Posts Tagged ‘Jeremiah Johnson’

Jeremiah Johnson: Heavens To Betsy Review

When you’re making a simple dish, the quality of the ingredients becomes even more important, since they’re doing more of the work. No one complains about low-grade tomatoes in chili. The tomatoes however, might be more of a concern in a tomato and mozzarella salad. Which isn’t to say that we’re pivoting to a food […]

Jeremiah Johnson to release “Heavens To Betsy”

Jeremiah Johnson, acclaimed St. Louis blues rocker, is readying the release of his sophomore set Heavens to Betsy, due out via Ruf Records on February 14th. The St. Louis bandleader is a beacon of time-honored songcraft, writing on acoustic guitar, digging deep for raw lyrics and insisting on studio production that bottles the sweat of his shows. 

Jeremiah Johnson to release “Straitjacket”

Take a ride along the banks of the Mississippi River, pull up a stool in any St. Louis blues joint and talk will soon turn to the musician who’s giving the city its soundtrack. Jeremiah Johnson’s towering reputation has been hard-earned. During a two-decade rise, his triumphs have been accompanied by struggles and scars – […]

Jeremiah Johnson Band: Blues Heart Attack Review

Jeremiah Johnson is clearly establishing himself as one of the latest guitar players to break onto the scene. His latest release, Blues Heart Attack, is a strong follow up to the acclaimed 2015 release The Grind. There is an even mix of all their influences. There are real strong blues roots, a little bit of […]

Jeremiah Johnson: Grind Review

Jeremiah Johnson has been working hard to plug his fifth studio album, Grind, as a genre-defying collection of feel-good tunes, and he’s not entirely off the mark. Grind’s 10 tracks take notes from rockabilly blues and redneck country and fuse them together into a funky blues cocktail. Johnson’s lyricism really holds the aesthetic down, focusing […]

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