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Two years after her psychic blues album, Black Crow Moan, Detroit sensation Eliza Neals is back with her newest blues…
Contemporary blues song “Sugar Daddy” will stick to your dancing shoes all summer long — Written by iconic GRAMMY and Songwriter Hall of Fame inductee, and backed by two rising stars.
“I dedicated the album to the city of Tel Aviv because that’s my main blues alley and where we mostly perform.” – Andy Watts
Powerhouse vocalist Eliza Neals comes out swinging with one of the most notorious Blues-rock guitarists in the industry.
Mentored by Motown Master Barrett Strong, Neals has taken the soul-rock-blues world by storm. Her operatically trained voice, combined with stellar writing and instrumental skills have sent her skyrocketing into the musical stratosphere.
Henry Stuckey may well have invented the “gothic” blues sound, but Skip James took it to the next level, Ledfoot gave it the name, and now, Neals has perfected it.
From the opening notes of “Detroit Drive,” Neals and company grab us, shake us, caress us, and at record’s end, deposit us in a blissful, disheveled, spent heap.