13 Songs, 50 Minutes


A show of blues rock strength from the heart of Cleveland, Ohio.


A show of blues rock strength from the heart of Cleveland, Ohio.


Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
42 Ratings
42 Ratings
kAiLyN is AwEsOmE!!!!!


I've seen them live, and their music is amazing live, they really put on a show and the singer has such an awesome voice! Sanctuary is one of my all time favorite songs that makes me feel some type of way- always brings tears to my eyes, they're totally worth a 10 star review <3


Music that will grab you!

If you’re not listening to Welshly Arms you should be. Their music is fantastic and to see them perform live is pure joy. Their music, their attitude, their groove … it’s infectious!

Kartch Krew

Greatest Band Ever!

Welshly Arms has that great sound that makes them Legendary! Can't wait for the full album!

About Welshly Arms

A gritty blues-rock outfit with vintage soul and classic rock influences, Cleveland's Welshly Arms formed in 2013 around the talents of singer/guitarist Sam Getz, keyboardist/singer Brett Lindemann, bassist/singer Jimmy Weaver, and drummer Mikey Gould. Their 2013 debut EP, Welcome, showed a band deeply indebted to their hometown's rock & roll heritage, from the James Gang and the Black Keys to the O'Jays. A covers EP released the following year saw Welshly Arms taking on classics by Deep Purple, the Chambers Brothers, and Golden Earring as their reputation grew around the Midwest. 2015 brought the band's first full-length, Welshly Arms, released on indie label Position Music. Subsequent singles "Bad Blood" and "Legendary" arrived in 2016 and boasted a slicker, more R&B-influenced sound as well as vocal contributions from backup singers Bri and Jon Bryant who had recently joined the band. Some key song placements in regional ad campaigns and television shows like Empire and Sense8 brought more widespread exposure to the band and by 2017, they'd signed with major-label Polydor. Their first outing for the label was the 2017 four-song EP Legendary, followed in May 2018 by the full-length No Place Is Home. ~ Timothy Monger

Cleveland, OH