(Vocal) A blues song using a telecaster my late friend Ted Russel built, and my black faced fender Deluxe.
#1 today (Sub-genre)
Just when this one lulls you into it's mellow, laid-back, bluesy riff, it sneaks up and slams you upside the head for all it's worth.
#2 today (Sub-genre)
#4 today (Sub-genre)
#5 today (Sub-genre)
A Blues song emoting the heartfelt emptiness of separation from a beloved on New Year's Eve.
#8 today (Sub-genre)
Got a case of those funky lowdown snow shovel blues.... BAss, Guitar work by Daniel Waite, Vocals and Blues Harp by Kurt. Thanks to Tammy Swindell for your her assistance in production.
#10 today (Sub-genre)
We love the blues...it gives the artist room to create using raw emotion...We used the slide guitar to tell this story.
#11 today (Sub-genre)
Recorded at Pee Wee Erwin's Studio in Teaneck, NJ July of 1972. One of original originals that was also put on video that same year.
#12 today (Sub-genre)
Guitarboy's Instructional DVD at guitarboy.com*Written By Guitarboy. Guitarboy - Guitars, Bobby 'Radar' Martin - Bass, Rick Brunetti - Drums * Produced by Guitarboy & Buddy Strong**Download this tune on iTunes**
#13 today (Sub-genre)
A Song about a special lady..... Thanks to Daniel Waite for his excellent rythem guitar and slide guitar work.
#15 today (Sub-genre)
The rich get richer and the poor go to jail. Featuring Lisa Bailey on vocals. Susan Ivory Blue on piano. Lew Knapper on blues harp. Steve Sallaz Bass and percussion. Produced by Steve Sallaz.
#17 today (Sub-genre)
Started in Austin TX July 3rd '01 on 6th Street, Stopped in Amarillo on the way to NE (Thanks Robby James Rabuck for the AWESOME lead) back to Amarillo than off to MP3.com in California. Finally on stage in Amarillo TX with The Rockin Plowboys.
#18 today (Sub-genre)
#19 today (Sub-genre)