The electrifying guitar of Matty T Wall extends from his native Australia to the world. With the release of his latest collection Sidewinder, Matty is writing
a new chapter in the musical narrative, revealing the power of his expanding artistry through guitar, voice, band and songs.
Whilst this is not a pure blues album it simply is a MUST HAVE and won't disappoint. This is a brilliant album from those people whom often say there is no GREAT NEW music, well here's one for you. The second EP by Great Van Fleet - From the Fires
Collard Greens and Gravy latest CD “Luedella” went to number one on the ABRAC charts a month after it’s debut and is receiving rave reviews.
“Eerie, haunting blues...it reminded me of a dark night on the Delta.”
Although Moss and Gruenling had known each other for 20 years and had jammed together often, it wasn’t until 2016 that they decided to team up full time. Moss’ deeply rooted yet fully modern guitar playing flawlessly meshes with Gruenling’s monster harmonica chops. On stage, the two communicate seemingly telepathically, as Moss lays down the deepest blues licks and Gruenling’s harmonica wails and howls in perfect response, with Moss’ top-notch band adding their energy and expertise to the ensemble.
If you are new to the funk party, Rock Candy Funk Party are Tal Bergman (producer and drums), Joe Bonamassa (guitar), Ron DeJesus (guitar), and Mike Merritt (bass). These guys have played with the likes of Joe Zawinul, Hugh Masekela, Prince, Ruth Brown, Chaka Khan, Simple Minds, Billy Idol, Tito Puente, Bruce Springsteen, Rod Stewart, Conan O’Brien, Sheila E. and many more.
The band shakes things up by adding two fabulous vocalists to the mix (Ty Taylor of Vintage Trouble and Mahalia Barnes). With "The Groove Cubed", Rock Candy Funk Party seamlessly blend funk, jazz, fusion, rock, and an oddball sense of humour together. Groove is everywhere!
For Matty T Wall - a guitarist, vocalist, songwriter and bandleader – it is the supernatural sound that crossed the ocean to Perth, Australia to ignite his imagination and give power to his art.