The Walkervilles Are 'Stone Strolling'
Always partial to a good old helping of rock'n'soul, Windsor, Ontario based three-piece The Walkervilles have more than proved their ability to satiate our musical appetite. Inspired by the across-the-water-influence of Detroit's Motown and rock'n'roll legacy, singer Pat Robitaille, bassist Michael Hargreaves and drummer Stefan Cvetkovic have crafted a brand of smooth-groovin' rock, r'n'b and soul that sways and swaggers with a funky, soul-soothing sophistication. With numerous festivals and several Canadian tours under their belt, as well as opening for the Tedeschi Trucks Band and stopping by SXSW, the trio released the Willie Nelson-studio recorded 'Soul Brothers' EP earlier in the year. Here manifesting their effortless, soulfully funkified ability to lay down an addictively struttin' groove, the honeyed soul of singer Robitaille's voice croons with a breezy nonchalance as 'Stone Strolling' rolls jauntily over images of their first trip to London.