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“I wrote the lyrics for ‘Right About Now’ while I was living in Raleigh, NC and just getting out of a long relationship,” Rosenbloom shared with us.
With ‘Benton County Relic,’ Burnside showcases his electric and acoustic guitar prowess, recording the record in just two days with drummer/slide guitarist Brian Jay in the latter’s Brooklyn home studio.
“I’m a torch singer, somebody who can do a little bit of everything,” says Barnett. “Pop, blues, gospel, country, soul — songs with emotion are what I do.”
“I thought the record was done but felt that ‘Ridin’ with Lady Luck’ (Featuring Walter Trout) needed a partner in crime, so I decided to add, ‘Pull String to Inflate,'” – Eric Corne
“…sometimes it takes hitting the gutter to realize how good you got it when you get back up.” – Mike Zito
Like the blues, The Reverend Shawn Amos’ sound has evolved over time. Key points in his life have triggered changes in his style, his music, and his outlook on the world.
On March 9th, the album ‘The High Cost of Low Living’ hits the streets, marking the return of Moss to traditional, Chicago and jump blues.
“‘Big Boat’ was inspired by an Alan Lomax recording of a levee camp song sang by a worker named Joe Savage,” Holder told us.
“Having one of the most poetic and blessed guitarists on the planet, to counter-point the song’s message, makes it absolutely a dream turned into reality.”