Brother sister duo, The Roys, have made a name for themselves in the bluegrass music industry. The duo moved to Nashville, Tennessee a few years back, it was in Nashville when their sound really took on its true form. Nashville encourages a musical scene that embraces the all kinds of music, natural the musical sounds of The Roys, found a home in Nashville. Their sound combines the best of the best when it comes to bluegrass, country and classic music.
The duo channeled and mastered their unique sound and has just released their new album, Gypsy Runaway Train.
The Roys have combined the best of the best when it comes to bluegrass, country and classic music. Their harmonizes are memorizing, songwriting stands out and musicianship comes to the foreground on Gypsy Runaway Train.
Their sound fits into the current country charts due to the expansion of country music and how it is incorporating a variety of external influences.The band is focused on pushing their musical sound forward while staying connected to their natural, organic bluegrass roots.
The album builds with each song and paints a larger picture. The album doesn’t feel like a collection of singles but instead a whole story being told over time.
Stand out tracks on the album include, “You Can Count on My Love,” “Workin’ On It” and “Enough for Me.”
Their albums have been featured on the top of the Bluegrass charts and with the power and sound behind Gypsy Runaway Train, this album is likely to follow the path of topping the Bluegrass charts.
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