Sunday Valley

Sunday Valley’s album To The Wind And On To Heaven “serve[s] as an airtight trek through the at once intimate and universal landscape of soulful bluegrass, rock, and roots music. There are some who might argue that Sunday Valley’s unique sonic blend and delivery defies genre. John Sturgill Simpson, on guitar and lead vocals, agrees that the band comes from a range of influences, ‘But I think the thing that grounds our sound more than anything, is as soon as I open my mouth it’s gonna sound country or hillbilly…so there’s always a core root country sound.'” —Bianca Spriggs, ACE Weekly

‎”I really don’t know what to say here, except that Sunday Valley was the best live band I discovered in 2011, and very possibly might be the best live band right now in all of country music. I know that may come across as a platitude, but I believe it, and to try and use words to describe their live experience almost seems insulting; you just have to experience it yourself. Sturgill Simpson is country’s version of Jimi Hendrix or Stevie Ray Vaughan. Mark my words, 2012 might be the year of Sunday Valley.” —The Triggerman, Saving Country Music

Sunday Valley is:

John Sturgill Simpson (guitars, lead vocals)
Kevin Black (bass guitar, piano, vocals)
Edgar Purdom (drums, percussion)

Also check out Sunday Valley’s official website and Facebook pages

Audio Recording, Engineering, and Mixing by Duane Lundy at Shangri-la Studios
Videography and Photography by Richie Wireman
Video Editing by Jennifer Miller


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