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Award-Winning Rock Band – the Happy Curmudgeons Release Remarkable New Track “Rustic Glory”

Award-Winning Rock Band - the Happy Curmudgeons Release Remarkable New Track "Rustic Glory"
The Happy Curmudgeons accentuate a classic Rock feel alongside a vibrant new outlook, with their much-awaited newest release

A new side to Rock, Happy Curmudgeons newest drop, “Rustic Glory” is an impassioned and expressive new single for audiences to enjoy. Forming one key part of their second album, “2nd Chances”, “Rustic Glory” features several talented musicians who have come together to charm listeners.

A brainchild of artist Dave Hamilton, the Happy Curmudgeons came to life in 2015 and caught steam early on with the release of their first album, “Meant 2 Be” in 2017. The newest drop by the band, “Rustic Glory” has been penned by Dave Hamilton, who wrote the music and lyrics for the song.

The new track also features Dave Hamilton on lead vocals and guitar. Meanwhile, Billy Cox from the Band of Gypsys plays the bass, alongside Bobby Balderrama of the Question Mark & The Mysterians on guitar, Jim Moose Brown from the Bob Seger Band on the Hammond B3 organ, and Detroit Music Award winner Todd Glass on drums.

“Rustic Glory” also features acclaimed producer Mark Byerly, who has played with the likes of Bob Seger and Justin Timberlake, along with engineers Josh Ford and Joel Bunkowske. Underlining the experience of remembering a loved one who has passed away with fondness and affection, the new track is a poignant and moving tribute for listeners.

The Happy Curmudgeons have already released three songs in support of their next album, “2nd Chances”. The single features vocalist, Amy Dixon-Lavery, who won Best Americana Song at the 2020 W.A.M. music awards. Their last release, “I Know How You Feel”, won second place as the 2021 Best Americana Song at the 2021 W.A.M. music awards. The band features several studio musicians alongside four core members, Dave Hamilton, Amy Dixon-Lavery, Jeff Warner and Tumbleweed.

Listeners can look for “Rustic Glory” at their favorite streaming sites on July 1st, 2022! Check out the band’s website and their Facebook page for new and current news. The band can be contacted at [email protected] for further information.


Based in Detroit, The Happy Curmudgeons are a Rock/Americana band that has curated its own distinctive identity. Founded by Dave Hamilton in 2015, the vibrant group released their first album, “Meant 2 Be” in 2017, setting the course for an admirable musical career.

Working with gifted producer, Mark Byerly, on their second album titled, “2nd Chances”, The Happy Curmudgeons hope to grow their presence in the industry. Through the release of their single, “2nd Chances” off the album, at the end of 2019, the group has displayed bedazzling artistic expression. The group has also worked alongside a series of incredible guest musicians on their last four songs, “2nd Chances”, “Jack Russell”, “I Know How You Feel” and their newest drop: “Rustic Glory”.

With artists such as Billy Cox, Bobby Balderrama, Jim Moose Brown, Pepe Espinosa, Todd Glass, Rick Beamon and Vaughn Mortimer, the Happy Curmudgeons new album is a splendid work of art. The group aims to have a second album out by the end of 2022. They also plan to do a limited release of vinyl as they continue to work with Third Man Records in Detroit.  The band’s artwork is done by Pauly M. Everett.









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City: Detroit
State: Michigan
Country: United States

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