Sean Fullerton is an old school solo acoustic blues musician, and, after playing out professionally for 20 years, that solo approach works just fine with him. Fullerton is, aside from a musician, a recording engineer, a singer-songwriter who plays blues and rock and roll and his own original music, and a finger style guitarist. He enjoys his multiple jobs in music and the multi-dimensional aspect of it.
The Jenni Lynn Band are celebrating their first year in existence under their current name and line up. And what a year it has been for Jenni Lynn and her band. Playing seven to eight gigs each month, success has emboldened them, prompting them to start unleashing more of Jenni Lynn’s original music.
Dave Austin And The Sound came to Brighton Music Hall in Boston last night and rocked the house, soundly. Austin’s smooth but driving croon, augmented by precise, electrifying musicianship flying alongside him, grabbed the ears and never let go.
“Slutty” Pete Zona has been hosting the Wantu Blues Jams at The Village Trestle in Goffstown, New Hampshire for over a decade now. Zona, who has the whole hosting, sound engineering thing down pat, is a much liked, well-respected presence in that venue and on the area blues scene. Each year, the Village Trestle shows its love for Zona by having him host his own annual birthday blues jam bash. This draws in talent from miles away, and it always results in at least five hours of fun and high quality music for the audience.