Monday, March 9, 2020

The David Bromberg Band Travel Down The "Big Road" Along With Debutss From Brielle Ansems & Otherly

Singer, songwriter and multi-talented instrumentalist David Bromberg is preparing to release his new album "Big Road" on April 17th. His experienced backing band have taken these twelve tracks of originals and favorites and helped David flesh out this new set of standards. The album begins with the swinging, up-tempo blues of the title song "Big Road," followed by the swift, swinging country rhythm of "Lovin' Of The Game." Bromberg and his band slow down the pace for the gentle touch of "Just Because You Didn't Answer," then pays homage to his inspirations with the country twang of "George, Merle & Conway." He looks to lift up your soul with the short, clap-along, gospel singing of "Standing In The Need Of Prayer," before delivering the instrumental ballad "Maiden's Prayer/Blackberry Blossom/Katy Hill." The David Bromberg Band wrap up their new album with the classic Leadbelly track "Take This Hammer," but done with a bluegrass swing, along with the acoustic, storied tale of "Roll On John." To find out more about David Bromberg and his latest release "Big Road," please visit

On March 6th, we saw the arrival of the debut album from singer, songwriter Brielle Ansems. Her new album titled "This New Hurricane" features seven tracks, beginning with the light, airy build-up of "Fade," which showcases the angelic tone of Brielle's vocals. She slowly brings up the tempo of "More Than My Heart," which carries a folk/pop tone supported with a stellar string section. She continues with the folk appeal of "When You Say You Love," before finishing with the quiet acoustics of "Sweet Simple Love." To find out more about newcomer Brielle Ansems and her latest release "This New Hurricane," please visit

Lastly, we arrive at the debut album from Chicago's Justin Samuel Martin, who goes by the moniker "Otherly." His new album titled "Darkling" features the vocal work of Rachel Sarah Thomas, beginning with the pop sensibilities of "Dreamy" and "Nadia," which showcases Otherly's abilities for creating addictive beats and melodies to keep you entertained. The tempo slows down for the more atmospheric touch of "Calendars" and "Kanchanaburi By Night," before leading up to the rhythm fueled "Knife Fight." Otherly closes out his new album with the R&B flavor of "Leave," highlighted by the amazing vocals of Rachel Sarah Thomas, before finish with the quiet subtle touch of "Year Of The Leopard." To find out more about Otherly and his latest release "Darkling," please visit

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