The project is named after the two prominent artists who are its driving force: Bernard Allison (guitar, vocals) is the son of Luther Allison (1939-1997), who was famous for his rocking take on the blues, a style he originally honed backing up masters like Freddie King and Otis Rush; Cedric Burnside (guitar, vocals, drums) is the grandson of R. L. Burnside (1926-2005), whose extremely raw sound was influenced by John Lee Hooker, Lightnin’ Hopkins and Muddy Waters. As descendants and next-generation successors to these rich traditions, Bernard Allison and Cedric Burnside have teamed up to create a new kind of blues that references the work of their ancestors, but also incorporates elements of funk, R&B and soul music.
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Crooked, glimmering Americana reminiscent of Bonnie Prince Billy, Phosphorescent, and A.A. Bondy. Telecasters, pedal steel, and fiddle join forces with lush choruses to spin tales of last stands, exploding houses, and the calm that forgiveness brings.
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If the Coral’s first album didn’t break them Stateside, then nothing will. The millionth critic to note this, but The Invisible Invasion may prove to be an unfortunately apt title in America, with accent on the invisible. It doesn’t have to, and shouldn’t, be this way. The Coral are doing exciting, creative things that few […]