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“Newly established bluesrockband with their "soul"seat in the Oslo area, featuring musicians with a solid background and long experience. 'Bluesrocks' cannot be compared with any thing else in this business. You'll find unike sound and a solid repertoar when these "Bluesmen" are entering the stage. Supertight And Tons Of Feeling!”

“Blues-rock is a hybrid musical genre combining bluesy improvisations over the 12-bar blues and extended boogie jams with rock and roll styles. The core of the blues rock sound is created by the electric guitar, bass guitar and drum kit, with the electric guitar usually amplified through a tube guitar amplifier, giving it an overdriven character. The style began to develop in the mid-1960s in England and the United States, as what Piero Scaruffi called, a "genre of rhythm'n'blues played by white European musicians".[3] UK Bands such as The Who, The Yardbirds, Led Zeppelin, The Animals, Fleetwood Mac, Cream and The Rolling Stones experimented with music from the older American bluesmen like Howlin' Wolf, Robert Johnson, Jimmy Reed, Muddy Waters, and B.B. King.[4] While the early blues-rock bands "attempted to play long, involved improvisations which were commonplace on jazz records",[4] by the 1970s, blues rock got heavier and more riff-based.”

“Surprising Blue stringattachment delivered at the Main Blues scene Oslo MusicFest. Astonishing passion and bluespower from this flabbagasting viking bluesmen.”

Johan Speikan - Grong menighetsblad