Mississippi Hill Country


Homemade Jamz Blues Band

  • Titel: Mississippi Hill Country / Homemade Jamz Blues Band. Ryan Perry (Gesang, Gitarre); Kyle Perry (Bass); Taya Perry (Schlagzeug)
  • Person(en): Perry, Ryan [Instrumentalmusik] ; Perry, Kyle [Instrumentalmusik] ; Perry, Taya [Instrumentalmusik]
  • Organisation(en): Homemade Jamz Blues Band [Komposition]
  • Produktion: 2013
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • Originalsprache: Englisch
  • Umfang: 1 CD
  • Erschienen: Eigenverlag, 2013
  • EAN, ISMN/Preis: 0884501905664 : EUR 12.99
  • Anmerkungen: Enthält: Buy One Get One Free. Red Eye Flight. Heartless. Times Are Changing. Nothing Stays the Same. Let You Go. Mississippi Hill Country. If Home Is Where the Heart Is. So Many Tears. Ain't No Sunshine. Doing My Thing. Hooks. Love Doctor (Acoustic)
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Inhalt: Homemade Jamz Blues Band's (HJBB) unique sound and style is a product and compilation of the trio's hunger and thirst for the music (blues) that they so love. Their passion and dedication has proven to be electrifying and energetic to witness. HJBB started in Baumholder, Germany. Young Ryan found a Stratocaster copy among dad's, (Renaud Perry's) bags and wanted it. A week later, Ryan had composed a short instrumental tune, (which he'd play at his school talent show) and was playing along to commercials. When the family relocated to Tupelo, MS, the passion stayed with him. Returning home, Ryan, dove head first into the blues. “I heard and emulated B.B. King, Albert King, Jimmie Hendrix, and Stevie Ray Vaughan,” he recalls. Having found his passion and direction, Ryan progressed like tenfold. Ryan Perry, now 23, the oldest of the trio, has vocals that are mind blowing and beyond his years. It's almost as if he was an old soul, reincarnated into a new generation of the blues. Some of his early music influences are Howlin' Wolf, Albert King, BB King, and Junior Kimbrough, while modern blues influences includes the likes of the late Michael Burks, Bernard Allison, and Gary Clark, Jr. Ryan has managed to captivate and mesmerize the minds and hearts of his followers with his raspy and gritty vocals. His electrifying and soulful guitar picking is sure to entice and seduce your most inner soul. Two years later, Ryan was joined by little brother Kyle, then nine years old, wanted in on the action. Kyle, now 20, first took up piano and guitar before he found his calling playing the bass, teaching himself the nuances of the instrument, and its role in the blues. Before long, he was performing with his brother Ryan in small venues and local restaurants, as confident as any wizened old pro and digging his role. “[I] keep the timing and lock down the beat along with the drummer, which allows the lead guitar player to do his own thing while everyone is juking to the beat.” Little sister Taya, then seven yea