Legendary singer/songwriter Tony Joe White is preparing to release his brand new studio album titled "Bad Mouthin'." It will be available on September 28th through Yep Roc Records and features a dozen tracks of originals and blues classics, beginning with the steady flow of the title song, "Bad Mouthin'." White's vocals have aged to perfection for this brand of music as he swaggers through "Baby Please Don't Go" and "Boom Boom." He simplifies the Jimmy Reed classic "Big Boss Man," by only supplying the necessities, before reaching a pair of original tracks "Sundown Blues" and "Rich Woman Blues." The songs have been created from tell the stories of White's past adventures. He wraps up his new album with the up-tempo shuffle of Charley Patton's "Down The Dirt Road Blues" and the slow-down re-imaged blues tale of "Heartbreak Hotel." To find out more about Tony Joe White and his latest release "Bad Mouthin"," please visit tonyjoewhite.com.
Multi-lingual singer/songwriter Walter Salas-Humara makes his Rhyme & Reason Records debut on August 10th with his new album "Walterio." Walter was one of the founding members of the New York post-punk band, The Silos, but has since turned his attention back to his love of visual arts and roots/rock music. His new 10-song release begins with the Spanish-language pop/rock feel of "El Camino de Oro" as Walter introduces you to his heritage. He continues with the rawness of "Here We Go" and "She's A Caveman," which you can trace back to his punk days, before showcasing his Cuban side with the Latin/blues groove of "Hecho en Galicia." Walter Salas-Humara wraps up his new album with the soulful ballad "Come In A Singer" and the last blast of energy in the rocking addictive chorus of "Out Of The Band." To find out more about Walter Salas-Humara and his latest release "Walterio," please visit waltersalashumara.com.