Bud Carroll was born to rock ‘n’ roll.
Born an old gypsy soul in a house full of vinyl records in West Virginia, Carroll began playing guitar at 8, and was playing music three nights a week in clubs by the time he was 13.
By his early ’20s, Carroll, who plays guitar, drums, keyboards, cello, organ, bass and pedal steel, was an integral part of American Minor, a rock band signed to Jive Records and that toured the U.S., sharing the stage with such acts as The Allman Brothers, Tom Petty, Los Lobos, Drive-By Truckers, Gov’t Mule, Robert Randolph and the Family Band and John Fogerty to name a few.
Now 26, Multi-Insturrmentalist Carroll is a bonified studio whiz, penning and brewing his own unique brand of bluesy pop and funk-filled, indie southern rock, distilled out of the hills of West Virginia.
Bud Carroll and The Southern Souls – What Ever Gets You Through The Night
Bud Carroll and The Southern Souls – You Don’t Have to Walk Alone