Rollys Syndicate 5 piece band musically highly educated, pro-sounding band (own PA and high-end gear) is an ORIGINAL Soul / Funk band from Birmingham, UK.
This band has played at many great live music venues and supported the two times Grammy awarded Soul II Soul at Hull City Hall.
5 Piece ‘live’ organic and original band UK. Tribute bands and functions bands and tribute bands and function bands everywhere but hey, ORIGINAL bands still do exist!
This is a self-funded Soul / Funk band with a setlist combining a few interesting covers played in their own style – something that promoters always ask – play some covers – so they do it in their own style! Now available with Blues Collision option – duo or full band.
Soul Funk Band – Rollys Syndicate
Rolly became impressed by the story of the Blues and its transformation from its origins, right up to the modern era.
He also learnt a lot about Blues music at University (he graduated as a Music Producer at Staffordshire University). Currently, he loves the challenge of composing music, which has his own take on Blues but, at the same time still conforms to blues ‘rules’.
For Rolly from Rollys Syndicate, it is more about his sheer love for Blues music which began when first started learning to play the guitar. The more he played Blues and listened to the music of great Blues artists, the more he became hooked.
For Amera, her lyrics are all about emotion. She has always allowed emotions to drive her music and lyrics and finds it more difficult to write a song if she can’t ‘feel’ the emotion behind it.
All songs on the album tell a story, some of sadness and regret (as is typical of original Blues songs) but also a different kind of Blues – a yearning for ‘something’ or merely an emotion, such as love that is so desperate, it is almost painful.
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