The Eagle Rock Gospel Singers with Three-Legged Dog

“Eagle Rock Gospel Singers Put a Modern-Day Spin on That Old-Time Religion” – LA WEEKLY

 

A rousing celebration of traditional Americana music has always been the hallmark of The Eagle Rock Gospel Singers. Their debut album, Heavenly Fire, brims with fiery melodies and country moods, highlighting the band's notoriety for crafting original Gospel material and laid the foundation for two successful North American tours, including appearances at prestigious festivals such as Winnipeg Folk Fest, Montreal Jazz Fest, Austin City Limits, and Voodoo Fest of New Orleans. The band is excited to release their second full-length album, “No Glory" in the spring of 2017 and then hit the road to “spread and shred” with their eclectic mix of alt-country Gospel!

 

“…bold and barn-burning old-school meets new-school blend of Gospel, Americana and rock ‘n’ roll.” ELMORE MAGAZINE

 

Three-Legged Dog is today’s version of the string bands that existed all about the country in the Thirties and Forties, groups that played everything – oldtime mountain music, blues, ballads, devotional and dance music, jazz, pop tunes of the day – on acoustic instruments. The Dog takes to the stage with anywhere from sixteen to twenty instruments including multiple guitars, banjos, mandolins, accordion, bouzouki, harmonica, stand-up and fretless electric bass, Dobro and Hawaiian guitar, cello, and fiddle.