Steve Hill New Live Album plus touring UK 2018

Steve Hill New Live Album plus touring UK 2018 “The One-Man Blues Rock Band” Released 11th May 2018 on Manhaton Records. On tour supporting King King & Danny Bryant. The Album recorded Live at La Chapelle, Quebec 30th November 2017. Featuring originals that are outright rockers (Damned, Dangerous, Rhythm All Over, The Ballad of Jonny Wabo, Still Got It Bad to more acoustic-based melodic tracks (Emily) and three re-imagined and rearranged covers (Voodoo Child). The live album shows an artist at the top of his game. It comes to no surprise why the Montreal Gazette has referred to Steve Hill as, “the meanest guitar player in Canada.”

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Blues and boogie from One Man One Band Extraordinaire

Blues and boogie from One Man One Band Extraordinaire When I was a youngster, all those years ago, a one-man band was a novelty act on programs such as Opportunity Knocks. Ah, remember Hughie Green and the Muscle Man etc.? Just me then! This trip down memory lane is to assure you that Steve Hill … Read more…

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Wonderful One-Man Band Steve Hill – Solo recordings Vol 3

Wonderful One-Man Band Steve Hill – Solo recordings Vol 3     Well, why have I not heard of Steve Hill? Why have I had to wait until Volume Three to discover Steve Hill as a Phenomenon? A One Man Band who is loud, bad and a little bit dangerous. His love of blues and … Read more…

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Steve Hill on Tour and New Solo Recordings Album

Steve Hill on Tour and New Solo Recordings Album 2015 JUNO AWARD WINNER FOR “BLUES ALBUM OF THE YEAR” 2016 MAPLE BLUES AWARD WINNER FOR “ELECTRIC ACT OF THE YEAR”, “GUITARIST OF THE YEAR” & “ENTERTAINER OF THE YEAR” Steve Hill whose New album has new Album Solo recordings Volume 3 released in the UK … Read more…

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One Man Band re-invented Gwyn Ashton Solo Elektro

One Man Band re-invented Gwyn Ashton plays Solo Elektro   Think of one-man band. Kick away the stereotype vision. Replace with Solo Elektro, Gwyn Ashton replete with attitude, fuzz, distortion and psychedelic attack. The electric guitar twists up the foundation of the blues with rock and his special application of slide and raw energy that … Read more…

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