The Reverent Cavaliers Set to Unveil 2 New Singles

The Reverent Cavaliers are more than excited to share news of their upoming musical projects with their fans and the world at large.
The rock band is set to drop two brand new singles in the coming weeks, both of which are special in their own way and are sure to resonate with a lot of people out there. One of the tracks is what the band leader descibed as an "interstate, motorcycle love song" and the other song is one about childhood memories.
​"The Reverent Cavaliers are very excited about our next radio releases. The 1st is a song called '120'. It's basically an 'interstate, motorcycle love song'.
"The following release will be called 'Candy Coated Dreams' which touches on childhood memories. Our good friend, Jim Hayslett helped with the lyrics on both songs.
"Jim says song-writing has been great therapy for his PTSD. We also had some lyrical help from English talent, Liam Golder on Candy Coated Dreams. Liam has several projects coming out including his band Silent Machines", said Rick Hammond, founder of the group.

The Reverent Cavaliers band has been charting on radio stations all over the world with their releases over the past year and they expect no less of their two new singles!
"​Since Jan 2017 our songs have charted monthly on radio stations around the world.  And on the Canadian streaming channel, Whoozl we've had as many as 3 songs in their top 25 at one time", he said.

Apart from the new songs, Rick was also happy to announce his newly found duties,  those of identifying talent!
"Besides writing, producing, & performing with The Reverent Cavaliers Rick is now helping Selective Records find talent and is very excited about the recent signing of Phillip Clyde Bernier", said Hammond.

Founder of the group, Rick Hammond has been writing songs and performing live for… well, many moons.
Rick and his brother, Tim’s band worked the local bar scene in South Carolina with the likes of Hootie & the Blowfish. In 1990 they moved to California’s Sunset Strip to build on the success of their original hard rock band. After signing a management deal, and garnering some impressive spins on CMJ’s radio charts they moved to Nashville. Circa 2003, with the help of family & friends Rick launched an indie record label for their Christian rock band, REV21 along with several other artists.

The band recorded two full albums produced by one of Billboard magazine’s top recognized producers, Alan Shacklock (Jeff Beck, Sugar Ray, The Alarm, Meatloaf). Their label soon gained distribution through Sony.
After earning some critical acclaim for their efforts Rick found himself pursuing music alone. Undeterred, he redefined his song writing and live presentation, and began co-producing his own recordings.

At this point Rick’s wife, Trish began singing BGV and their massively talented nephew, Dustin joined on drums. Their musical influences vary widely, and they enjoy song writing in multiple styles though their main style is Rock. Lyrically the band try to keep things on the positive tip for the most part.

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