway 10," which carries a blues vibe mixed with an Americana feel to create an attractive opening to the album. Lee Gallagher lifts up his sound and emotion with the big, raw guitar chords of "Goodnight Sweet Marie," as you find yourself latching on to Lee's soulful vocals and The Hallelujah's stellar musicianship. The band hone in perfectly to the classic rock sound of the seventies with the steady rocker "California Divide," before finishing their new album with the Tom Petty feel of "County Line" and the mellow, laid-back bluesy ballad "Rollin' Out." To find out more about Lee Gallagher and The Hallelujah and their latest release "L.A. Yesterday," please visit

Next, we get the latest release from soulful, southern rockers The Jason Daniels Band. Their new album titled "Downloads From The Universe" features ten new tracks that cross musical genres, as Daniels brings together his west coast and Midwestern influences mixed with blues, soul and funk. The new release begins with the jammy, funky rhythm of "I'm Not Going Down," along with the message of living life to the fullest, because as Daniels sings "It All Can Slip Away." The energy picks up with the southern harmonies of "I've Been Ramlin'," which contains a blazing harmonica solo from Scott Albert Johnson. The Jason Daniels Band simply just jam to the perfect rhythm of "39202," before they wrap up their new album with the funky melody of "Dead And Gone," the country-roots influence of "Breathe" and the uplifting, sing-along of "Prayer To The World." To find out more about The Jason Daniels Band and their latest release "Downloads From The Universe," please visit

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