VIDEO OF THE WEEK: GEORGIA THUNDERBOLTS 'CAN I GET A WITNESS'





Georgian Southern Rock 5 piece The Georgia Thunderbolts have released their brand new video for their brilliant new single Can I Get A Witness. The song represents "overcoming the obstacles in life," vocalist TJ Lyle explains. "Everybody has their ups and downs, but it's how you persevere and prosper through adversity that shows your true colors. Can I Get A Witness is a statement that goes out to anyone who has the desire and faith in themselves and others to be successful.”

The Georgia Thunderbolts have just unveiled a smoldering new track off their upcoming full-length, Can We Get A Witness, out October 15th via Mascot Records/Mascot Label Group The song, Can I Get A Witness, represents "overcoming the obstacles in life," vocalist TJ Lyle explains. "Everybody has their ups and downs, but it's how you persevere and prosper through adversity that shows your true colors. Can I Get A Witness is a statement that goes out to anyone who has the desire and faith in themselves and others to be successful."


Ushering in a new generation of classic southern rock steeped in soul and the blues, The Georgia Thunderbolts have already been called “timeless” by American Songwriter, “your new favorite southern rock band” by Classic Rock, and proof that “southern rock continues to thrive in the 21st century” by Rolling Stone. “We’re going for that timeless and classic sound with a modern twist and newer attitude,” exclaims TJ. “We all grew up on rock music,” guitarist Riley Couzzourt adds. “If I could think of three words to describe us, they would be ‘Hardworking, Determined, and Humble.’” Drummer Bristol Perry grins, “If I could think of three words, they would be ‘Rock And Roll.’”


Whether it be on the banks of the Mississippi River or deep in the heart of the English countryside, rock ‘n’ roll lives, breathes, and burns on the outskirts. Hailing from Rome, GA at the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, The Georgia Thunderbolts’ debut album features their scorching signature style steeped in soulful southern swagger, blistering blues, and raw rock. With a wide swath of inspirations, ranging from southern gospel and Hank Williams to Merle Haggard, Neil Young, Little Feat, Ozzy Osbourne, and Lynyrd Skynyrd, the band cut their teeth performing with everyone from The Allman Betts Band, and Blackberry Smoke to Kentucky Headhunters & Black Stone Cherry. Shortly after, they hit the iconic Barrick Recording Studio in Glasgow, KY to record with producer Richard Young.



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