Jun 21, 2021, 14:41

This week’s featured track on MusicRevolution.com (www.musicrevolution.com) is “Up a Hill” by Ed Bentley Music. This is a classic southern rock track with wailing slide guitar and bluesy riffs. Perfect for truck commercials and rural travel documentaries.

Up a Hill” (#00799137)


Track Description

Up a Hill” – A classic southern rock track. Wailing slide guitar, bluesy riffs, rollicking piano, and an undeniable drum groove. Perfect for truck commercials and rural travel documentaries. Influenced by musicians such as Steve Earle, Lynyrd Skynyrd, The Allman Brothers Band, and Charlie Daniels. “Up a Hill” is available in 10 different edits.

Track Metadata

Moods— Energetic, fun, inspiring

Instruments— Acoustic guitar, bass, organ, piano, synth pad

Genres—Blues, country, documentary, rock

Applications—Advertising, broadcast programming, film, on hold

Length– 3:14

About Ed Bentley Music–

EdBentleyMusicBased in East Aurora, New York, Ed Bentley composes guitar featured instrumental music. His musical style spans rock, southern rock, country, and blues. Click here to listen to more of Ed Bentley Music’s royalty-free music.

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