WASHINGTON - Virginia - United States

Performing together since 2013, the band started in the clubs near their home in Northern Virginia. Residencies in Washington, D.C., Maryland and Virginia are the backbone of a circuit that extends across the Eastern Seaboard. In 2016, they represented the Central Virginia Blues Society at the International Blues Challenge in Memphis, Tennessee and continue to appear in the city. They have been fortunate to share stages with several great performers, among them The Nighthawks, Billy Price, Lil’ Ed and the Blues Imperials and Albert Cummings.

They’ve always shared the same thoughts about music and in particular their live shows, “we’re here to move you, one way or another.” The sound reflects their love of traditional blues and soul but also the desire to bring it current for new audiences. Vintage #18 brings a high-energy show with hard-driving blues rhythms and soul grooves that will move you. Built on a framework of uniquely talented and dedicated musicians, the album features the unique sound of Bill Holter on guitar (a.k.a. #18), while the groove is laid down by Alex Kuldell on drums and Mark Chandler on bass. Soulful vocals are delivered by newcomer and bandleader Robbin Kapsalis, and the collective Good-Mojo-Getdown is provided by all.


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Label: Self-Release

Genres: Blues

Styles: Soul Blues

Songs on the Album

Track # Song Title Style Genre
Is This Too Good Soul Blues Blues
Love Hangover Soul Blues Blues
1 Diamonds Are Optional Soul Blues Blues
4 Million Miles Soul Blues Blues
5 Circles Soul Blues Blues
6 Pieces Soul Blues Blues
7 Just Got Back from Baby's Soul Blues Blues
8 Poor Me Soul Blues Blues
9 Remember Soul Blues Blues
10 Good Eye Soul Blues Blues
11 Circles Down Home Soul Blues Blues
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Posted By: Duane Verh
Apr 29, 2017