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Wayne Sharp & The SharpShooter Band / Press

“His face painted in the back cover of the CD and the internal picture of Wayne Sharp with children, friends and family, I said absolutely nothing a physiognomic trait level, the surname awakened some vague memory… Then I started to hear the CD, the first track sounds like Wang Dang Doodle indeed is "Wang Dang Doodle”, a nice blues with hammond organ and two solo guitars and a pleasant vocione who knows how to treat the topic http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AYxAHL-VjXU. Then you go deeper in the notes and see that Wayne is like some "brothers in Blues", including Lamar Williams, with whom, along with Jaimoe, had shared a band at the beginning of the 80 's, from the Allman Brothers. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fwPrNThQZ28. But the name that leaps to the eye is that of Michael Burks, who Sharp has shared four albums for Alligator and a dozen years on the road, as organist of his band and everything becomes clearer. Another bluesman, which makes record debut, the class is the”

Bruno Conti - Pubblicato in Carbonari

“Wayne Sharp of the Wayne Sharp & The SharpShooter Band, you put on a killer show at Lili Marlene’s [Seville Quarter]. - Podcast Feb. 2014”

"NAILED IT! I knew the CD was gonna be good, but not THIS good. TOP SHELF!" – CD Review - Wayne Sharp & The SharpShooter Band "Living With The Blues" – April 2013

“Interview with organ player Wayne Sharp, a recognizable and known talent on the Blues & Rock circuits...”

“I've known Wayne Sharp for a few years and every time we talk I hear something about him that surprises me. When I met Wayne he was on tour with the Michael Burks Band and had been for more years than I have fingers to count them on. I've come to know him as a great B-3 player, a genuine Bluesman and we've become fast friends in a short time.”

Casey Reagan - Blues-E-News
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