Road to Oblivion (Part 2) - Episode 133
A craftsmanship tailor made with honeysuckle vocal harmonies, thick southern lead guitars, lively piano and B3 accompaniment all punctuated by a solid bass bottom and the hard-hitting back beats of rock-n-roll . The journey taken with the "Road" also visits a contemplative landscape of bluegrass fiddle, juke-joint sax and the breakneck howl of a blues harp.
Penned by RTO's founders Mark Bertini, Neil Goes and Alexandra Higgins, their music spans wide vistas of contemporary musical vernacular, politically-minded statements and internal dialogues . The duos vision is a songwriting ethos of an American experience lived first-hand, confidently rooted in the blues, Latin groove and 70's rock influence wedged comfortably into a Alt-Country frame of being. Alex Higgins delivers this 12 song tale with a stunning vocal performance of chilling sensitivity to downright "move it or lose it" raw attitude leaving no doubt of this debut's title.