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The guys went in with four songs, wrote some new ones and recorded a few beloved, unreleased favorites
With his 16th solo album Parker’s signature punchy saxophone sound partners with New Orleans Funk royalty to cook up a fresh selection of Soul and Funk classics as well as Parker originals.
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Recorded at the iconic FAME Studios in Muscle Shoals, Alabama, Cummings takes this release to new heights
Traditional blues aficionados may poo-poo the effort, but a younger generation will be introduced to the Golden Age of blues music much the same way I was by artists such as the Rolling Stones and Savoy Brown.
Having followed the fascinating career of Beth Hart for a quarter-century, we’ve learnt not to rule anything out
It’s rare to find a ’60s legend like Trower still on trailblazing form in their eighth decade. But while his peers recycle the old hits or retreat from view, the 73-year-old guitarist finds himself in a golden late-bloom of creativity.
‘Neon Highway Blues’ “wasn’t a quick record to make,” nor was it easy, according to Hoey. It displays the care that came with the time spent on it.
Monster Truck is barreling into their 10th year as a group, so we spoke to guitarist Jeremy Widerman about the band, their touring schedule, and why they’re more popular on another continent.
“An old man was sitting on the front porch with a straw hat and an acoustic, and he was playing slide and singing. I went ‘Oh my God, what is that?’ My dad was like, ‘That’s the blues.'”