7Horse is an American rock and blues duo that formed in 2011 which consists of Phil Leavitt (songwriter, drummer, lead vocals) and Joie Calio (songwriter, guitars, bass, vocals).  The band is perhaps best known for their song “Meth Lab Zoso Sticker” which was featured in Martin Scorsese’s film “The Wolf of Wall Street,” in the second trailer for the film, and on the films soundtrack.

7Horse began as a hypothetical: What if, longtime band mates Joie Calio and Phil Leavitt thought, we bury our musical past and see if we can discover rock n’ roll’s ground zero?

This question inevitably lead to the release of their debut 2011 album “Let The 7Horse Run.”  The group would later follow this album up with their 2014 release, “Songs for a Voodoo Wedding.”

7Horse started off with Calio and Leavitt exchanging riffs, lyrics, and song sketches via Iphone from their homes in Seattle and Los Angeles.  The duo eventually met and blew through their studio time together recording one song per day. Eventually they released “Let The 7Horse Run,” and in order to support the album, they piled into a van and toured the United States going state to state.  All the while, they listened to country and blues classics as they traveled to help set the feel and mood around which their music stems.

With a unique sound that pulses with elements of country, blues, and rock, 7Horse is an act that has begun to gain attention within the blues/rock scene.  Check out some of their biggest hits below and if you like what you hear, be sure to pick up their 2014 album “Songs for a Voodoo Wedding.”

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