Track: Robert Jon And The Wreck – Give Love

Adam Kennedy

Robert Jon & The Wreck have shared another teaser of their eagerly awaited album, ‘Red Moon Rising,’ in the form of track ‘Give Love’. Set to drop on June 28th via Joe Bonamassa’s Journeyman Records, ‘Red Moon Rising’ demonstrates the band’s dynamic range and commitment to spreading positivity through their music. 

“’Give Love’ is a song with a simple message, yet it’s hard to truly understand and practice,” shares frontman Robert Jon.

Co-written with acclaimed songwriter Tom Hambridge, the track has been a staple in the band’s creative sessions for years and now comes to life with its compelling lyrics and heartfelt musicality. “This song makes you feel what it means to,” adds Robert Jon. “We could all use a little more love in the world.”

Call this band Midas, as everything they touch turns to gold. A haunting vocal, laid-back acoustics and the tinkling of a piano let the track shine bright, highlighting Jon’s powerful vocals and Henry James Schneekluth’s melodic guitar work, both backed by Jake Abernathie’s subtle piano work.

Check it out, here

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Red Moon Rising by Robert Jon & The Wreck
1. Stone Cold Killer
2. Trouble
3. Ballad Of A Broken Hearted Man
4. Red Moon Rising
5. Dragging Me Down
6. Hold On
7. Down No More
8. Help Yourself
9. Worried Mind
10. Give Love
11. Rager (CD Bonus Track)
12. Hate To See You Go (CD Bonus Track)


Side A
1. Stone Cold Killer
2. Trouble
3. Ballad Of A Broken Hearted Man
4. Red Moon Rising
5. Dragging Me Down

Side B  
1. Hold On
2. Down No More
3. Help Yourself
4. Worried Mind
5. Give Love

2024 EU TOUR


Friday, June 21st – God Save The Kouing Festival – Penmarch, FR
Sunday, June 23rd – Le Sonograf – Le Thor, FR
Monday, June 24th – Chiari Blues Festival – Milan, IT
Wednesday, June 26th – Sala Wolf – Barcelona, ES
Thursday, June 27th – Las Armas – Zaragoza, ES
Friday, June 28th – Nazca – Madrid, ES
Saturday, June 29th – Sala Fanatic – Sevilla, ES
Sunday, June 30th – La Trinchera – Málaga, ES


Wednesday, July 3rd – Loco Club – Valencia, ES
Thursday, July 4th – Enscenario Santander – Santander, ES
Friday, July 5th – Cognac Blues Folies Festival – Cognac, FR
Saturday, July 6th – Puistoblues Festival – Järvenpää, FI
Monday, July 8th – Spirit of 66 – Verviers, BE
Tuesday, July 9th – Colos-Saal – Aschaffenburg, DE
Wednesday, July 10th – Die Kantine – Köln, DE
Thursday, July 11th – Tolhuistuin – Amsterdam, NL
Friday, July 12th – Bospop – Weert, NL


Wednesday, October 30th – Tivoli – Utrecht, NL                    
Thursday, October 31st – Roma – Antwerp, BE      


Friday, November 1st – Bosul – Weert. NL                   
Saturday, November 2nd – Ziegelei – Twistringen , DE        
Sunday, November 3rd – Harmonie – Bonn, DE                       
Tuesday, November 5th – Kreuz – Fulda, DE
Wednesday, November 6th – Lido – Berlin, DE        
Thursday, November 7th – Burgerweehuis – Deventer, NL
Friday, November 8th – Blues Garage – Isemhagen, DE     
Saturday, November 9th – Blues Heaven Festival – Fredrickshavn, DK
Sunday, November 10th – Nochtspeicher – Hamburg, DE
Tuesday, November 12th – Airport Hall – Regensburg, DE
Wednesday, November 13th – Zentrum Altenberg – Oberhausen, DE
Thursday, November 14th – Piano – Dortmund, DE
Friday, November 15th – DasHaus – Ludwigsburg, DE
Saturday, November 16th – Trabendo – Paris, FR   
Sunday, November 17th – Bolwerk – Sneek, NL
Wednesday, November 20th – The Appleyard – Sittingbourne, UK
Thursday, November 21st –  Komedia – Brighton, UK
Friday, November 22nd – Komedia – Bath, UK          
Saturday, November 23rd – The 1865 – Southampton, UK
Monday, November 25th – Boiler Shop – Newcastle, UK
Tuesday, November 26th – St Luke’s – Glasgow, UK
Wednesday, November 27th – Junction – Cambridge, UK
Thursday, November 28th – Islington Assembly Hall – London, UK
Saturday, November 30th – O2 Academy2 Oxford – Oxford, UK


Sunday, December 1st  – Rock City – Nottingham, UK

For more details about the band’s tour dates, visit

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