Phil Mitchell Band’s most recent album “Crossroads” takes listeners to a journey starting with the early immigrants to the present and building a better future by understanding the problems the nation faces today. The creators of the album aim to highlight the glorious past of the Nation and the struggles that bore fruit when America earned its place as the greatest nation on earth, the artists also seek to draw the listener’s focus to the problem the nation faces currently such as the economic conditions and National Debt. —
In a recent review of the CrossRoads album by Beach Sloth, the work was defined as “a glorious potpourri of sounds” due to the use of different genres of music in the album, including country to rock with distinctive memorable vocals the Phil Mitchell Band.
Thomas Jefferson: “Our greatest happiness does not depend on the condition of life in which chance has placed us, but is always the result of a good conscience, good health, occupation, and freedom in all just pursuits.”
Songs from the album also carry the message of learning from America’s history to shape a better future, the track “Still Believe” talks about the Native Americans, Civil Rights Movement, and Religious Freedom, furthermore the songs “Hope” a classical music track and “I Believe in You” have been created to inspire hope for the future of the nation and the coming generations.
“Crossroads” is a musical journey of America and America’s core value is freedom taking the album along on journey through the country or the next summer vacation across the nation will feed the forthcoming Independence Day spirit and have a better sense of the freedoms Americans enjoy. The musicians behind the album believe that the songs “Come with me”;” By River” and “Ride the Bus” are great for that summer vacation.
Finally one of the most appreciated songs of the album White Horse Rider that is about George Washington commander-in-chief of the Continental Army and the first American president, asks the listeners a thought provoking question: “Where are they?” inquiring about the people and the spirit of the children, soldiers and people who fought and struggled alongside George Washington. The Washington Memorial in National Mall in Washington, D.C is an embodiment of the greatness of the nation’s first and greatest president. Many citizens wish George Washington could come today to lead and steer the nation once again out of the turmoil it faces today.
About us: Members: Phil Mitchells Band is a multi-genre band from Chicago. The band members include: Singers: Jammie Bosstel and Laura Anatolia Lead Guitar: Kevin Branigan Background singer: Marc VanPatten Drums: Jimmy Colford & Chad Ewerth Bass: Terry Greg Keys: Phil Mitchell, piano, organ and synths.
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Release ID: 81619