‘The Snake King’ slithers through your speakers like a honky-tonk cocktail consisting of good time boogie-woogie, with a heavy splash of heavenly blues ….. keep rocking n rolling buddy, we are right with ya!
The talent of all the musicians involved in the production of Black Coffee is impossible to ignore.
“Blues is the music we listen to when we sit around on the bus with a bottle of bourbon.”
As far as these musicians go, assume nothing, expect the unexpected and prepare for a voyage of discovery where nothing is as it seems…
Considered a child prodigy following his record deal at the age of 16 and subsequent best-selling album ‘Ledbetter Heights’…
Beth Hart is on fire. Right now, the Grammy-nominated singer/songwriter is riding a creative tidal wave, firing out acclaimed albums, hooking up with the biggest names in music
Opening with ‘Why Are You Not Rocking?’ an ideal choice to kickstart the show, the crowd and the band decided early on that this was going to be a night to enjoy. Sing-alongs on tracks like ‘She’s A Witch’ and personal favourite ‘For The People’ really nailed home the quality of the tight four piece on stage.
it contains a meaningful showcase of the sound that Bad Touch are going for however there is untapped potential here
‘Fire On the Floor’ will set you on an emotional roller coaster. Hart’s honest lyrics are words that many can relate with, where anyone could realize they are not the only ones suffering.
The Apocalypse Blues Revue is a jam packed blues album with a definitive edge.