Let It Bleed Revisited: An Homage to The Rolling Stones

The Rock House All-Stars – Let It Bleed: An Ovation From Nashville.

A group called The Rock House All-Stars has released a new album entitled Let It Bleed: An Ovation From Nashville. It’s an homage to The Rolling Stones’ record Let It Bleed from the 70s.

The music is Rock. It parallels the original material from the Rolling Stones’ album but with a contemporary twist. It also has a Jazz component that gives the record a bold touch. The compositions are rich and dynamic. There’s a nostalgia and appreciation for the music of the Rolling Stones.

    The musicians Kevin McKendree (Keyboards, Guitars, Backing Vocals, Percussion), Yates McKendree (Drums), John Heithaus (Bass), and Rob McNelley (Acoustic and Electric Guitars, Solos) did a fantastic job with the music, honouring The Rolling Stones. The same applies to the guest musicians: James Pennebaker (Mandolin, Steel Guitar (Love in Vain, You Got the Silver)), Jimmy Hall (Harmonica (Gimme Shelter)), Andrew Carney ( French Horn (Can’t Always Get What You Want)), Stephen Hanner (Harmonica (Midnight Rambler)), and Luke Bulla (Fiddle (Wild Horses, Country Honk)). Their talent is incredible.

The various singers from The Rock House All-Stars are remarkable. They sing each tune with heart and soul, as well as passion. Each artist has their take on the songs by the Rolling Stones.
The performers on the album are Wendy Moten (The Voice Runner-Up), Jimmy Hall, Bekka Bramlett, Emil Justian, Lee Roy Parnell, Seth James, Greg Mayo, Rick Huckaby, Nalani Rothrock, Mike Farris, Lilly Hiatt, and Luke Bulla. They all did phenomenal work on the work. Sarah and Rachel Hambridge did the backing vocals in Can’t Always Get What You Want and were impressive. These artists are incredible and gave a lovely homage to The Rolling Stones.

The album  Let It Bleed: An Ovation From Nashville is available.

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