Friday, September 6, 2019
The Wood Brothers Go "Live At The Fillmore" With New Release
Arriving September 6th from The Wood Brothers is their latest release, "Live At The Fillmore." This new 14-track album captures the live performances from The Wood Brothers shows at the famous San Francisco venue from earlier this year. The Wood Brothers' live shows have continually grown, along with their rising popularity. They start the show off with the tune "Blue And Green," which begins as just a soulful, acoustic strumming number, before the addition of drums and keys take over the song. The album continues with the sweet slide guitar work of Oliver Wood on "Sky High," before the Brothers rock out with the electrifying guitar swagger of "Snake Eyes." The album's lead single "Keep Me Around" carries a southern vibe with its laid-back, railroad track-side blues vibe that captures the full essence of The Wood Brothers in this live setting. The album also features its share of cover songs, including a rocking version of Tommy Johnson's "Big Road Blues" and the steady rhythmic flow of Jimmy Reed's "Big Boss Man." The Wood Brothers close out their new live album with the rarely performed, dirty social blues of "Can't Look Away" and the high-energy rockabilly swing of "Atlas." The Wood Brothers have a couple of festivals left on their summer touring schedule, before heading back out on the road this Fall. To find out more about The Wood Brothers and their latest release "Live At The Fillmore," please visit thewoodbros.com.
Posted by JP's Music Blog