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John Earl Walker is the featured artist in the Blues Lounge at the Gaslight Lounge
John Earl kicks off the Gumbo Room Blues Jam along with host Billy Bob Rankine on guitar, Mario Marino on drums, and Ronny Davidson on bass! So hope my muso buddies will come out for a listen and a jam!
John Earl Walker and Chris Finnen together! Two exciting guitar players Last chance to see them together before John Earl returns to the USA.
Chris Finnen with John Earl Walker
John Earl Walker all star Blues Jam
Sounds Like: John Earl Walker
Label: Walkright Records, FatCat Radio Network
Bio: John Earl Walker began playing guitar at 13 and by age 16 he was playing professional gigs around New York City. His band supported many great blues and rock artists who were peforming in New York such as B B king, Buddy Guy, Jimi Hendrix, Bo Diddley and Fleetwood Mac. The band by now called Plum...See Full Bio
“John Earl Walker’s latest release is a four-song EP, available only by download. For newcomers to the New York-based blues rocker, Go Wild (Walkright Records) will serve as a nice introduction to the band’s hard rocking, guitar-driven sound. For longtime fans, it offers up four new high-quality songs to add to the Walker catalog. “Earl’s Boogie” is a typically groovy instrumental, sort of an amped-up third cousin of Freddy King’s “Hideaway,” with a scorching guitar break by Walker. “Part Time Lover” is not the old blues chestnut, but a new mid-tempo track penned by the group. “Don’t Clam Up On Me” is a slow-burning blues track with more standout guitar from Walker, and the closing track, “I Got Two Problems,” is another mid-tempo rocker with clever lyrics. Though the highlight of most Walker releases is his versatile, powerful guitar work, he also deserves praise as a highly original composer.”
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