Kick The Robot
515-B North McDonough St.
Decatur, GA, 30030
Doors 6:00 PM / Show 7:00 PM
Kick The Robot
This young band is proud to count Sir Elton John among their expanding fan base. Atlanta trio, Kick the Robot, perform all original "melodic rock along the lines of The Beatles and Foo Fighters". Audiences are immediately drawn to their catchy hooks, energetic live performances, spot-on vocal harmonies and the exceptional musicianship of the trio. Kick the Robot is produced by legendary Georgia session drummer and producer, Gerry Hansen (Shawn Mullins, Randall Bramblett, Michelle Malone). The band released their debut full length release, "Music to Fight the Future" in April 2013. They are currently working on their sophomore release and touring in the southeast U.S.
"Truett's self-titled debut EP is a hard-riffing onslaught of fuzzed-out guitars and urgent vocals. The singer/guitarist worked out each song while touring the American South, wailing into the bright lights and cigarette smoke night after night until the new songs were fully formed." - Paste Magazine
"Yours truly witnessed this energy in February, when TRUETT provided opening support for Pope in Nashville–his guitar-shredding prowess was on full display, and I was blown away. Since then, he’s traveled the world with Ron Pope + The Nighthawks, played his first showcases at this year’s SXSW, and finished writing the songs for his forthcoming full-length." - East of 8th show preview
"Loaded with gritty riffs, smoking out blazing chords and finger bleeding breaks, it’s an endless source of raw edged, rock perfection." - Velvet Independent
"Edgy lyrics, hard hitting drums and a bad ass guitar solo round out this feet thumping, fist bumping far reaching sound." - Be Atlanta "Left in the Dark" Premiere
"Few artists are capable of truly stepping outside the bounds of genre while still encapsulating the timeless sounds of the greats who have preceded. However, Georgia born artist, Truett, successfully combines stunning vocals and unbelievable guitar licks in order to do so and create an incredibly unique and addicting sound." - The Odyssey "Artist To Watch"
"His guitar-shredding prowess coupled with his band’s consistently funky low-end support and driving rhythm section was captivating" - East of 8th, Live Review
"I can feel every note. Add the fact he also he has a very soulful bluesy voice and I'm left wishing his set lasted for a lot longer than 20 minutes. As I could quite comfortably listen to him play all night." - 3 Songs and Out
"Watching him play was a joy and it's fun to listen to him. Jazzy Blues Rock - keep him in mind” - Negative White