The blindside blues band to mastermind Mike Onesko belongs to the top of the power-Blues. Rarely the blues of similar to hard 'n' is interpreted currently heavy as of this combo. Classic 'old school' is equipped with hardest riffs and powerful fills them. Oneskos game is trained to guitarists like Jimi Hendrix and Robin Trower, also cream or deep purple fall to benchmark - the spectacular musicality of everyone never gets to the end in itself, but is always the band subordinates.
Way-kool new studio disc by the BLINDSIDE BLUES BAND featuring Mike Onesko & Co. rockin' the blues on this excellent follow-up to the first volume of "Smokehouse Sessions". Includes 10 awesome tracks of raw, hard-edged, bad-ass, dirty, blues-based, heavy guitar BBB jams. Includes Special Guest and Axeripper Supreme - JAY JESSE JOHNSON jammin' on three killer, BBB heavy guitar rockers that are guaranteed to kick your ass & rock your low-down "Evil Blues" away.
Killer 12th disc by this excellent, long-standing, blues-based, heavy guitar rock riff:machine featuring 11 tracks of awesome, powerful, hard-hitting, retro-fied, dual guitar fueled riffage + mojo that kicks ass @ the hard rock excellence boogie train. Make no mistake, Blindside Blues Band have landed and are here to rock your bad-ass blues away. Crank up the volume and get ready to blast off into outer space with B.B.B. on the "Journey To The Stars" disc. Blindside Blues Band is fronted by the legendary Mike Onesko on guitar & vocals. The man is a true riff:master who is on a Mission to Keep the Rock Alive. Onesko's classic riffage speaks volumes with endless amounts of 70s-inspired hard rock truth…
The new album of the BBB is waiting right up with 2 new features. On the one hand, has gone a new guitarist with Jay Jesse Johnson and delivers exciting guitar duels with Miike Onesko. On the other hand, both guitarists for the recording used only fender of affectionate. The result: A clear and powerful rockended blues rock album.
Thanks to the dedicated effort of the folks at Real Gone, this often bootlegged date by the Paul Butterfield Blues Band gets its first official release. These 13 tracks come from a smoking date at the Unicorn Coffee House in Boston. Nobody's sure of the exact date, but estimates put it somewhere during a two-week run in May, two months before the band's classic East-West was released. There's over an hour of music on what amounts to the first recorded document from this sextet: hard-grooving Chicago drummer Billy Davenport (Sam Lay left after the band's debut album) joined vocalist/harmonicist Butterfield, guitarists Mike Bloomfield and Elvin Bishop, organist Mark Naftalin, and bassist Jerome Arnold.