The blues is a religion and Husky Burnette sho nuff preaches it. It's back to basics with this style of the blues. His music is gritty, raw, soulful and southern deep-fried with influences stretchin' from Muddy Waters and Gram Parsons to Skip James and Rory Gallagher. After playing with several regional acts over the past 13 years, Husky finally released a self-titled solo album in 2006 and the EP "Snake Oil Salvation" in 2007. Keep an eye out folks, he's bringin' this dirty-ass brand of hillbilly blues religion to the masses.
All over the US whenever and wherever we can
Rory Gallagher is a huge influence. I love that boogie rock/blues rock n roll sound. Muddy Waters is also just as huge of an influence...nothin' like that old electric blues sound. Others include John Lee Hooker, Fred McDowell, Band of Gypsys, Cactus, Hank Sr., Robert Johnson, Gram Parsons, Howlin' Wolf, Juniour Kimbrough, Johnny Winter, Roger Alan Wade, Charley Patton, Johnny Burnette and the rest of my cousins.
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