Rambler





Rambler
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What a difference a year makes, and never has that cliché held more truth than now for these four men that make up Rambler. In one year, Rambler has achieved more than they had in the past two. They completed their much-anticipated sophomore CD, Starting Over, achieved radio chart success by reaching #18 on the Texas Music Chart and #31 on the national New Music Weekly Chart and the run is not over. First single, “I Ain’t Drinking Any Less” still remains on the charts after thirteen weeks. Rambler released their second video and in January released Starting Over to retail. Not bad for a band that saw a lifelong friend leave the band in the winter of 2001, have both management and record label walk away and suffer through a drought of live shows. It would have been easy to quit. They had been in this business for fourteen years, touched success with their previous CD, Dreamin’, toured across America, done more, seen more than most see or do in a lifetime. But quitting was not the answer. How can it be the answer when what you do is make music? When creating music nourishes the body and mind, when it gives one the passion to perform, when it is what one does, you don’t quit. You start over. “It's plain to see where Rambler got the title for their new CD Starting Over. I have been fortunate to know this band for many years and this is the best material they have put out to date. It has certainly hit a nerve with me. That's not to say that their past records have been second rate. These guys have been putting out quality music long before most bands knew how to put three cords together. And their time spent living the hardcore life on the road playing "one-niters" shows on this album. You can feel the ease they have with each other. Starting Over also shows the colorful pallet of musical styles that makes Rambler a great band. It's everything from roots country rock on "Johnny's Gone" and the title track "Starting Over" to hardcore country you'll find in "I Ain't Drinkin Any Less", "Whiskey Song", and "Bottle of Wine and a Memory". Rambler has started over but not changed what they're about. I look forward to seeing what's next from this great band that in my opinion will always be great.” J.J Lester The Great Divide Now begins a new chapter in the lives of Tim and Dave Brown, T. C., and Matt Emmons. All now call Oklahoma home and are contributing to the long rich musical history of Oklahoma. Poised and confident, Rambler is ready to continue what they started: a commitment to the music, their fans and most of all to each other. “The hardest part is simply letting go” --Lyrics from “Starting Over”
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Average Rating : 4.1              Total Reviews: 20


Rambler  06/26/2005            
Candy Reynolds
I have traveled many miles to see these guys, they are GREAT!!! They all have become special friends to me. There music is so real and just touches real life things. I hope to see them climb up the country charts someday. Love you all Candy from Denver, CO but now Florida.....
Rambler  06/14/2005            
Vision, Albuquerque
Awesome album, Starting over, Vocals are deep and rich. lyrics are sad and heartfelt. will watch for rednecktheband
Rambler  06/14/2005            
Vision, Albuquerque
Awesome album, Starting over, Vocals are deep and rich. lyrics are sad and heartfelt. When's the next album???
Rambler  06/13/2005            
Paris, TX
It was really sad to see these guys break up. The live CD was recorded here in Paris and the guys really packed in the crowd. It is worth every dollar! We hear that Tim and Dave are back with a new band rednecktheband.com and we wish them well. Remember the folks in Paris, TX love you.
Rambler  06/13/2005            
Paris, TX
It was really sad to see these guys break up. The live CD was recorded here in Paris and the guys really packed in the crowd. It is worth every dollar! We hear that Tim and Dave are back with a new band rednecktheband.com and we wish them well. Remember the folks in Paris, TX love you.
Rambler  05/26/2005            
tlarsen
these guys are great. all of the albums are wonderful
Rambler  04/09/2005            
LoneStarMama
Blah. Fist off they can't sing, secondly they can't play. This CD is a big ol' cluster of I don't know what. If a live show is as sloppy as the album I'd rather sit home on a Friday night and listen to the joyous sounds of Tim McGraw or Kenny Chesney -- NOT. But they are better than Rambler
Rambler  04/09/2005            
keepon
lame, hokey foo foo poo poo. nashville wanna bes at their finest. and you wonder why the band broke up....cause they suck. albums lack originality and vocal talent. i would rather listen to elmer fudd sitting on a juicer for an hour than htis dribble
Rambler  04/07/2005            
csackles
This is the best heartfelt music I have heard in a long time. These guys are defineatly going to make it to the top! Can't wait to make one of the OK shows soon.
Rambler  06/15/2004            
rhiannan
I was just searching the site and started listening to these guys. They are really great. I would love for them to come to Texas sometime. Keep up your music. Good Luck!
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