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Saturday, September 29, 2012

Ross William Perry 2000 It'll All Make Sense

Genre: Blues
Rate: 128 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 00:38:45
Size: 35,45 MB

United States


Ross William Perry: vocals and guitars
Danny Roussin: drums
Dave "Biscuit" Miller: bass guitar
Bobby Jones: bass guitar
Patrick Doody: drums
James Walsh: keyboards
Damon Lee: bass guitar
Rusty Hall: keyboards

The Ross William Perry Band is always rockin’ and turning any venue into an inferno of smokin’ blues. If you’ve never seen them, you’ve never experienced upper Midwest blues so hot. Ross plays everything from Albert King to Hendrix to Howlin’ Wolf and everyone in between. He’s only 25 and already a guitar god with a helluva great rhythm section. Ross William Perry (guitar and vocals), Brad Pelky (bass and vocals) and various drummers create a sound that is incredibly huge for a trio and truly shows talents that are larger than the sum of their parts. Ross told me he uses different drummers right now while he searches for the right fit with the band.

The first thing you will notice about Ross is how this quiet, soft spoken, young man could possibly feel the blues, or have experienced life to perform the way he does. When he picks up his strat and cranks his modified ‘64 Super Reverb, you’ll know where his talent lies. Last month the boys teamed up with Tommy Taylor on drums – a national recording artist from the heart of Texas for a few weeks. Ross met Tommy a few years back when he was opening for nationally acclaimed guitarist Eric Johnson at the Surf Ballroom in Clear Lake , IA. Tommy, who appears on all of Eric’s albums was touring with Eric at the time. Ross and Tommy have teamed up for a few weeks each year since that meeting.

Ross plays several blues standards, some rather unexpected bluesy influenced covers, and several originals. His originals are not only exceptional in terms of his talent and ability, but they also show his strong songwriting skills as well. Ross’ style of play is not only modern and melodic, it also quite technical and skillful. He plays with a unique sense of timing and feel – something that many rock musicians seem to lack. While the band is popular with blues fans, they are not a top 40 or variety band. According to Ross, “we do play a number of private parties and the occasional wedding dance, but we really are a blues band.” If you enjoy music, you’ll be treated to some of the best live music around. If you love the blues, you’ll be back again and again to see the Ross William Perry Band and you’ll go away each time amazed with music these guys create.

Ross and the band can be found every weekend entertaining and mesmerizing crowds around the state. They play at several venues in Minnesota , Wisconsin and Iowa , and they have a loyal following wherever they go. Minnesota is home, and the twin cities is their backyard. (Kidblooze Rocks The House)


01 - It'll All Make Sense 03:35

02 - In The Shadows 03:49

03 - You So Fine 03:16

04 - Keep Moving 04:38

05 - Boogie Time 02:03

06 - Lonely Road 04:38

07 - No Place To Run 02:58

08 - Cold Wind 06:11

09 - Miss You Baby 03:12

10 - Tribute 04:25

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Anonymous said...

Would it be possible to re-up this
CD for me???
Thank You

SouthernBluesRock said...

links renewed

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