Ronnie Earl's release 'Maxwell Street' is named in honour of blues pianist and previous member of the Broadcasters David Maxwell and is a nod to Chicago's Maxwell Street where blues musicians gathered to play outside for the Sunday market crowds.
It confirms Ronnie Earl's status as one of the most soulful blues/soul/jazz guitarists working today.
Ronnie is a three-time Blues Award winner as Guitarist Of The Year working with his band of over 25 years.
|Primary Format - Music||CD|
|Artist||RONNIE EARL & THE BROADCASTERS|
|Label||Stony Plain Records|
|Music Genre Primary||Blues & Roots|
- 1. Mother Angel
- 2. Elegy For A Bluesman
- 3. In Memory Of T-Bone
- 4. Kismet
- 5. Double Trouble
- 6. (I've Got To Use My) Imagination
- 7. Blues For David Maxwell
- 8. You Don't Know Me
- 9. Brojoe
- 10. As The Years Go Passing By