Joie Calio and Phil Leavitt play the sort of rough around the edges blues-rock that sounds both modern and retro, and seems to be as influenced by The Stones as much as today’s version of Americana. Adept at both speedy classic rock as well as simmering and soulful, it’s pretty clear these guys have a wealth of talent and aren’t spreading themselves too thin. Imagine The Black Keys on steroids. Inforty.com
The “Flying High (With No ID)” video has been added to an upcoming episode of the syndicated MusicMix USA video show. The show the video is in should start running the week of July 28th. Check your local listings to see the show.
Returning to the town that gave them birth, 7HORSE are back in LA to play this coming Sunday. It's a warmup gig for their national tour in support of their new album, SONGS FOR A VOODOO WEDDING, in the intimate confines of Molly Malones, 575 S Fairfax Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90036. If you haven't heard the new album yet, just click here. It's been an eventful year for 7Horse - their song "Meth Lab Zoso Sticker got a HUGE lift from it's use in Martin Scorsese's film THE WOLF OF WALL STREET; they've had prominent licenses with shows like HART OF DIXIE and RIZZOLI & Isles; another song in a Jeep Wrangler commercial; and a new single, "Flying High (With No ID)" steadily climbing the TripleA radio charts. Still, there's nothing they like more than bringing their blend of country-fried swampadelic rock to the stage and letting a crowd tap into the pulsing motherlode that is rock 'n' roll. Why don't y'all c'mon out and join us on Sunday? Just say the word and a spot on the guest list is yours!! They play at 9:30PM - not so early that it'll mess up your supper, not so late that you need to miss the 11:20 sports report. Hope to see you there!!