Josh Roberts & The Hinges

Josh Roberts & The Hinges

Josh Roberts and the Hinges love to do the Rock and Roll Thing! They live in Charleston, SC. They are touring their bottom dollars off, and are hard at work on a brand new album with producer Ryan Monroe (Band of Horses), which will be ready very soon.

"I want to cross folk mystery with country and blues emotion and electric guitar power," says Josh Roberts. "We want to make melting pot American music, real rock and roll music with the roots showing."

Josh Roberts and the Hinges have shared stages with artists as diverse as George Clinton and Parliament/Funkadelic, Band of Horses, Drive by Truckers, Shovels and Rope, Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit, Leon Russell, Drivin n Cryin, Big Head Todd and the Monsters, Billy Joe Shaver, Robert Randolph, The Whiskey Gentry, Danielle Howle, Dead Confederate, Robert Earle Keen, moe., Mutemath, The Futurebirds, The Jompson Brothers (Chris Stapleton), JGB, SUSTO, Moonshine Still, Patrick Davis, Stockholm Syndrome, Jordan Igoe, Have Gun Will Travel, Radiolucent, Angie Aparo, Sevendust, Acoustic Syndicate, 7 Mary 3, Five Eight, and many more.

Here are a few things some people with very good taste have to say about their previous 4 albums, as well as the singular Hinges live experience.

Barnwell is a band of consummate pop-smiths who melt strong hooks with deep philosophical treatises about faith and love. “Talk Me Down,”—off their debut album Motel Art--is a frantic pop song where lead singer Tyler Gordon croons “call my name, / oh won’t you talk me down?” between Ross Swinson’s snaggletooth Telecaster lines. Tyler joined me for a brief chat about writing, inspiration, and the Columbia, SC music scene.

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