The Blues are felt all around the world. They are a state of mind, being and circumstance. They are expressed differently in all cultures. The messages are often the same but the music varies greatly. I have made Texas my home for the last 17 years, originally from England. The energy and passion of life here is not necessarily greater than anywhere else in the world, but to me it is the source of my drive and therefore to me it is the hottest spot on the planet. I love Texas.
All of these songs are about the women in my life, past and present, in one way or another. Women are the most amazing of God's creatures, and I have shared the best and worst times of my life with them.
|POSTED BY: disturbed3003||POSTED ON: 11 May 2010 06:46 PM|
What do you get when you mix Blues, Rock, and Country together? A terrific debut album called, “Have You Heard,” by The Leo trio. This group dishes out great songs that are not only entertaining but will hook you in with its catchy melodies. Kicking off the CD, “I Ain’t Going Away,” is driven by crunchy guitar and vocals that make the witty lyrics fun and interesting. Splashed with a tinge of Country tonality, “Whispers,” is an upbeat and delightful tune. Soulful and Bluesy, “I Messed Up Last Night,” is a true down and out Blues song with its searing guitar laden riffs and vocals that scream of emotions of the pitfalls of abusive drugs. If you’re looking for music that offers terrific Blues and is well blended with Rock and Country, then take a listen to, “Have You Heard,” as you will enjoy this new and refreshing CD.
- Diane and the RadioIndy.com Reviewer Team
|POSTED BY: radioindy||POSTED ON: 01 May 2010 04:35 PM|
The Leo Trio: Have You Heard
My debut CD. All what I call Blues. Influenced heavily by SRV, Rory Gallagher, The Beatles, Hank Williams/Woodie Guthrie, substance abuse, travel, alcohol, good food, beautiful women and plenty of mistakes. Genre: Blues: Texas Style Release Date: 2010