Former founding member of the BoDeans, Sam Llanas recently released his new solo album back in June titled "Return Of The Goya, Part 1." The new album features 11-tracks that carry a simple country sound that will find their way to your heart. Sam begins his new album with the classic country twang of "Follow Your Heart," as he showcases his love for Hank Williams within his songwriting for this new release. He keeps the energy flowing with the country swing of "All Day," before slowing down for the beautiful, acoustic ballad "Heroes." You will simply fall in love with his way of telling stories, within the songs "Little Song" and "Down The Line" as his words paint the perfect picture in your mind. Sam Llanas finishes up his new album with the back porch, acoustic strumming of "Big Ol' Moon." To find out more about Sam Llamas and his latest release "Return Of The Goya, Pt 1," please visit samllanas.com.
Lap steel guitarist Sean Williamson is experimenting with his new release under the name, Velocihamster. He steps out of his comfort zone for his new progressive metal album "Wheel Of Steel." The new six-song release kicks off with Williamson pushing the instrument to the limits on the quick pace of "Prey." Then, he continues his journey with the exciting guitar wizardry of "Roar" and the high energy of "Claw," before closing out his new album with a wonderful cover of Pink Floyd's "One Of These Days," which Williamson re-titles "1.O.T.D." To find out more about Sean Williamson and his latest release "Wheel Of Steel," please visit velocihamster.net.
From Toronto, Canada comes the latest EP titled "Multitudes" from roots/rock band, Delta Will. Their new six-song release begins with eclectic acoustics of "Liquid Magma" as you begin to ease into the music of Delta Will. The band's folk/rock sound shines through on "Nothing Is Enough," before the funky bass line of "Into The Wild" showcases another dimension to the group's songwriting. Delta Will finish up their new album with the lush, swirling ballad "No Skin No Bones" and the enjoyable, experimental track "Feel Like." To find out more about Delta Will and their latest release "Multitudes," please visit deltawill.com.