Nashville Session Players is comprised of 30+ Nashville session musicians and vocalists performing songs about poverty, politics, environmental issues, health care, education, discrimination, and other important issues. Writing in the Country, Blues, Rock, RnB, Roots, Pop, Soul, Bluegrass, Folk, and Americana genres, they've received extensive airplay from the US to Europe. Many of their songs have charted well on the ECMA Top 100 in Europe, reaching as high as #4 on the Top 100, and several have been in the top five in the UK, Norway, Netherlands, Germany, Sweden, and France.
Most of the artists who perform for Nashville Session Players also have their own independent music careers and are among the finest artists Nashville independent music has to offer. Contributing musicians have lengthy resumes, performing for some of the biggest names in mainstream Country and other genres, and all tracks are recorded and mastered at professional studios. Nashville Session Players is a studio band only, though most of the players are currently performing artists.
Percussion driven song about homelessness, homeless veterans, poverty and related issues; inspired by visiting Skid Row in Los Angeles, California. Song would fit well for any type of film or documentary about homeless veterans, poverty issues. Male Vocals, Blues, Country Blues
Radical blues track taking direct aim at Congress; controversial, provocative, in-your-face direct assault on political corruption; political, liberal, progressive. Male Vocals, Blues, Delta BluesCaution: Explicit Lyrics
Song about a homeless war veteran, raised in the state of Robert E. Lee, now living on Skid Row in Los Angeles; compares treatment of confederate soldiers after the Civil War to homeless war veterans today. Male Vocals, Blues, Country Blues