Interview, Podcast

Caffeine, Dreams, & Love w/ The Gasoline Gypsies (Podcast)

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As fresh sounding as they are retro, the Gasoline Gypsies evoke the spirit of rock and roll …it’s music that helps us forget our cares, free our souls, and discover pieces of ourselves behind the eyes, and in the hearts of the ones we love.

Their original songs feature unifying, foot-stomping anthems, that inspire their multi-generational audience to sing along to the sounds  of fine vintage southern rock, rolled around in the grand ol’ grit of the Motor City…it’s music that moves …

In the last few years, the Gypsies have racked up five Detroit Music Awards, been deemed one of the “Three Best Unsigned Bands in the USA” by JBL,  and voted Best Original Rock Band in the 2018 WDIV Local 4 Detroit Viewers Poll. They are garnering regular radio airplay outside the Midwest, most notably in the Triangle markets of North and South Carolina. 

The Vagabundos, the Gypsies multi-generational, highly active, extremely colorful, and loyal fan tribe, are a driving force behind the band, accompanying them wherever their music flows. 

Managed by Jack Hunger, The Gasoline Gypsies are made up by Caleb Malooley, Steve Briere, Joe Makowski, and Neal Love. 

When I hear the word “Gypsy” I think of a wandering soul, traversing space and time to discover his or herself in the people, places, and natural wonders which make life worth living.

If gasoline fuels a great journey, then dreams fuel the impossible and I really like the notion of what becomes possible when we do it together.

A band is a family and The Gasoline Gypsies, are my family band. Just in case you were listening for one, This Is A Good Sound.

The Gasoline Gypsies | Vintage inspired rock & roll with a blues and southern-rock flair.

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