A singer/songwriter duo formed in 2013 by founding members Ginger Grace and Brock Hard. Ginger's soulful, powerful voice combined with Brock's folk style and driving, sophisticated guitar create the distinct sound of Backhand Sally. Their music is an infused mix of pop, country, funk & blues blended together with memorable melodies and storytelling lyrics. Their new album, No Instructions, encompasses their uniquely blended multi-genre style. There is a hint of their many influences that include Fleetwood Mac, Earth, Wind, and Fire, Elton John, Florence & the Machine, Gary Clark Jr. , Willy Nelson, Irma Thomas, Pantera, Eric Clapton and many more, but their sound is distinctly Backhand Sally, and truly bound by no genre. Their dynamic is intense and their performances are driven by the audiences they love to connect with.
Backhand Sally's first original album was released in August 2019. They are currently in the studio working on their sophomore album due this summer, 2020.
Read their latest article in Voyage Dallas magazine here.
Their debut album "No Instructions" is available now on all streaming and download sites and features 8 brand new tracks as well at two remastered tracks. The album is a multi-genre mix of Americana, Blues, Country, Roots , and Rock!
They play all throughout the Dallas metro area and have radio play on several local stations including 97.1 The Eagle and 89.3 KNON, as well as several Independent Stations.
Listen to their single "Tragic Love"
" This track has a breezy, natural-sounding appeal to it, coming across as very catchy without sounding forced. Sonically it kind of blends a modern sound with some throwback elements, in particular, those treasured hits of the 80s. The guitar that comes in about halfway through features some nice unexpected crunch."- Exquisite Noise Records
Listen to their first single "Text You When I Drink"
"The singing is great and there are some nifty guitar licks on here as well. Plus I think the lyrics and the subject matter are vivid material that a listener would remember."-Exquisite Noise Records