Paste Magazine - Dead 27s Share "Don't Want to Live My Life Without You"

Dead 27s Share "Don't Want to Live My Life Without You" - Link
By Louise Parker

"Don't Want to Live My Life Without You" is the single from Dead 27s last EP, and it's a rock-and-soul party. Complete with funky guitar riffs and crooning vocals, it grooves along as the lead singer confesses "the very second that I see your face, I feel like crawling under the table". If this is where they're coming from, then the new album - recorded in New Orleans with Grammy-nominated producer Ben Ellman - is truly something to get excited about.

Dead 27s is five compelling musicians from Charleston who are making their mark on the South Carolina music scene. The band has joined the lineup for FloydFest 2016, sharing a bill with Gregg Allman, Bruce Hornsby, Leftover Salmon and more. These guys really know how to rock a live show, so if you find yourself in Virginia at the end of July, do yourself a favor and join the party.

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VENTS Magazine Interviews: Dead 27s

by RJ Frometa

Hi guys, welcome to VENTS! How have you been? 

We’ve been fantastic! We are getting really excited about the next record we have coming out. We have been getting some mixes back from Count (aka Mikael Eldridge), who is mixing the record for us, so we have been focusing a lot on that. The fact that he is mixing it is exciting in and of itself… he just won a Grammy for some work he did on a Mavis Staples track. Also, Ben Ellman from Galactic is the producer for the next album. So, between that and hitting the road you have a group of pretty happy musicians. Thanks for asking! 

Can you talk to us more about your latest single “Don’t Want To Live My Life Without You”? 

When we first got together to work on original material it was the first song that Trey brought to the table. Its a fun tune that has a lot of that 60’s and 70’s soul influence and a really catchy hook. It has been really well received by our fans and by independent radio stations around SC and NC. Trey’s falsetto on the chorus and Wallace’s guitar solo make it a great song for people who are just getting introduced to us. 

Dead 27s to join Umphrey's McGee at Chucktown Ball

Umphrey’s McGee returns to Charleston, SC on September 23rd & 24th for the 2nd iteration of Chucktown Ball at Riverfront Park in North Charleston. As some members of UM now call the Charleston area home, the Chucktown Ball is rapidly evolving into…

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No Depression-Chasing Down the Devil with Dead 27s

BY EMILY HINDE
 

Dead 27s are carving out their on own mark on the music world in 2016. Based in Charleston, South Carolina, the band drives Rock n' Roll with a dash of the Blues, home. The group, who has garnered praise for their releaseChase Your Devils Down, is set to release their follow up to the record this year titled Ghosts Are Calling Out. We caught up with Trey Francis, Wallace Mullinax, Will Evans, Oliver Goldstein and Daniel Crider from the group, to see what Dead 27s have up their sleeve for 2016...and beyond.

Dead 27s Bring in the Rock n' Roll Blues

BY EMILY HINDE APRIL 27, 2016

The Dead 27s are a riot filled band that hail from South Carolina. They carry the vein of Bluesy Rock n' Roll that is brought to life with their latest release, "Chase Your Devils Down." Made up Trey Francis (vocals), Wallace Mullinax (guitar, harmonies), Will Evans (guitar, synth, harmonies), Oliver Goldsteinn (bass) and Daniel Crider (drums, harmonies). Together the group creates a brilliant record for the masses with sonic-driven guitars and swirls of musical explosions that will please your ears. 

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"Emanuel" - A song for Mother Emanuel AME Church

This song is dedicated to the victims of the June 17, 2015 Mother Emanuel AME Church shooting, their families, friends, and to Charleston, SC... Our heart goes out to all of you. #Emanuel #ChsMusicHeals #CharlestonStrong

Thanks to Will Lewis, Stuart…

Dead 27s Now on Pandora Radio

We are happy to announce that we are now on Pandora Radio! Create your Dead 27s station and rock out to us and other bands alike! Again, we can't thank all of our fans enough for the continued support. 2015…