Campbell is by far one of the most exciting artists to emerge from our fair brown land in a long time, and to watch the man play is nothing short of breathtaking. Drawing his inspiration from the likes of Van Morrison, Ray Lamontagne and a touch of Johnny Cash, Campbell’s fledging offer, ‘Pilgrim’ is destined to set your ears on fire, and get your loins a-burnin’ with a yearnin’. Coming back home fresh from some jam packed showcases in LA, Campbell will be hitting every state to show us why he has topped Blues charts here and overseas, most recently dominating the #1 spot on Greece’s ITunes Blues Album Chart. It’s going to be a real privilege to be able to witness this slide prodigy while the iron is hot, so get your tickets quickly, and get yourself ready to make your pilgrimage to gee-tar heaven.
This is an incredible band that presents its music, lyrics and arrangements in a totally original manner. The balance and range of instrumentation linked with ever so tight vocal work is unsurpassable.
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