Guy Davis & Fabrizio Poggio’s Sonny & Brownie’s Last Train No. 1 On Roots Music Report!
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Northport NY – Media and radio have taken quite a shine to Sonny & Brownie’s Last Train by the Ambassador of the Blues, Guy Davis and international harmonica sensation Fabrizio Poggi. The homage to Sonny Terry and Brownie McGee, released on March 24, is becoming one of the most celebrated acoustic releases of 2017.
Sonny & Brownie’s Last Train is currently no. 1 for the second week in a row on The Roots Music Reports Top 50 Acoustic Blues Albums. Click the logo to see the entire chart.
Also, very proud that Sonny & Brownie’s Last Train was the no. 23 album for the month of March on the 900 station Folk DJ list, even though most stations had not received it until the second week of March. You can see the entire list here, http://folkradio.org/
For the past week, stations that broadcast the syndicated radio program Music City Roots have been playing a performance that Guy & Fabrizio recorded in late March. If you missed it, you can click the photo of Guy & show host, Jim Lauderdale and listen to it now.
In more good news, last week Geoffrey Himes of Paste reviewed the show that Guy and Fabrizio performed in Nashville. You can read it here, https://www.pastemagazine.com/articles/2017/03/road-music-chapter-twelve-nashville-tennessee.html
We’ve received many outstanding reviews so far for Sonny & Brownie’s Last Train here’s a sampling:
This is a fond look back to the music of the Piedmont blues icons, harmonica ace Sonny Terry and acoustic guitarist Brownie McGhee. Elmore Magazine
You’ll be doing yourself a disservice by not immediately purchaing this first-rate record
American Blues Scene
Davis and Poggi’s homage to the acoustic blues greats features some great licks, with a selection
of classic blues tunes
Sonny & Brownie’s Last Train is as close as anyone living in the 21st Century will get to enjoying Terry and McGhee in concert. If you love the old masters like I do – or simply are just curious about the way they truly sounded in concert – pick this one up today.It’s Sonny and Brownie live – and taken to another level. BluesBlast Magazine
This set is raw, primitive, and powerful – Don & Sheryl’s Blues Blog