Origin: Wisconsin, USA
Genres: Hard Rock, Blues Rock, Groove
Years active: 2017-present
Bourbon House is a hard rock, blues rock, and psychedelic groove rock band from Wisconsin. Their self-titled EP was released in 2017 and their sophomore album, WILD ABANDON, was released in 2018.
Their single "Devil on My Heels" hit the airwaves on May 2, 2019 and quickly gained traction on rock radio stations around the world, reaching number 1 on the Independent Charts in Australia and number 2 on the Independent Charts in the UK. They've been featured in multiple publications, including Classic Rock Magazine for which they won the track of the week poll,
Vents Magazine, Pure Grain Audio, and received a shout out endorsement from Eddie Trunk on Trunk Nation.
In November of 2019, they recorded their third album at the legendary Rustbelt Studios in Detroit, MI with producer, Steve Lehane. A release date is planned for early 2020.
Vocal: Lacey Crowe
Guitar: Jason Clark
Drums: Ryan Sargent
Bass: Aric (Skeek) Chilcote
Bourbon House (EP)
WILD ABANDON (LP)
Devil on My Heels (single)
“Congratulations Bourbon House! And hats off to Stevie D and Mini Simmons for quality second and third place tunes. Now, get stuck into this new lot then vote for your favourite at the foot of this page. But first it's over to last week's champions...”
“Expect delicious spadefuls of Heart, Led Zeppelin and Janis Joplin with this gnarly blues rock number from Wisconsin rockers Bourbon House. Spearheaded by smoky-yet-strident siren Lacey Crowe, it's the kind of music that doesn't know whether to flirt with you or kick you in the teeth – and we mean that in a good way.”
“You got the blues today? Well, we hope so because we’re premiering the new single “Devil On My Heels” from blues, roots rock band Bourbon House. The song is driven by the gritty crooning of the four-piece’s charismatic frontwoman Lacey Crowe, along with the slide guitar talents of Jason Clark and hard-hitting drumming of the John Bonham-like Ryan Sargent.”
"They pull that off thanks to the awesome guitar work of Jason Clark, the solid drum work of Ryan Sargent and the stellar vocal by Lacey Crowe."
“Mainly heavy in the way it should be, Yet We Run is an interesting acoustic [core guitar] with deeper vocal from LC and her overdub that showcases the band stepping outside the generic too, and I particularly like this one. Opener Burn them Bones makes no bones about featuring the singing above its riffs, and that is where the album consistently sips its bourbon muse.”
“Bourbon House derives major influence from retro sounds, especially 70s hard rock and groove. They gave us a behind-the-scenes look into how they come up with their musical gems...”
“Bourbon House brings back Rock ‘N Roll to the nitty gritty sound that we came to love: the distortion, the power chords, the heavy riffs, the angst in the vocals, the list can go on.”