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Jules & The Howl’s Cover of Jimi Hendrix’s “All Along the Watchtower” Reviewed by Sam Henson from Band of Coyotes

LA up-and-comers “Jules & the Howl” take you on a remarkable journey in their rendition of Jimi Hendrix’s, “All Along the Watchtower,” instilling their own grandeur, grit, and grace into a timeless classic. Jules’ fiery voice rings into your ears – and rips into your soul – making you feel like she is singing directly to you on a concert stage in a time where coronavirus no longer exists.

The steady staccato of drums and guitar are as tight as coiled spring, which accents Jules vocals incredibly well, until bursting into Jimi’s ageless guitar solos – providing a soothing resolve to the built-up tension.

Jules & the Howl beautifully brought their own voice and originality to a song that is nearly impossible to cover. This is only the first of many extraordinary songs that they will perform and record together on the horizon.

You can listen to this album on Spotify


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Jules & the Howl brings classic rock and blues roots to the Los Angeles music scene. With theatrical larger-than-life performances that embody the spirit of 60s-70s rock, Jules & the Howl inspire a communal atmosphere of cathartic liberation.

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Band of Coyotes came together as vagabond songwriters who drifted into California’s diverse music scene and began blending their sounds and stories into a unique mix of rock, folk, and blues.

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