NEAL BLACK & The Healers

                                 

   

NEAL BLACK, from San Antonio,Texas is one the most important American artists on the Blues scene today....His music is rooted in Texas tradition, but NEAL BLACK is no imitator, He is an innovator. A powerful performer, a gifted songwriter, and a transcendental guitarist .NEAL BLACK is one of the hottest talents to emerge from Texas in over a decade...          

                                        JOHN SWENSON , ROLLING STONE MAGAZINE  

Do we really need another blues-based guitar-slinging singer from Texas? Hell, if they can play this good, why not? Neal Black plays a meaty, gristle-choked guitar and sings like the Marlboro Man at the end of a long day.He's somewhere between the Allman Brothers, Howlin' Wolf and Merle Haggard but with a darker disposition than any of them.

                       Jim Trageser, Music Journalist , San Diego ,CALIFORNIA

 

 

Neal Black is a refreshing change as he chops and channels the standard Blues Rock format into a souped up Hendrix meets Johnny Winter. As a vocalist Black sounds like a white Howling Wolf or a black Tom Waits “

Ron Young , SAN ANTONIO LIGHT ,TEXAS

Stevie Ray's demise brings a battalion of guitarists reaching for the Grail.Texas fretmaster Neal Black is one of the best we've heard in a while .Neal Black racks so many hairpins into his debut you'd swear the furies of hell were on his trail “

Ted Drozdowski , PULSE MAGAZINE & BOSTON PHOENIX ,NEW YORK /BOSTON

Texas Guitarist ,Neal Black is New York City's best kept secret and possibly one of the greatest “unknown Blues Rock guitarists “ in the U.S.A.. Black plays with enough emotion to make you cry and rocks hard enough to make the ceiling collapse around the sweat soaked audience, lucky enough to catch his act live”

Frank Feitcher , SOUND GAZETTE , PENNSYLVANIA


Neal Black has a voice of 100 miles of back country roads and a guitar as desperate as a cornered outlaw “

Andy Glass, THE MUSIC PAPER , NEW YORK


With vocals smooth as gravel in a meat grinder and bad-to-the-bone guitar this isn't for weak hearts. If you like your boogie 'n' blues raw and back-alley, you'll wear this one out !!

EASYRIDERS MAGAZINE

Cradle of the blues, the U.S. has a never failing reserve of talented artists. They come out of nowhere and their first hit is usually a masterpiece. For example, Neal Black's new release : IT'S A MUST!

  Andre Brodski ,GUITAR WORLD MAGAZINE , FRANCE


 

 


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