Charlie Overbey - “Champagne, Cocaine, Cadillacs and Cash”

Charlie Overbey has lived in California his whole life, though his songs are deeply rooted in the eternal traditions of the American South. After years of touring the world with acts ranging from David Allan Coe and Blackberry Smoke to Social Distortion and Motorhead, the artist gradually accumulated a collection of introspective original songs that transcend the endless rock & roll party, taking a stark, undeniably honest look at some of life's most harrowing experiences. The result is Charlie Overbey's latest album, Broken Arrow.

Check out his single titled "Champagne, Cocaine, Cadillacs and Cash." The song was produced by Charlie Overbey and mixed by Ted Hutt. I love the arrangement and the mood of the song, enjoyable from start to finish thanks to catchy vocals (I love the backing vocals!) and inspired guitar lines. You can listen to it by clicking on the official lyric video below (very well made as well), and don't forget to follow Charlie Overbey on social media.

Giovanni Gagliano

Passionate about music I wrote my first article for "Given To Rock" in 2012, reaching now 30K global followers. I am also a musician, gigging around London.

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