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Ormond Beach, Florida – May 19, 2020 – Randy Roberts came up in Florida during the ‘70s playing in various bands. It was around that time he became friends with Gregg Allman and the rest of the Allman Brothers band. During that time and beyond, Roberts toured heavily from the Southeast to Hawaii. Like with many though, Roberts’ life took some turns, and while he traded in his guitar for many years for a more traditional life – his passion for creating never wavered. In 2016 he decided it was time to get back to it. After working three years his debut, ‘Out on the Road,’ was ready to go.
‘Out on the Road’ is a tribute of sorts to Roberts’ old friend, Gregg Allman. Of course, Allman was part of the rock band the Allman Brothers Band who rose to fame in the ‘70s. Around the same time, Roberts and Allman started to cement their friendship. As Roberts sat down to write and record his debut, he and the rest of the world lost Allman in 2017. So ‘Out on the Road,’ is partly an homage to his dear, late friend as songs like “Pain I’m Going Through,” “Tell Me,” and “Until the End” are audible emotions put to song.
A dozen tracks deep, ‘Out on the Road’ transports listeners back to a time when rock music was organic, raw, and emotive. Those interested in adding new AC rock to their playlists, reviewing ‘Out on the Road,’ or interviewing Randy Roberts for their site, podcast, or radio show can reach out via the information provided below.
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Randy Roberts spent three years perfecting his debut album. Now ‘Out on the Road’ is about and ready for rock fans to take in.
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