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Welshly Arms is an American blues rock band from Cleveland, Ohio, United States. The band has been active since their debut in 2013 with the EP Welcome. The following year, they released a covers EP and in 2015, an album titled Welshly Arms. The band writes, produces, and records all of their material in Cleveland. Their name refers to a Saturday Night Live sketch. Their influences include Jimi Hendrix, The Temptations, Otis Redding, and Howlin' Wolf. Musicians from the band's hometown of Cleveland have also influenced them, such as The O'Jays, The James Gang, and The Black Keys.
|Origin||Cleveland, Ohio, United States|
|Genres||Alternative rock, blues rock, soul, indie rock, pop rock|
Welshly Arms' music has been featured in trailers for two films: The D Train (starring Jack Black) and The Hateful Eight (directed by Quentin Tarantino). The song "Legendary" was chosen as the official theme song for WWE's 2017 TLC pay-per-view, as well as the national TV and radio campaign for the Cleveland Indians and a promo for the Netflix show Sense8 and it also features as one of the ending songs in the movie Den of Thieves. The song "Sanctuary" was featured in season 3 of Lucifer (TV series). The band's song "Legendary" has also featured at the end an of an episode of Shades of Blue and was also used in the menu soundtrack of the popular video game Asphalt 9: Legends.
- Sam Getz – lead vocals, guitar
- Brett Lindemann – keyboard, vocals
- Jimmy Weaver – bass, vocals
- Mikey Gould – drums
- Bri Bryant – vocals
- Jon Bryant – vocals
- Welshly Arms (Position Music, 2015)
- No Place Is Home (Position Music, 2018)
- Welcome EP (2013)
- Covers EP (2014)
- Legendary EP (2017) US Billboard Alternative Songs Chart No. 14
- Welshly Arms Review and Interview with Bassist Jimmy Weaver by Allee Futterer. Bass Musician Magazine, June 2013.
- Welshly Arms biography, Allmusic