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The vamping rhythm of “Sharecropper’s Son” was the building groove that revved the enthused audience.
The Wood Brothers are a must-see live band and one that Chicagoans who caught them at Thalia Hall and Fitzgerald’s will not soon forget.
The band displays a varied compositional range that keeps the album engaging.
The tour celebrates the 50th anniversary of his father’s 1972 debut album, You Don’t Mess Around With Jim.
Ruthie Foster called it an “honor, a blessing and privilege” to be at The King Biscuit Blues Festival.
Connie’s songs were indeed lost for a time, but with the release of ‘Musicks’ they and the world as seen through her eyes have been found again.
“This album comes at an interesting time in our lives.” Stefan and Kerrie Szabo of National Park Radio discuss new album ‘Canyons.’