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Nashville’s Rising Southern Rock Band, Revelry, Release Their New Single “Part-Time Playboy”

Nashville's rising southern rock band, Revelry, released their brand new single, “Part-Time Playboy," just in time for their Ryman debut on November 17th, 2022. The single is now available on all digital streaming platforms. You can click here to listen.

“Part-Time Playboy” gives the audience the perfect energy with electrifying instrumentation and contagious melodies. Revelry brings confidence and swagger to the table like no other, beckoning back to some of the greatest sounds that ever emerged from rock music from the '70s forward. The band will be making their Ryman Debut on November 17th, 2022, sharing the bill with Yelawolf (introducing new project with Shooter Jennings Sometimes Y), Bones Owens, and Tony Martinez. Revelry has also made several appearances on the highly acclaimed Whiskey Jam stage.

Revelry’s new smash hit, “Part-Time Playboy” is a fusion of modern rock and roll, rooted in the classics. The song narrates the life of a working man, who, every once in a while, takes a break from his usual mundane life to let loose. Revelry includes the members, Zack Montgomery, Andrew “Redd Byrdd” Howell, J Whorley, Dane Lovvorn, and Cruze Blanke.

Revelry’s music is inspired by the classic rock of the '70s, and influenced by their country roots. The themes of hard work leading up to a much-needed break are characteristic of the country genre. Lead vocalist Montgomery sings, "He's running on his last leg, tryna get a paycheck/Breaking his damn back, tryna catch a damn break/He ain't got no money, but the lights are still on/Went to work this morning, now he's front row at the show." The influence of country music is no surprise, since the band members also take great inspiration from artists such as Waylon Jennings and Lynyrd Skynyrd. The catchy melody enchants the audience, sending them to the wild weekend that the playboy is experiencing. The major guitar riffs and solos by the members, Andrew “Redd Byrdd” Howell, and J Whorley voraciously set “Part-Time Playboy” apart from usual modern rock.

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