Born in Memphis, southern blues man Eric Gales aka Rawdawg, is back with Middle of the Road, which is his sixteenth album and he’s collaborated on countless others. A true professional and child prodigy, (he released his first album at just 16) Gales has been around the block enough times to give a tour.
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When you ask his peers, many say Eric Gales is one of the best if not the best guitar player in the world. On February 24, Gales will release his new album, Middle of the Road. Blues Rock Review caught up with Gales to get the lowdown on the new album.
Eric Gales has released a lyric video for “Boogie Man” featuring Gary Clark Jr. The track is off Gales’ upcoming album, Middle of the Road, due out February 24th in the UK/Europe and March 24th in North America.
In a Blues Rock Review premiere, “Change In Me” from Eric Gales is now available for streaming. The track is featured on Gales’ upcoming album, Middle Of The Road, out March 24. “I changed up some things in life and decided to go a new route,” said Gales about the new track.
“Unfortunately you have to go through some things to be free”, says Memphis born Eric Gales. “Now, I feel the most free I’ve ever been in life, even more so than when I was a kid”, he opens up. “You gotta help yourself man, once you can help yourself you can genuinely help someone else.”
This is Eric Gales’ thirteenth album under his own name since his debut with the Eric Gales Band in 1991. Eric got started early in his life playing guitar at the tender age of four when he began “borrowing” his brother Eugene’s guitar. Although Eric isn’t naturally left-handed, he plays that way because his brother […]
Ask Eric Gales what he wants most for his latest project Pinnick Gales Pridgen and he’ll answer simply: a chance to tour. On July 8, PGP will release their second album PGP2 through Magna Carta Records, a mere 17 months after their first collaboration garnered the adulation of critics throughout the rock and blues communities. […]
Eric Gales is back with another album and this one is a twist for him. With an all new group, the Eric Gales Trio brings us the instrumental album Ghost Notes. He has always been an amazing guitar player who can truly hook you into one of his solos as the notes pour off the […]