Monday, May 6, 2019

Jimmie Vaughan Revisits The Classics With New "Baby, Please Come Home" Album

Blues icon, Jimmie Vaughan (brother of Stevie Ray Vaughan) is preparing to release his first studio effort in almost a decade. His new album titled "Baby, Please Come Home" pays tribute to the bluesmen of the past, as Vaughan brings his A-team together to give these eleven songs a jolt of new blues energy.

The album kicks off with the nostalgic blues vibe of the title song "Baby, Please Come Home," as the horns give the song an extra jolt of energy, before Vaughan's solo takes over. The slow sway of "Just A Game" allows Vaughan to swoon on the vocals and showcase his passion on the guitar. The joint is jumping with the romping rhythm of "Be My Lovey Dovey" and the swinging blues of "What's Your Name?," as Jimmie Vaughan adds just enough to make the songs feel like his own. He also gives you the live boogie-woogie feel of the instrumental track "Hold It," before the soulful ballad "I'm Still In Love With You." Vaughan wraps up his new album with "I'm Glad," a tribute to Fats Domino and the shuffle rhythm of Jimmy Reed's "Baby, What's Wrong."

Jimmie Vaughan is preparing to cross the Atlantic and support Eric Clapton with a trio of shows at the Royal Albert Hall in London. Next, Vaughan will begin a three-month long tour in June, before performing as a special guest at Eric Clapton's Crossroads Festival in September. For a complete list of tour dates and to find out more about Jimmie Vaughan's new album "Baby, Please Come Home," please visit jimmievaughan.com

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