Straight out of (one of) those beloved Twin Cities, The Right Here has been doling out their rowdy brand of rock’n’roll since 2010.
Embracing a style similar, and kindred to beloved bands such as Lucero, Drag the River, Old 97’s, Avail, The Bottle Rockets, Red City Radio, and home town brothers The Replacements.
The Right Here debuted their first full length, All Herky Jerky, in 2012. Not long after, founding members Lewis Miller and Luke Lecheler
solidified the current lineup with the addition of drummer Ryan Haasch and bassist Adam Peterson.
They have since shared the stage with a variety of talent, including Tim Barry, Two Cow Garage, Nato Coles and the Blue Diamond Band, and Masked Intruder. The Right Here sees the fruits of their non-stop efforts paid off with the completion of their second full length, Stick To The Plan.
The Right Here have created their own sound that fits in perfectly with the current punk rock’n’roll scene that’s happening in Minneapolis right now. Songs including the thundering, foot stomping, barn burners “Judge Me When I’m Sober”, “Seattle, Breathe”, “If This Land Isn’t My Land” and lead off single & video “Leaving For A Reason” are the perfect combination of punk, blue collar rock, and alt-country that will make your music loving heart pitter-patter with excitement. Soak on up the somber, hauntingly, beautiful suds of “Drunk and Rolling Around” followed by the heart-felt stunner “Leaving for a Reason” and you will find yourself immersed in true, pure, rock and roll from the Heartland.
Recorded in 2015 with Andy Mathison at Immortal Audio,
Stick To The Plan will be released as a double label album in June of 2016. Vinyl will be available via Throwing Things Records (St.&Louis), while Rum Bar Records (Boston via Astoria) is heading up the CDs.
released June 10, 2016
Adam Peterson – Bass, Back Up Vocals
Ryan Haasch – Drums
Luke Lecheler – Lead Guitar, Vocals
Lewis Miller – Rhythm Guitar, Vocals
Rum Bar Records is turning into one of the absolute best labels for real rock and roll these days, if you haven't gotten hip to that trip. It's the boss sound from the Boss-town." - Bill Kelly, Bill Kelly's Teenage Wasteland WFMU
supported by 6 fans who also own “Stick To The Plan "the nice price"”
Beer! Fun! Shapely ladies! Load up the woodie and head to the beach with this super tasty can of Beach Boys-meets-Ramones suds. Nostalgic? Sure. Fun as a beach bunny after a six-pack? YOU BETCHA!!!! Good Stuff! thedoggboy