Atlas Road Crew
Originally based out of Columbia, SC, Atlas Road Crew is the next big breakout artist from the Southeast. Now calling Charleston, SC home, ARC is stepping into the spotlight with a huge 2014 including an appearance at AAA Sunset Sessions in Carlsbad, CA this February alongside Ziggy Marley, Needtobreathe, The Hold Steady and many more. Additionally, the band was just named to the megafest Wakarusa in June feasturing Umphrey's McGeee, STS9, String Cheese Bassnectar and many more.
It's no wonder that they caught the attention of Grammy-Award-Winning Mark Bryan of Hootie and the Blowfish who produced their debut EP Atlas Road Crew to rave reviews in the Fall of 2012.
It seems as if Atlas Road Crew has arrived from another decade as their old-school sound oozes vintage 70s rock dripping with influences ranging from the Rolling Stones to The Band to the Allmans but with modern influences like The Black Keys and Kings of Leon. With an extensive catalog of over 100 covers and a rapidly growing list of in-demand originals, Atlas Road Crew has been the rarest of Columbia, SC area bands able to sell out Columbia's premiere music hall (400 capacity) at every performance and even on multiple night runs. Their time on the fraternity circuit over the past 18 months has brought their name to thousands of new faces, quickly establishing them in multiple markets and earning a legion of new fans.
Practicing in a storage unit on Atlas Road in Columbia, SC (hence the name), the band quickly begun molding, tweaking and perfecting its old-school rock 'n' roll sound. Despite the sweltering heat that often stifled the small unit during marathon practice sessions, the band stripped down heavy technology in favor of the more guitar-driven, easy riding sound that seemed to come naturally.
Sweet Southern Woman
Bottom Of Love