Trent Beaver is known as a talented and versatile singer/songwriter, throughout his hometown of Portland, Oregon. Over the past few years he has released singles, EPs and his popular full-length 2016 album “Ghost.” Both as a solo artist and with his band The Damage, Trent has carved a unique niche in popular music that lands somewhere between Acoustic Pop, Southern Rock and Americana.
“Ramblin Kinda Man” is the brand new single from Trent Beaver & The Damage, released worldwide to all major streaming services. A swampy Americana jam, the song brings to mind similar honky tonk rockers from the likes of Steve Earle or early Ryan Adams. The track opens on some slick acoustic Blues guitar. Soon the band kicks in for what starts off with a Mountain Music vibe. However, as the track progresses The Damage crank up their amps.
As the band builds their slow boil, Trent Beaver tells a story about fathers and sons. Like a Country ‘Cat’s in the Cradle’ with way cooler music, the song tells of the parallel lives lived by two generations of men in one family. It is an emotionally powerful narrative delivered by a band that knows how to pack a punch. Eventually, the song builds from its humble Bluegrass beginnings to a powerhouse Arena Rock finale.
Check out “Ramblin Kinda Man” below. You can also hear the song on the Deep Indie Songwriters playlist, or listen on your favorite streaming service. Follow the links below to connect with Trent Beaver & The Damage. Get on their socials and get in the loop on all of the current and future projects from these Pacific Northwest rockers.