At the top of a steep driveway, just a couple of miles from downtown Columbus, Mississippi, you’ll hear a noise far different from what you might hear on one of the local radio stations. It’s a sound completely unprovoked by trends or age. Everything about it squares off directly with what you might expect.
One look into their practice space tells the story. Every influence is represented– from the orchestrated pop of Brian Wilson and Phil Spector to the anthemic power of Bruce Springsteen. From the hooks of Tom Petty to the crunch of AC/DC. There’s barely an empty shelf… or space… in the room. It’s quickly evident that this is not just a band. It’s an obsession.
It’s Hartle Road.
It’s a close-knit group of family and friends that create a bold sound– a sound that pulls inspiration from a bygone era, yet delivers it in a punch that is refreshingly modern. It celebrates everything that music should celebrate…
… and they just want you to listen.