The Railways | Didn't See It Comin'

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Didn't See It Comin'

by The Railways

The Railways have taken the train off the tracks with a thrilling new brand of Blues-Rock. This album is contemporary and fresh with a vibe that harkens back to the soul-dripping influences of Bobby "Blue" Bland and the raw rock power of Led Zeppelin.
Genre: Rock: Roots Rock
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1. Soul Weapon
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2. It's Gettin' Heavy
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3. If She's Cold
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4. Red Giant
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5. Devil Made Me Do It
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6. Hell Hath No Fury
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7. Who's Gonna Save Me
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8. Honey Child
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Adam Sizemore - lead vocals, guitar

Adam Sizemore’s music career started off very quietly. A rare ear infection caused him to become deaf until the age of two. After surgery, he was finally able to hear and took full advantage of his new found gift. His family’s love for music influenced and inspired him to pour his heart and soul into singing and songwriting. His powerful vocal style has attracted a lot of attention in the Los Angeles music scene. Over the years, Adam has recorded, performed and collaborated with many seasoned veterans such as Billy Preston (Beatles, Eric Clapton), Willie Hutch (Jackson 5, Shaft), and Taylor Hawkins (Foo Fighters).

Johnny Stachela - lead guitar, vocals

The blues has a hold on a lot of musicians, but rare is the musician who has a hold on the blues. When Johnny plugs in his Gibson SG it becomes immediately clear that his intentions are to bring people together under the banner of quality, not mediocrity. His blues are a progression of the genre, and not a distillation. An experienced guitarist, bandleader, producer and songwriter; his emotionally-charged sound has caught the ears of many who admire his artistry. Stachela has recorded with Grammy Award winning producers Eddie Kramer (Jimi Hendrix, Led Zeppelin) and Gary Nicholson (Waylon Jennings, Delbert McClinton). He has also performed with such soulful artists as Jimmy Vivino, Jonny Lang, and Melissa Etheridge.

Nick Amoroso - drums, vocals

When “heavy lumber” is required, Amoroso isn’t afraid to roll up his sleeves and aim for the floor! His musical prowess has harvested performances on NBC’s Late Show with Conan O'Brien, ABC’s Late Night with Jimmy Kimmel, and KRCW’s Morning Becomes Eclectic with Nic Harcourt. He has backed country music icon Billy Ray Cyrus and toured across the United States with Austin, Texas alt-country rockers Shurman.

Kevin Ogburn - bass, vocals

Originally from North Carolina, Kevin Ogburn has lived and worked in the LA music scene where he has enjoyed an active studio and live performance career since 1998. Kevin has performed at festivals all over the US and has toured with guitar great Blues Saraceno among others. He is the thunder and the glue that keeps the runaway train on the tracks.


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E.J. Lennon

Dark bars and slick guitars!!
What makes a sexy woman strut, a cold drink taste colder and the crack of the billiard balls keep you up all night?...An album like this. All around, "Didn't See It Coming" is an amazingly balanced album from start to finish. Never overbearing on either the vocal or instrumentation side, a key factor in a great rock/blues recording. Johnny Stachela's licks and slide guitar are already becoming legendary in the Southern California area, compared constantly to Led Zeppelin's Jimmy Page. Adam Sizemore's vocals are spot on, mixed and recorded with the right gear and effects to cut through the mood of any venue you're lucky enough to hear these tracks in. With this official release of original material, this band and their fan base is sure to grow as quick as that locomotive burning down the tracks on the album cover. Kick ass job!...now, where's my Jack and Coke?!