Things are good nowadays, and Patrick Collum & The Law are just grateful to be in the mix. While all three members – Patrick Collum (vocals/guitar), Grey Stepp (bass/vocals), and David Cook (drums/vocals) – have their roots in Rome, GA, they now call Nashville home. Music City’s burgeoning independent scene has proven a fertile breeding ground for the band’s unique yet accessible musical approach, which has flourished amongst the passionate and supportive community of young Nashville artists. With influences spanning from Bruce Springsteen to The Band, Muddy Waters to Paul Simon, Patrick Collum & The Law’s songs will grab you. They’re songs that tell the stories of life and growth, jagged edges and all. //// Patrick Collum & The Law released their latest self-produced album, “Ramblin’ Woman,” in late January 2008. With topics ranging from restlessness to faith, the ebbing and flowing of relationships to the beauty of creation, optimism in the face of adversity to love for the angels of our respective pasts, “Ramblin’ Woman” is refreshing in its honesty and its acceptance of the rough patches that come from living. And the harmonies just might break your heart. //// Patrick Collum & The Law are truly carving out their own unique place in the musical landscape. Take a listen, and decide for yourself…
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