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Right Now Everything

by The Congregation

Classic soul meets rock and roll in this dynamic eight-piece collective from Chicago. The Congregation features Gina Bloom, a singer whose raw and powerful vocals are underscored by the band’s garage rock rhythms.
Genre: Urban/R&B: Soul
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1. Right Now Everything
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2. You Always Told Me (Terrible Things)
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3. When There's Fighting
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4. Real Thing
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5. You'll Always Be Alright With Me
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6. Darlin'
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7. Have You Seen My Baby
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8. High Class
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9. You Need My Love
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10. I Don't Wanna Fight
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11. I Know You Will
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12. I Will Forget You
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Classic soul meets rock and roll in this dynamic eight-piece collective from Chicago. The Congregation features Gina Bloom--a singer whose voice radiates with raw emotion and soul power. Charlie Wayne's punk-infused guitar riffs, Chuck Sansone's keyboard grooves and Joe DeBord and Dan Wendt's garage rock rhythms are topped off by the lively call and response of a three-piece horn section--Brian Crane on trumpet, Nick Nottoli on trombone and Erik Eiseman on saxophone. When it comes to the songwriting, you won't find any sugarcoated love songs here. You'll get a little bit of longing and a whole lot of wronging.


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