Too Slim and the Taildraggers fire up a blues-rockin’, John Lee Hooker-style boogie groove
The Starlite Campbell Band continues to push the boundaries of British blues and British rock.
“Don’t You Put Your Hands On Me” produced by Tomas Doncker and James Dellatacoma, tackles the issues of domestic violence and sexual harassment.
Their groove is relaxed but irresistible, easing effortlessly from down-home blues to second-line strut to gospel transcendence, and beyond.
Lousiana bluesman Brother Dege’s ‘Folk Songs of the American Longhair’ gets special 10-year anniversary vinyl release on June 26TH