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The drumbeat at the beginning of ‘Baby Blue’ from the Saint Louis native drummer rolled me right in to a great sounding musical composition. I was thinking the music in the background put me in the mind of Lynyrd Skynyrd. It was classic and tuneful. The Lead Singer for the band at the time was polished and clean as I watched ‘The Relics’ perform in their ‘Baby Blue’ Video. There was great stage presence and I loved the persistence as he kept taking his voice higher as the song played out. The sound of the music and even organ-like musical serenade made me think of sounds similar to Tom Petty. I loved the song performed. ‘Baby Blue’ is a greatly written tune with lines such as: ‘I was a blindfold for making you cry.’ I enjoyed how the Lead Singer was able to take his voice higher during song changes and transitions. I would love to hear more and I saw originality. I saw the musicians in their musical zone of rehearsed excellence. They had a great, laid back stage presence. I saw real musicians who enjoyed performing. That is a great trait to possess. That is what made me ‘rock on.’ There was also a diverse mix; from Saint Louis to New York to Georgia, these musicians came from various places and they blended very well. I also had an inner ‘hooray moment’ when I learned that the band placed first at the Madlife Battle of Bands which is a phenomenal forum for artists to showcase their musical skills of profound creativity. It’s a great venue to research. ‘The Relics’ have much potential.
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