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Southern Rock Roots: The Remedy

The RemedyFriends and brothers growing up on the same street in the same rural Georgia town, The Remedy connected as a group through a string of events.

Although the boys had known each other for a lifetime, it was actually their passions that brought them together onstage for the first time when guitar player, Josh, needed a band. From then on, one thing after another pulled them together into what has become an impressive presence throughout Georgia. 

You can’t call these boys anything but southern! The individual members may have different influences, but they all find a common thread in Southern Rock, because for each member that is where it all began. 

Their Georgia roots are evident in all of their songs, including this original, “Sledgehammer.” 

Sledgehammer, written by The Remedy [audio:https://onstagesuccess.com/wp-content/uploads/03-Sledgehammer-1.mp3]

The beginning for The Remedy goes back to the summer of 2009. They played church gigs and contemporary Christian songs for two years, and by 2011 they felt they had something to say! From that point on they began the pursuit to make a name for themselves, and to tell a message through their own music. They soon made contact with producer and Third Day keyboardist Scotty Wilbanks, and instantly hit it off.

Most important to The Remedy is the message they hope to tell through their music. Each member has a strong faith and a story to tell of the powerful things the Lord can do, and it will be done with real, raw Rock and Roll. No backing tracks, no auto tune, all live. That’s how The Remedy rolls.

Here’s a clip of them live at WinterFest:

 We were happy to choose The Remedy as one of the winners in our recent ReverbNation Opportunity! You can learn, too, from the video critique they won from Live Music Producer, Amy Wolter… Watch Video & Read More — Backstage Pass required…

If you want to see The Remedy live check out their tour dates here…

Tom Jackson

Tom is uniquely talented and skilled at transforming an artist's live show into a magical experience for the audience; helping artists at every level create a live show that is engaging and memorable, teaching them to exceed their audiences' expectations and to create fans for life. Tom has taught indie and major artists of every genre. He has worked with Taylor Swift, Le Crae, Home Free, The Tenors, Shawn Mendes, The Band Perry, Francesca Battistelli, Jars of Clay, & many more. Tom also teaches at colleges, conferences and events worldwide.

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