TMG Artists’ friendship and debut performance featured in Pensacola News Journal

Pensacola News Journal shows support for TMG Artists’, Real Eyes, debut release performance of their southern and classic rock album, “Undiscovered.” The artists threw a mini concert at the Music Box Pensacola in Navy Boulevard last Saturday, August 27 at 1pm.

“Undiscovered” features tracks that shed light to the duo’s own mix of southern and classic rock. With musical inspirations from the Eagles, Tom Petty, Hendrix and the like, this duo would definitely be something that everyone can look out for.

Blake Bell and Buddy Bolter, the two talented songwriters behind the Real Eyes rock band, met in 1995 after responding to an ad that was looking for a musician. They hit it off and through the years, they created and performed music together. Buddy brings precision and improvisation in their music to the table while Blake brings the one-of-a-kind vocals to complete the formula.

“It’s just kind of evolved that way,” Blake said. “Buddy and I write the songs, and I’m not trying to be a (bad word here) about it, but it’s sort of the way it worked out.”

Read the full feature here.

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