World-class musicians SUPERSONIC BLUES MACHINE released their debut album “West Of Flushing South Of Frisco” (via http://mascotlabelgroup.com) as ensemble in February but now the band will bring their music in Europe. This summer, 6 August they will perform at the prestegious Notodden Blues Festival. NBF is one of the largest blues music festivals in Europe and the largest in Scandinavia. The festival is held in Notodden, Norway, has been running annually since 1988 and is visited by 25.000 blues fans from throughout the world. More information on Notodden Blues Festival here.
SUPERSONIC BLUES MACHINE was formed by Fabrizio Grossi, Lance Lopez and Kenny Aronoff and for this special occasion will be joined by no other than Steve Lukather, Robben Ford and Walter Trout. Robben and Walter also featured on SBM’s debut album West of Flushing, South of Frisco.
Taken from “West Of Flushing South Of Frisco” is the band’s new single “Remedy” features Warren Haynes on guitar and vocals. In the brand new video you will also spot some of the other gentlemen mentioned above.
Watch the video here:
Press on Supersonic Blues Machine – West of Flushing, South of Frisco:
“Modern blues doesn’t get much better than this” – “Superb” 9/10 (The Blues)
“Formidable…a modern day super-session which manages to hang on to the heart and soul” (Classic Rock)
“A sleek, stretched Cadillac of a Blues band” (Fireworks)
“You won’t find more soloing on any release this year” (Guitar & Bass)
Fabrizio Grossi (bass/producer/engineer/wordsmith) worked his artistry in his birthplace – Milan, Italy – before migrating to London, Canada, New York, and currently Los Angeles.
Texan Lance Lopez (guitar/vocals) accrued at least one lifetime of experience before he was out of high school while playing bars in Louisiana and Florida. College came in the form of tours with R&B legend Johnny Taylor and blues masters Lucky Peterson and Bobby Blue Bland.
Kenny Aronoff (drums) has a resume that spans four decades and reads like a “Who’s Who” of roots rock legends, including John Mellencamp, John Fogerty, Eric Clapton, Jack White, Billy Gibbons, B.B. King, Bonnie Raitt, and Dr. John.
More information at: http://supersonicblues.com
Check out the debut album trailer below: