|Cell Block Blues, Ryan Cain & The Chaotics
Wild Hare Records WH08001
For Imediate Release: It's a Chaotic World!!!!
We proudly welcome a young roots rock band from right here in West Virginia. Ryan Cain and the Chaotics are a blend of many musical styles and influences. These boys, though in their mid 20's are veterans of professional music for near on 10 years. Their genre, if you need one, is roots rock, mid 50's to early 60's rock and teen ballads with a touch of real country swing in the mix. The music is well thought out and contains excellent musicianship. This is not your usual "rockabilly" band and the boys Ryan Cain (lead guitar and vocals), Brandon Elmore (upright bass) and Travis Evans (drums) are a great fit for Wild Hare Record's Americana format.
New CD release:
The CD, just relased May 15, 2008 is chocked full of moods, rhythms and sounds. Opening with the mid tempo hopping rocker "Cell Block Blues", the boys take you on a roller coaster ride of Teen Ballads, Hillbilly Swing, Rockbilly and late 50's Raw Rock n Roll. All songs are written and arranged by Ryan, Brandon and Travis. Our picks are "Cell Block Blues" (rockabilly), "Hey Johnny" (Johnny Cash Tribute), "Cry" (Pop Ballad), "The Lonely One" (raw 50's rocker), "Twistin' and a Turnin' (wild piano rocker). Ryan Cain's vocals have been compared to Ronnie Self. The musicianship is excellent and of course, packaged with the legendary Wild Hare Records sound and design work...this CD is a knockout! The Cardboard CD jacket packaging is an extremely popular style for Wild Hare.
Ryan Cain & The Chaotics are:
Ryan Cain - Guitar, Vocals
Brandon Elmore - Upright Bass
Travis Evans - Drums
Cell Block Blues / Wicked Ways / Girl I've Never Had / The Lonely One / Lonesome Tears / Nothing's Gonna Bring Me Down / Over You / Cry / Why? / Hey Johnny / Twistin' & A Turnin'
Wild Hare Records
908 New Hope Road
Berkeley Springs, WV 25411
Courtesy of Wild Hare Records, 2008