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Snapshots: The Record Company @ 9:30 Club — 2/2/24

Snapshots: The Record Company @ 9:30 Club — 2/2/24
The Record Company performs at 9:30 Club on Feb. 2, 2024. (Photo by Steve Satzberg)

GRAMMY Award-nominated, Billboard-topping rockers The Record Company (TRC) are on a tour to support their fourth full-length release, The 4th Album (Round Hill Records 2023). The band dropped by 9:30 Club recently for their Roll With It Tour, and Steve Satzberg photographed the show!

The following article was adapted from a press release.

At 9:30 Club on Feb. 2, the trio performed tracks from their new record, including lead single “Talk to Me,” which reached No. 4 at AAA radio — and fan favorites “Dance On Mondays” and “Highway Lady” as well as hits from their catalog including “Off the Ground” (No. 1 on the US Billboard Alternative Songs Chart), “Rita Mae Young” (No. 12 on the Adult Alternative Songs chart), and “Baby, I’m Broken” (No. 6 on the Adult Alternative Songs chart).

Comprising vocalist/guitarist Chris Vos, bassist Alex Stiff, and drummer Marc Cazorla, TRC’s deep-rooted bond is evident in their music, akin to a supportive conversation among siblings. The 4th Album showcases this unparalleled bond further. “We know each other’s personalities on the instruments,” said Vos, emphasizing the trust that has been their secret weapon since their inception in 2011.

Watch the official lyric video for “Talk to Me” by The Record Company on YouTube:

Since their breakthrough 2016 debut album Give It Back To You, which earned a GRAMMY nomination, the band has consistently delivered chart-topping tracks and performances, including their incendiary performance at Bonnaroo which was hailed by Rolling Stone Country as “a wildly energetic show and one of the most communal experiences of the festival.”

The show even garnered them a spot on Rolling Stone’s “5 Best Country and Americana Moments.” The group has since shared the stage with such notable artists as John Mayer, BB King, Social Distortion, Bob Seger, Blackberry Smoke, and many more.

Today, more than a decade since the band formed, TRC continues to invite fans to be a part of their musical journey through their stripped back approach. “We want people to feel like they’re in the house [studio] with us, being part of this unpolished and homemade thing,” said Stiff. Cazorla added, “We embrace that space as part of the raw element. That’s what we explored on this album, and it’s beautiful. We can’t wait to bring it on the road.”

Here are some photos of The Record Company performing at 9:30 Club on Feb. 2, 2024. All pictures copyright and courtesy of Steve Satzberg.

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