Urban Preacher | Urban Preacher

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Urban Preacher

by Urban Preacher

The Black Crowes meet The Black Keys with some New York sass.
Genre: Rock: Southern Rock
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1. On the Rooftop
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2. Vintage Girl
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3. Strange Obsession
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4. Moanin' the Blues
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5. Lady Luck
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6. Its a Living
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Dirty southern soul-rock. Led by the powerful vocals of Myrrhine Faller, Urban Preacher has the right amount of class and spunk to bring back an old sound in a new way. The fun rocking tunes are easy to sing along to and the mind-blowing solos keep you coming back for more. Close your eyes and imagine an 8-piece band, dressed for success playing a dingy barn, sounding like the bastard child of The Black Crowes and The Black keys with a female singer. Anthony Rinaldi (sax) steps to the edge of the stage and plays a jazzy lick that bleeds into a face-melting guitar solo, care of Neil Hendry. The “shooby-doo-wop” backup singers hold your attention, but in the shadows, you see the silhouette of a man in a cowboy hat pounding away at the keyboard (Jordan Safer). The stage comes alive with the thud of Dave Henriques on bass. Justin Ruppel (drums) keeps the beat going while the band pauses to sing along to a chorus; you can’t help but to sing along too! The Urban Preacher congregation reminds you that we’re all in this together, so take a step back from life, hold on to your beer and enjoy the ride.


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Gina Noonan

Urban Preacher
Great CD!!! Kinda jazzy, kinda Bluesy!! All together great CD great vocals, and great music!! Definitely give this CD a listen!!!

Lisa De Paola


Amazing CD, the singer has an absolutely beautiful voice and the band is very talented, much worth checking them out! The music is blues meets jazz meets southern rock :D