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Over the past 10 years Holy Moly & The Crackers have increasingly gained popularity as a house-rocking party band playing seriously good music including elements of folk, blues, funk, indie and rock, headlining festivals across Europe.
Ten classic Peter Green compositions played with emotion, integrity and respect by six of Scotland’s most talented blues musicians were a fitting celebration of the life and achievements of the universally revered ‘Green god.’
“The Irish bandleader’s voice has always had the perfect ratio of honey to shrapnel.” – Henry Yates, ‘Classic Rock’
“The way I play tends to be not with notes or phrases but with expression—little bursts of expression.” – Corky Siegel
“I don’t want to get up on stage and rehash what somebody else has already recorded. I want to get up on stage and tell my story. I feel that this new record is able to do that.”
‘Guitar Man’ tells the incredible rise of legendary bluesman Joe Bonamassa, whose hard work and determination have made him the top-selling blues artist of all time
The capital’s young guns Jed Potts & the Hillman Hunters played their set of original material at Car Cave, appropriately a vintage car showroom. Blues royalty, King King’s Alan Nimmo, joined celebrated blues rockers Gerry Jablonski and the Electric Band on stage at Edinburgh’s iconic La Belle Angele
The Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band complement each other perfectly, slip into each other’s pocket with ease, and put on one hell of a show
‘Uncivil War’ takes another step forward in moving the dial for blues in a more eclectic direction
UK’s rising star has a unique sound that can be described as Baroque pop with blues at its heart, elements of classical music, and a smidge of folk