Posts Tagged ‘Kirk Fletcher’

Underrated Guitarists (Episode 4)

Episode 4 of Underrated Guitarists highlights Simon McBride, Josh Smith, and Kirk Fletcher.

Josh Smith: Over Your Head Review

Over two decades after releasing his debut album Born Under a Blue Sign at age 14, Josh Smith is back with his eighth studio album Over Your Head. Currently based in LA, Smith got his start as a lead guitarist for the Rhino Cats, a house band at Club M in Hollywood, FL. Back then, […]

Hunter & The Dirty Jacks Interview

“We must be the change we want to see in the world,” claimed Hunter & The Dirty Jacks lead singer Hunter Ackerman in a direct quotation taken from Mahatma Gandhi. Many people know and recognize the quotation by one of the 20th century’s most prominent civil rights leaders, but few strive to channel its message […]

Kirk Fletcher: My Turn Review

My Turn is the second album from 34-year old bluesman Kirk Fletcher. The album is a great mix of blues songs and instrumentals. The album starts with the upbeat instrumental “El Medio Stomp,” then slows down into the slower “Found Love,” which is reminiscent of a Robert Cray song. My Turn contains about half instrumentals. […]

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