On July 15th, The Resolvers released both a prequel and sequel to their breakout record, giving fans a panoramic view of the evolution of the 10-piece Reggae/Funk/Soul band.
Nate’s House, recorded in 2010 at the home of The Resolver’s then drummer, documents the experiment of adding a horn section and dense vocal harmonies to an already popular local reggae act. What emerged from the session was something more than they could have imagined and reverting back was not an option.
After rolling out the expanded format in the live setting to a tremendous response and releasing the sound defining Big Band Reggae in 2012, The Resolvers went right back into the studio, Power Station Recording Studios, to record the follow up, Bigger is Better.
The two records are available below, as well as on most digital media sites and CD.
The Resolvers mix their Jamaican Roots upbringing with their Jazz, Funk and Soul schooling. Siblings Ojay and Sahara Smith exchange lead vocal roles with Israeli born bandleader and guitarist Ron Eisner while their Rock-solid rhythm section and the “Dirty Hamsa HornStars” set the pace.
This summer, The Resolvers will once again take the band on the road, playing an eight-night tour of the Southeast US with Groundation. Playing in support of the new albums, The Resolvers kick off the tour, Thursday, July 17th in The Resolvers’ stomping grounds of Fort Lauderdale, FL. The tour then travels to Orlando, Jacksonville Beach, Virginia Beach, Wilmington and Nags Head, and concludes with a two-night stand in Charleston, South Carolina.
For more about The Resolvers, their music and details about their tour dates, check out the information below:
The Resolvers Tour Dates
Article By: Aaron Solomon
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