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Gritty and sometimes dissolute vocals are exquisitely accompanied by an unbelievably catchy rhythmic pedal steel guitar, acoustic guitar, a melodic bass that reminds one time of the White Stripes and the stripped-down songwriting that once made legends of Creedence Clearwater Revival.

 When The Record Company pick up their instruments, the members participate in a musical back-and-forth akin to a supportive conversation among siblings. The nuances of their personalities seep through loose, bluesy guitar leads, airtight drum grooves, thick bass, and vividly evocative lyrics. With such fluidity, the musicians respond to one another so instinctually you’d swear they were telepathically linked.

They’ve experienced everything as a family since forming back in 2011. Along the way, they served up a tested-and-proven epic in the form of their 2016 debut, Give It Back To You. The release earned a Grammy nomination for Best Contemporary Blues Album, and the single “Off The Ground” reached #1 on AAA Radio and tallied nearly 40 million total streams and counting. Beyond a string of stunning late-night television appearances, they performed on CBS This Morning, at Bonnaroo, and on an extensive tour with John Mayer in addition to headlining coast-to-coast. They maintained this momentum with the follow-up hit albums All Of This Life in 2018] and Play Loud in 2021. In 2023, the band released The 4th Album,

The band has developed a worldwide following with their creative blend of roots blues, rock, and even punk, a concoction that got them chosen to open tours for a wide range of artists, including John Mayer, B.B. King, Social Distortion, Buddy Guy, Bob Seger, Grace Potter, and Trombone Shorty. The band toured Europe supporting Blackberry Smoke in late 2015.

Today, The Record Company are stronger than ever as a band and, more importantly, as brothers. The newest album reflects a return to their roots as artists and collaborators. The group hopes the music’s intimate sound will create an even stronger bond between their listeners and themselves.

“I’d love for people to hear this record and feel like they’re in the house with us making it,” Alex leaves off. “I want them to feel like they’re part of this unpolished and homemade thing, because that’s what we were trying to get back to.”


2020 Best Festival
Washington Blues Society


2015 Keeping The Blues Alive Recipient
The Blues Foundation


2022 Grand Summit Award
Washington Festival & Events Association


Proud Member
Washington Festival & Events Association

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