Mooi voorprogramma van geweldige, internationale band. Details binnenkort.
Artwork, masters and manufacturing all check for Februari 11th release at Patronaat in Haarlem.
Next stop is finalising the distribution deal.
Video vlip is ready for the single (and hilarious).
2018 wordt een “vol” jaar met veel nieuwe muziek.
- Nieuwe CD LaBomba op 26 januari (PaardCafé in Den Haag).
- Nieuwe CD The Damned and Dirty op 1 februari (Patronaat in Haarlem).
- Nieuwe LIVE CD van Paardekooper.
- Nieuwe CD van Two Shakes of a Lamb’s tail.
- Delgado Brothers (USA), winnaars van de International Blues Challenge komen weer naar Europa.
- Gugun Blues Shelter (Indonesië) komt weer naar Europa.
Adam Gussow and Alan Gross, a.k.a. the Blues Doctors, are Mississippi-based blues veterans who play a mix of down-home Delta standards and urban grooves from the Texas-to-Chicago axis with some New Orleans funk thrown in. They’re a two-man band with a full-on sound: Gussow on harmonica and drumset, Gross on guitar, with both men sharing vocal duties.
Adam Gussow is best known for his twenty-five year partnership with Mississippi-born guitarist and one-man-band Sterling “Mr. Satan” Magee as the duo Satan and Adam. Their releases include the W. C. Handy-nominated Harlem Blues (1991), Mother Mojo (1993), Living on the River (1996), Word On the Street: Harlem Recordings, 1989 (2008), and Back in the Game (2011). Gussow has performed and recorded with many guitar-men during his career, including Wild Jimmy Spruill, Larry Johnson, Charlie Hilbert, Robert Ross, Andrew “Shine” Turner, Bill Sims, Jr., Irving Louis Lattin, and Brian Kramer. Gussow’s debut solo album, Kick and Stomp (2010), spent many weeks at #1 in the “Hot New Releases in Acoustic Blues” chart at Amazon mp3’s and rose to the #2 position in the “picks to click” category on Bluesville (SiriusXM), America’s premier satellite radio blues show. His second solo album, Southbound (2011), spent most of March and April 2012 at the #1 position on the Mississippi Roots Rado Airplay Chart.
Alan Gross is best-known for his long association with Mississippi bluesman Terry “Harmonica” Bean–he’s played guitar in his band for a decade–and work with hill country performers Kenny Kimbrough, Lightning Malcolm, and Eric Deaton. He’s also gigged with R. L. Boyce, a mainstay of Otha Turner’s Rising Star Fife and Drum ensemble, and played numerous festivals across the state of Mississippi. A professor of clinical psychology at the University of Mississippi, his guitar influences include Muddy Waters, Duke Robillard, Jimmie Vaughan, and Warren Haynes.
We zijn al weer een maand bezig in de studio in België, maar mogen nu eindelijk bekend maken dat Mario de nieuwe EP van de band zal produceren. Er wordt naar een release in november dit jaar toegewerkt.
De sound van The Damned and Dirty zal daarmee, rouwer, vuiger en meer pop-georiënteerd worden. Kortom nieuwe wegen en weer een stap verder voor de mannen.
Via mediapartner Bluesmagazine is de Dutch Roots and Blues Tour bekend gemaakt.
Hierbij gaan 7 van de beste, Nederlandse Roots en Blues bands samenwerken in een indoor festival concept. We zijn met BAFMusic blij om hiermee samen te kunnen werken en aan de wieg te staan van veel moois uit Nederland, allemaal te zien onder 1 dak in 1 event bij jou in de buurt.
Meer info hier.
Wesley, Niels and J.J., formerly part of the successful Dutch blues band Big Blind teamed up again in 2013 to create their own explosive blues cocktail. With their previous band Big Blind the young guns played all major Benelux blues festivals, but also upset festivals in the UK (Linton) and Germany (Breminale), while getting major BNL media attention. They got rave album and gig reviews, performed at national radio 3FM, for the more “hip” crowd, and “Raymann Is Laat” on national Dutch TV. Quite rare for a blues band but hey, they were exciting. So is The Dynamite Blues Band that was formed in February 2013 after they were suddenly asked to play a festival on The Azores as Big Blind. That’s when the 3 old friends teamed up again, added stompin’ bass player Renzo van Leeuwen, quickly picked a new name and the band was born.
Even before they played or recorded a single note they got invited for shows throughout Europe as people know it’s like fireworks when these guys play together. In 2014 they recorded their debut album “Shakedown & Boogie” and they got rave reviews in major magazines. The boys also performed at Holland’s popular talkshow “De Wereld Draait Door” with over a million people watching. They killed it a.o. at major festivals like the Ribs & Blues and Belgian Rhythm & Blues Festival with their greasy, dirty sound.
A new episode starts in 2016 with The Dynamite Blues Band’s second album “Kill Me With Your Love”. Even more variety (there’s horns, baby!), more mature without losing the energy and fun factor. Be sure you’ll still be needing safety glasses and ear protection but don’t forget to put on your dancing shoes!