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miércoles, 25 de septiembre de 2013

Ron Sayer Jr & Charlotte Joyce = Hard to Please

Ron Sayer Jr & Charlotte Joyce, 2 award winning musicians from the UK play seriously funky blues on this collaboration album.

Ron Sayer Jr.:
Ron Sayer Jr. is the consummate ‘Guitarist’s guitarist’. As a trained music teacher having influenced the learning curves of the likes of Oli Brown, Sol Philcox, The Sharps & Mark Howes of Dove & Boweevil he’s now a mainstay on the UK blues circuit. He was nominated for no less than four awards in the British Blues Awards in 2013 in the album ‘Better Side’, band, song ‘Don’t Make Me Stay’ and guitarist categories walking away with runner-up in band of the year, he also co-wrote Oli Brown’s third album ‘Here I Am’. He was voted Guitarist Of The Year by Guitarist Magazine, was voted 4th Best bassist in Blues Matters Magazine and has a degree in music to boot. He has worked with/supported Buddy Guy, John Mayall, Matt Schofield, Nine Below Zero, Ten Years After, Robin Trower & more.

Charlotte Joyce:
Award winning Charlotte Joyce has been a professional singer for all her working life and is vocal coach to many other professional singers. She has won awards for her songwriting & was inaugural winner of the Acoustic Guitarist Of The Year in Guitarist Magazine. Holding the highest qualifications for both singing and keyboard Charlotte has been Ron’s ‘right hand man’ for the last year in the Ron Sayer Band. She provided backing vocals on Better Side in addition to dueting with Ron on ‘My Mother In Law’ from the album. Charlotte has worked with/supported the likes of Paul Jones, Dr. Feelgood, Jo Harman & Joanne Shaw Taylor.

Ron Sayer Jr. & Charlotte Joyce – Hard To Please
The album that Ron & Charlotte have always wanted to produce in their two decades of working together in different musical projects. A collaboration of 12 original songs ‘Hard To Please’ covers a lot of musical ground, always rooted in the Blues, but sailing close to Funk, Rock, Country and Rhythm & Blues at the right moments. With the singing duties shared straight down the middle you get to hear Ron tackling low down and dirty blues on ‘Off The Road’, getting funky on ‘Cold Shoulder To Cry On’ and rocking out on ‘Do You Love Me Like You Love Yourself’ & Charlotte baring her soul on ‘Time For Goodbye’, belting out the groovesome ‘Don’t Mess Around’ and throwing around a classic shuffle on ‘Wolf In Sheep’s Clothes. The pair even duet on the title track ‘Hard To Please’ and the country shuffle ‘One Of Your Looks’.

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