This is the perfect example to prove that hard rock is a beautiful genre, and not just loud instruments and vocals smashed up together.
This is the perfect example to prove that hard rock is a beautiful genre, and not just loud instruments and vocals smashed up together.

Some of the reasons why this song checks all of the right boxes are:
A guitar symphony that will get you teary.
A simple fade-out outro to close up the song
Lyrics with meaning and a story to tell.

An electric, magnetic style with a dazzling yet straightforward recipe: the drums give the cue to let the guitar in, the guitar sets the tone for the vocals, and before you know, you’re singing along the chorus of the lyrics. The song has the proper build-up, the right balance of sections and a smooth connection in between each.

The song is about a couple with a love and hate relationship that lives in the hustle and bustle of a big city.

“Partners in Crime” is the song you want to listen live in a stadium and leave us wanting more. Same way, The Ramble proves to have an accurate vision of classic rock and how to transcend it throughout the decades.

The Ramble’s main influences are Bon Jovi, Aerosmith, Van Halen, Alice Cooper, The Rolling Stones, The Beatles, and Queen.

They have performed before at openings of back to back sold-out shows for Kix opening for Bumblefoot. They have also appeared on radio on a few local New Jersey radio stations like 95.9 The Rat.

The Ramble’s website. Listen to their music on Spotify and Youtube, and stay up-to-date with their news on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.

 

 

 

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