Royal Southern Brotherhood At Vinyl

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Royal Southern Brotherhood At Vinyl

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Friday, February 27, 2015 Rival Entertainment Presents: ROYAL SOUTHERN BROTHERHOOD with Lefty Williams Band Doors 7:30 / Show 8:30 / All Ages $15/Adv, $20/Day Of Show • All Ages Welcome • Vinyl is a general admission, standing room venue • Tickets available online via or without ticket fees in person at the Center Stage Box Office, M-F, 11-6. Online sales end at 6pm on day of show. ATLANTA, GA - Ruf Recording artists, ROYAL SOUTHERN BROTHERHOOD are raising the ante as they roll into the legendary FAME Studios in Muscle Shoals, Alabama. The band has added fiery guitar slingers Bart Walker and Tyrone Vaughan to breathe new energy into their third studio release. The new blood is there to help the venerable Cyril Neville and powerhouse rhythm section Yonrico Scott and Charlie Wooton up the funk while maintaining the blues and rock that has brought Royal Southern Brotherhood (RSB) a growing, worldwide audience. The Brotherhood has toured incessantly over the last four years, canvassing the USA, Europe and Australia. The hard work paid off as RSB watched their fan base and notoriety swell. 2014 also saw RSB win a Blues Music Award for their live DVD, Songs From The Road. Royal Southern Brotherhood has also been fortunate to have NOLA legend, Cyril Neville, featured in an episode of HBO's "Sonic Highways" series. This is an 8-episode show that follows the Foo Fighters as they visit different towns they consider to be musically unique and important. Neville was a natural and charismatic fit to talk with Dave Grohl about the New Orleans sound. Their shared love of percussion and rhythms creates a chemistry that serves the show well. Cyril provided some unique insight and stories about growing up in New Orleans along with Troy "Trombone Shorty" Andrews, telling Dave how Troy got his nickname. Neville detailed how Troy began playing at such a young age that the T-bone was actually taller than Troy. Although he is now a grown man, the nickname "Trombone Shorty" has stayed with him.

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