What is it about Atlanta Georgia's Soulhound that makes them so special? Maybe it's because in a sea of interchangeable, cookie cutter bands and music, Soulhound creates music that just doesn't sound like everyone else's.
Soulhound has been described as 'part James Brown funk, part Stevie Wonder soul, with the lyrical voice of Robert Bradley, all thrown in with some groovin' bass lines and powerful guitars.' Clearly Soulhound are inspired disciples of the guitar-driven R&B, Soul and greasy Funk of the late sixties and seventies. Their influences range from the Meters, Tower of Power and Parliament/Funkadelic to Graham Central Station, Jimi Hendrix and Steely Dan. With their unique brand of song-based, groove-oriented music, the band has become a crossroads where fans of all these genera can meet and get their groove on.
Soulhound has played all over the Southeast and has shared the stage with both national and regionally touring groups like RAQ, Tinsley Ellis, Ancient Harmony, Cadillac Jones, Donna Hopkins Band, Yo Mama's Big Fat Booty Band and Mile 8.
Nominated Atlanta's top local band 2006 by the Atlanta Journal Constitution & Access Atlanta and winners of the 2004 Terrapin Beer Company's 'Rye Pale Ale Battle of the Bands'