When it comes to Mississippi-born bluesmen who plied their trade in Chicago when blues was still king, there aren't many left in 2013. "If you didn't have a good time tonight it's your own damn fault!"
Hadden Sayers had made his success the hard way; he has earned it. He has talent and he's honed that talent playing over 200 gigs a year. He has persisted in the face of shady deals, less than honest agents, and crooked record labels. But above everything else is his love of soul, desire to succeed, and dedication to playing some seriously mean guitar.
Typically, if it says "Walter Trout", it's going to be good. "Common Ground" exceeds all of those expectations!
In a small community, how do you raise money for charity and have a good time doing it?
This is by far one of the best records he has gifted his fans with, and the growth he shows here in writing and playing is phenomenal.