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The Suffers are an American soul and R&B group from Houston, Texas. The band consists of Kam Franklin (lead vocals), Adam Castaneda (bass guitar), Kevin Bernier (guitar), Jon Durbin (trumpet), Michael Razo (trombone), Jose Luna (percussion), Patrick Kelly (keyboards), and Nick Zamora (drums). They were formed in 2011
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Recorded At – Wire Road Studios. Recorded At – Church House Studios. Recorded At – Converse Rubber Tracks Studio, Austin, TX. Mixed At – Church House Studios. Mixed At – Hoover Sound Studio. Mastered At – Dave McNair Mastering. Band – Adam Castaneda, Alex Zamora, Cory Wilson (2), Jon Durbin, Jose Luna, Kam Franklin, Kevin Bernier (2), Michael Razo, Nick Zamora, Patrick Kelly. Design – Kendall McCarley, Richard McCarley
Houston based soul, funk band The Suffers have released their self-titled debut album via Rhyme or Reason Records. The LP features ten songs, covering 44 minutes. You can stream the full album above, via this site. The ten-piece collective deliver songs that are rich in influences, from soul to funk to Latin. The Suffers deliver a breezy reggae touch for "Good Day" with Latin influences, and "Stay" demonstrates the band's musical diversity to incorporate old-school Southern soul with hints of ska. "The Giver" is perhaps The Suffers' most impressive track, finding Kam Franklin baring it all vocally, and allowing the band to stretch out on their instruments while being able to shift their rhythm on a dime. After The Suffers amazing performance on The Late Show with David Letterman last year, Letterman enthusiastically said, "If you can't do this, get.
The Suffers are a pretty great band based on their debut album, but just as importantly, given that they produced and released this set themselves, they're savvy enough to know how to present themselves in a way that works to their advantage. The Suffers have a bright future ahead of them if this first effort is any indication of their capabilities.