REVIEW album Heavy Drunk You Don't Know Me

Heavy Drunk's Melodic New Release On A Mission To Restore Little Zion Missionary Baptist Church

You Don't Know Me

Heavy Drunk

The musical mastery of Heavy Drunk is no secret. Their boldly rhythmic sound is now being channeled for a greater purpose - to restore the Little Zion Missionary Baptist Church and honor the memory of Blues Legend Robert Johnson.

Their newest release, a powerful and alluring 12-track record ‘You Don’t Know Me’, is an immaculate combination of contemporary and past influences. Featuring powerhouse musicians such as the Deltaz Brothers, Roy Agee, Alison Prestwood, and Etta Britt, each song offers an incomparable level of creative genius. Captivating melodies and skillfully layered components come together to create a masterpiece, evoking the spirit of icons such as Al Green, Tedeschi-Trucks, and the Marcus King Band.

To support this cause, all proceeds from ‘You Don’t Know Me’ will go towards preserving the Little Zion Missionary Baptist Church and restoring Robert Johnson’s grave. Lead single, “You Don’t Know Me”, sets the tone for the album – one of soulful depth and contagiously captivating music. Crafted by Heavy Drunk and Grammy winning Casey Wasner, this record is a dynamic and innovative addition to their already acclaimed body of work. Experience the truly awe-inspiring sound of Heavy Drunk’s ‘You Don’t Know Me’, and make a difference while you do it.