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Author: American Blues Scene Staff
With entrancing, true blues fretwork it’s the perfect song choice to represent this powerhouse’s most guitar-driven album to date.
Robinson’s style of playing transcends standard 12-bar blues, going beyond its simple formula, traversing numerous musical genres.
Grammy-winning songwriter and producer Paula Cole has released For The Birds, a new set of songs recorded with Jason Isbell and John Paul White. Lead single “Mother, Son and Holy Ghost” is a collaboration of three iconic singers and lyricists, and the song sees the three harmonizing on lyrics that paint an introspective portrait of loss and longing. Also released today is “Ricochet,” an uptempo ballad that Cole recorded with John Paul White. “‘Mother, Son and Holy Ghost’ is about a man who has lost his wife and child,” writes Cole. ”The song describes his lonely landscape, his attempts to…
The complete re-record of Kenny’s most successful album will be accompanied by a documentary about the making of the original ‘Trouble Is…’ and a live DVD filmed at The Strand Theatre in Shepherd’s hometown of Shreveport, Louisiana
Dermody points pridefully to the fact that everyone involved were Louisiana artists — “Louisiana musicians, the graphic designer, the photographer. Everybody.”
‘Standin’ Pat’ is out October 28 via VizzTone!
“Be My Rock” reunites Charlie Thomas and Doc Pomus. Doc, who left this world in 1991 wrote instantly recognizable hits for The Drifters including, “Save the Last Dance for Me,” “This Magic Moment” and also penned Charlie’s famous lead on “Sweets for My Sweet.”
Two-Volume Set on Vinyl and CD Features Nicholas, Along with Marcia Ball, Linda Gail Lewis, Earl P Ball, Augie Meyers, Peter Rowan, Steve Riley, Los Texmaniacs and Many More!
“I have to say the magic of this performance is beyond this world and maybe the greatest of my life.” John Németh
VizzTone announces ‘Take Your Time,’ out October 14. Listen to the single “Longer Hours, Shorter Pay” featuring Lil’ Ed!