Songwriter Roy Schneider’s music as “rootsy songs [that] contain a mix of blues, country, folk and Americana all rolled into a beguiling and tasty stew.” Schneider’s fourth studio album, “Walls that Talk”, features 11 original songs and 2 covers (David Crosby, Guy Clark). Schneider has twice been a finalist in the Kerrville Folk Festival’s New Folk Competition, as well as numerous other songwriting competitions.
Roy has shared stages and billings with such respected artists as Sam Bush, The Indigo Girls, David Wilcox, Shawn Mullins, Jack Williams, Gove Scrivenor, Rodney Crowell and Fred Eaglesmith, and has played in venues all over the US, UK, and parts of Europe.
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This two-disc collection takes 36 of the finest recordings Rod Stewart released in the period where he first went solo during his time with the Faces for Mercury and Decca. Included are the two early ’70s #1 hits `Maggie May’ and `You Wear It Well’ and a host of other top offerings from several of Rod’s chart-topping albums, namely Every Picture Tells A Story, Never A Dull Moment, Sing It Again Rod and Smiler.
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Michael Vincent Band is a powerhouse blues rock trio featuring blistering licks and incredible young blues musicians that are experienced way beyond their years in the world of the Blues and Southern American music.They have a few carefully selected cover songs, mostly sung by the bass player Danny Mack. The first,”Old Brown Shoe,” is their own arrangement of an old Beatles song written by none other than Mr. George Harrison. It is a slowed down southern rock version of the song, and Michael Vincent lays down some tasty slide guitar to top it off. The others, “Street Corner Talkin'” and “Mona” are fan favorites at shows and were requested that they be on the next album, and the band agreed that it would be a good couple of tunes to add to the lineup. “Street Corner Talkin'” is an old Savoy Brown song while “Mona” was adapted from a Bo Diddley classic from the late 1950’s. The remaining tracks, “I Need You,” “The Midst,” “Let Me Go,” & “Here Today, There Tomorrow” are all brand new tracks from the band.
In 1997, BGO released Tom Rush/Wrong End of the Rainbow, which contained two complete albums — Tom Rush (1970, originally released on Columbia) and Wrong End of the Rainbow (1970, also originally released on Columbia) — by influential folky Tom Rush on one compact disc. Personnel: Tom Rush – vocals, guitar Trevor Veich – lead […]