HeavyDrunk’s album “You Don’t Know Me” is a musical journey that engages the senses with its raspy vocals, witty lyricism, and fusion of soulful and funky instrumentals. With 12 tracks that vary in style and mood, this album proves to be a dynamic and captivating listening experience.
Heavy Drunk, the acclaimed son of the south soul musician, teams up with Visit Greenwood to restore the Little Zion Missionary Baptist Church and the gravesite of the iconic blues legend Robert Johnson. On July 15th, Heavy Drunk will be dropping his new record, You Don’t Know Me. Not only is this record an exceptional embodiment of soul, blues and americana.
The main single from the album, You Don't Know Me, starts off with a soulful gospel choir that really hooks you in. Then HeavyDrunk deep and raspy vocals take over, blending perfectly with the jazzy-bluesy music playing underneath.
The album is all about helping out! The artist has set up a fundraising campaign to restore the grave of the musical legend, Robert Johnson.
HeavyDrunk and The Heavy Horns return to the Franklin Theatre November 10th supporting the new album, “You Don’t Know Me." This is HeavyDrunk's third full length recording and Rob revives the big soul band featuring plenty of brass and soulful background. If you haven’t seen HeavyDrunk, you may have met Rob by the smoker at the original Puckett’s in Leiper’s Fork. He owned the popular BBQ Joint, country store, gas station, and live music venue from 2008-2021. He’s laying off the smoker and once again collaborated with Grammy winner, Casey Wasner as producer. Small Town Fair and Special Guests join this show.
David Colòn is an American singer-songwriter who formed the band - Small Town Fair - as an outlet to express his musical endeavors. The versatility of his expressive and poignant lyrics touches genres of folk, rock, soul and Americana, yet somehow all these labels cannot define his music. Small Town Fair will be releasing their new studio album at the Franklin Theater show on Nov 10th.
Son of the south soul musician HeavyDrunk teams up with Visit Greenwood for ‘Redeeming Robert Johnson’ campaign that seeks to restore the burial site of the Blues Legend, with new record ‘You Don’t Know Me’. The release of the album this summer seeks to raise funds and awareness for the condition of Johnson’s burial ground and the conditions of the church he lays at now.