Introducing Righteous Hillbillies Trio

The Righteous Hillbillies will be playing shows in 2020 as a full band in addition to a new trio including members, Brent James, Jeff Bella and Andy Ross.

The Righteous Hillbillies Trio will be playing stripped down versions of Righteous…


RH New Album Now Available!

The Righteous Hillbillies new record Playing With Fire is now available for purchase on download exclusively here on our site. We believe this record is our finest effort to date. The album contains 9 diverse original songs covering the musical…


Razor Fish Reviews "Two Wheels Down a Lost Highway"

The Righteous Hillbillies - Two Wheels Down a Lost Highway 

It’s a bit incongruous that such a dyed in the wool blues rock band like The Righteous Hillbillies hail from the comparatively sedate confines of the Midwest, but you’ll…


Righteous Hillbillies Interview - Vents Magazine

1. How would you classify your music? 
Righteous Hillbillies music is a mixture of Southern Rock and Americana. 

2. Who are some of your top 5 musical influences?  
Steve Earle, Lynryd Skynyrd, Allman Brothers, Doors, Stevie Ray Vaughan and…

Indie Music Review of "Two Wheels Down a Lost Highway"

Indie Music Review
by Lance Wright 

The fourth album from Midwestern based blues rockers The Righteous Hillbillies, Two Wheels Down a Lost a Highway, is another entry in a growing discography that has earned this five piece a reputation as…

Review from Vents Magazine of "Two Wheels Down a Lost Highway"

Vents Magazine
by Lydia Hillenburg

The fourth album from Illinois based blues and Southern rock disciples Righteous Hillbillies marks a reinforcement of their traditional approach to songwriting and music making while still offering many examples of their talent for making…

Divide and Conquer reviews “Two Wheels Down a Lost Highway”  

Brent James (vocals/guitar), Barret Harvey (drums), Jeff Bella (bass), Nick Normando (guitar/vocals) and Chris Bartley (keys/vocals) are the Righteous Hillbillies. They recently released Two Wheels Down A Lost Highway and if you take a look at the band they look…

Roots Time (Belgium) reviews "Two Wheels Down a Lost Highway" 

In fairness we must say that we are at the first sight of the five members of the American band "Righteous Hillbillies" in Joliet, Illinois were immediately convinced that this was about a classic country band, especially by the present…