Zac Williams and The Reformation hanno pubblicato due album stupendi tra il 2009 e il 2011,
Electric Revival e A Southern Offering.
Due esempi di ottimo Southern Rock contemporaneo, infarcito di atmosfere rock/soul anni '70 di grande atmosfera.
Il leader Zac Williams in seguito ha intrapreso un nuovo progetto musicale.
Due album bellissimi da recuperare e rivalutare, consigliati assolutamente a tutti gli appassionati di Southern Rock e dintorni.
Zach Williams and The Reformation have entered into southern rock scene with a bang. In little over a year, they have released excellent debut album, Electric Revival, played all over United States and are heading to tour Europe early next year.
Zach Williams and The Reformation are based in Jonesboro, Arkansas and rose from the ashes of local band, Further Down in 2008. They have quickly risen to one of the most exciting new bands to emerge into southern rock scene. The band features Zach Williams on vocals and acoustic guitar, Red Dorton on Bass, John Keathley on drums, Josh Copeland and Robby Rigsbee on guitars.
Band entered into Young Avenue Studios in Tennessee late 2008 and came out with debut album, Electric Revival which was released in April 2009. Music somewhat resembles The Black Crowes at first, but then you’ll notice the juicy guitar licks and the voice of Zach Williams. His vocals are mature beyond his years and the whole band stands out as first class musicians.
You can feel the original 70's southern rock vibe that is present throughout the album. On highlight of the album, Angel With A Broken Wing, North Mississippi Allstars guitarist Luther Dickenson also lends a helping hand and all in all the whole record is like a wet dream come true for southern rock fans.
( from PureSouthernRock.com )