Rock / Garage / Lo-fi
Saturday at The Star Bar in Atlanta, GA. We are filming the show for our Kickstarter
campaign, so come be a big part of this! Once the Kickstarter page is up and running,
you'll be first to know. We hope you can join us on this important journey.
starting this Kickstarter campaign to fund the debut EP. Without your help, we will
not be able to record and release this EP.
More info real soon.
Star Bar Atlanta, GA March 2nd.
Doors at 9pm
Caroline and The
Ramblers and Chickens and Pigs open the show.
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"'Think About It' EP on The 20 best and most-anticipated releases of 2014 list." Bobby
Moore, Creative Loafing
"According to his bio, Rod Hamdallah
has been playing Atlanta bars and clubs since he was 16, which makes you wonder
why it took him so long to come out with his debut EP. The five-song Think About
It certainly sounds like something a seasoned veteran would deliver, it’s
barreling garage-blues grooves and raucous energy tempered only by Hamdallah’s
ability to craft soulful lo-fi hooks that would make Jack White proud. There’s
plenty of power in his voice, but more so charisma, which lures you in and draw
you smack into the whirlwind center of his dirty blues stomps and juke-joint rockers." Moe
Castro, Latest Disgrace
"Creative Loafing Atlanta's Best
of 2011- "BEST LOCAL BLUES ACT" (Critics Pick).
"An Atlanta guitar slinger with a swooping pompadour, Rod Hamdallah has swiftly risen
through the ranks of Atlanta's die-hard music scene by taking cues from such hometown
icons as the late Sean Costello and Donnie McCormick. With a blend of delta blues,
electric roots and garage rock girth, Hamdallah has tricked out a sultry sound and
presence that's recharging the blues and garage. He's what the old heads who lurk
in the shadows at the back of the bar refer to as the real deal, and they ain't
lyin'." Creative Loafing Atlanta, Creative Loafing