Delta Saints brings ‘Bayou rock’ sound to Nashville

With an original sound and an upbeat blues-rock feel, the Delta Saints are another outstanding band making their way through Nashville. Maintaining a unique sound is difficult as an artist in Nashville, but this group achieves it so easily.

It didn’t take long for the Delta Saints to grow as a band, both in numbers and in popularity. By mixing rock ‘n’ roll with blues, this band attracts people of all ages and musical backgrounds. After being in the music scene for nearly a decade, with many released EPs and one full-length album, the Delta Saints found their final member and had their first full band rehearsal at a show in Spain. The Delta Saints finally completed their puzzle and released a new album in 2015.

Bands such as The Black Cadillacs, Zach Williams and the Reformation, The Allman Brothers Band and The Black Crowes all maintain a sound of their own but have heavily influenced the Delta Saints’ vintage swamp-rock sound.

The band knows how to incorporate smooth guitar riffs and soul rhythms into each song. With a sound like this and an ever-growing fan base, nothing can stop them now from making it big across the globe.

Have you listened to Delta Saints’ music? If so, what do you think about the band? Leave a comment!

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3 Comments

  1. I have never heard of Delta Saints, and now I most definitely want to check them out! I also love how unique your blog is. It looks different from the rest and grabs my attention. Love it!

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  2. This is so cool! I’m always looking for new music to get into, and more lowkey bands are usually really great but hard to find. So thank you for bringing Delta Saints up, and I am really interested and will look them up!

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