Detroit-based blues-rock band with roots in the late 60s and early 70s “Spyderhuff” released their latest single “The Rhythm King”…a modern take on blues, shaking things up with a unique flavor that could only be found in Spyderhuff’s songs…

The band, consisting of friends and musicians, has a passion for bending and shaping musical genres. Their current project is a four-song EP, ‘GONNA BUILD ME A HOT ROD’, dropping one track at a time throughout early 2024. The name Spyderhuff pays tribute to automotive history, with members like The Black Keys, The B-52’s, Lou Reed, Dire Straits, Steve Earle, Tom Waits, Primus, ZZ-Top, Nick Cave, and Alabama 3.

The members of Spyderhuff are Tom Kuhr (vocals, guitar, harmonica, sax, synth), Don Beyer (bass,

synth), Jim Pauli (drums), Joey Gaydos (guitar), Tony Mitchell (congas, bongos, drums, backing

vocals), and Julie Noe (backing vocals)…and all together, they create fresh, unique and never-heard-before fusions and musical hybrids with strong melodic and performing elements.

“The Rhythm King” also drops with a music video that elevates the overall experience even more…

…the song has very unique bluesy vibes not found elsewhere, from the unique vocal performance and cadence to the electric guitar tone…

“The Rhythm King” is both bluesy and heavy, mellow and hard-hitting…it’s got a unique musical contrast that transcends genres, which makes the experience extremely unique and memorable.

The music video has some old-time-y shots that take you on a ride through a race track and some vintage cars footage…it’s a unique and interesting visual trip.

Make sure to check out Spyderhuff’s latest “The Rhythm King” and follow the band for more unique musical and lyrical experiences.

Wishing all the best to Spyderhuff.