Torn Rhythms music is being heard and enjoyed all over the world on all the popular streaming platforms. The five piece band has been featured in A&R Magazine and has received high marks for their honest approach to music.
A mix of Original and "Classic Rock" favorites, is loved by everyone who loves good 'Rock and roll.'
Family friendly, suited for all venues. "Torn Rhythms" performs "Original Music" and "Classic Rock."
Just Google "Torn Rhythms" and enjoy the music.
We will be sharing the stage with some amazing talent, June 11th, hope to see you there.
The fun starts at 4:00 PM Torn Rhythms (Classic Rock and Originals) followed by Carson Peters, (Bluegrass) Crawford and Power, (Country) and Parmalee (Country)
The event stage will be near the monument in downtown Lebanon, near the middle school,
Parking areas will be marked and shuttles will be provided to get you to the stage.
People who enjoy outdoor concerts will really love The Big Glades venue in downtown Wise, VA.! The Town of Wise hosts one of the regions best music festival, with entertainment ranging from Southern Rock, Rhythm and Blues, and everything in between. Click the Pic for more information, Hope to see you all there.
Torn Rhythms Project is an indie rock act based in Southwest Virginia, and is available for "Live Performances" at your venue, festival, fair or club
"TORN RHYTHMS" is an honest music experience all about putting out true stories that most of us can relate to.
A&R Factory 28 August 2021 Llewelyn Screen
”Songwriter Chuck Gillispie (Vocals, Guitars) started the “Torn Rhythms Project” in 2017 when he teamed up with long time band mate Tom Hale (Singer, Songwriter & Keyboards) and on May 25th of that year “Cry” was released. In late 2019 Chuck and Tom started writing and recording in preparation for the 2020 "Festival Season," that was unfortunately canceled due to the Covid Pandemic.
The "Torn Rhythms Project,"
Combines "Classic Rock" with Original music that has a honest "blue collar" sound, that will remind you of "Tom Petty," "Rolling Stones," early "Bob Dylan," "The Byrds," as well as many other artist of the 60's/ 70's Era, with a modern feel and excitement.
Starting out, the idea of living the road band life was the last thing on our minds. After we did all the local gigs, we realized the only way for us to evolve as a band was to hit the road. Over the next five years, we logged thousands of gigs — with the occasional festival appearance — in cities across the country. Our time on the road proved crucial in shaping our sound.
Today's music A&R departments rely on social media when determining what bands to place in festivals and fairs. So please help us out by following us on Facebook & Youtube. I understand it's not really fair but that's the way it's done, A pretty girl showing a lot of skin will get hundreds of thousands of followers, without needing an ounce of talent, such is the music business now, Musicians that spends thousands of hours crafting their music means next to nothing anymore. Most so called musicians are no more than a laptop with songs created using loops and samples of other peoples music. As long as they are popular, they get the larger shows. Why not follow a real groups of musician songwriters and help them get the recognition they deserve.
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Torn Rhythms Music
P.O. Box 864 Cedar Bluff, Virginia. 24609
Copyright © 2022 Chuck Gillispie/ Sound Muse Records & Publishing. Torn Rhythms name and Logo are ™ of Chuck Gillispie & Tom Hale.
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