They say he rivals an early Jeff Beck or Eric Clapton. He’s played with the likes of BB King, Albert King and Stevie Ray Vaughan, has written hundreds of songs and has just released his 20th album for Alligator Records. His name is TINSLEY ELLIS and his music is just awesome. Meet him this week.JON CARROLL grew up wanting to be a musician from the time he could walk and although joining STARLIGHT VOCAL BAND brought him an international number one hit and a grammy award - he didn't much care. Find out why when we meet Jon.Listener's choice and this week Roger asked if I could find one of Australia’s finest singer-songwriters who he hasn’t seen or heard of for some 35 years. So I did and we take a walk down memory lane with KERRYN TOLHURST who founded the band, The Dingoes.We’d love to have you join us!"A Breath Of Fresh Air" with Sandy Kaye.
Tinsley Ellis broke onto the national blues scene with his early ’80s band, the Heartfixers. By late in the decade, when the Atlanta-based guitarist and singer began releasing albums under his own name, he also became a fixture in the genre’s international club and festival circuit. Over the years he's earned a reputation for full-throttle live shows and well-crafted albums that hinge on his powerful singing and on his playing, which is based in tradition but packed with signature moves like deft finger slides, the use of open, ringing strings in single-note solos, and bends borrowed from B.B. King but laden with his own emotionalism and rock 'n' roll energy.Ellis has been a seemingly tireless road warrior—at least until Covid. But even the pandemic couldn't slow his songwriting, and he penned more than 200 new titles while in lockdown. You can hear 10 of those tunes, including 6-string bonfires like “Slow Train To Hell,” on his new album Devil May Care—the 20th in his catalog. Back on the road this year, Ellis stopped at Nashville’s 3rd & Lindsley on March 3, where he showed Premier Guitar his rig and told stories of close encounters with B.B. King and other greats after soundcheck and, that night, delivered a sermon on the power and glory of blues. His current run continues until the end of May, and Ellis has just been nominated in the 2022 Blues Music Awards for Blue-Rock Entertainer of the Year.[Brought to you by D’Addario XPND Pedalboard: https://ddar.io/xpnd.rr]
Se 2 Ep 2. Tinsley Ellis interview and "Devil May Care" album feature.
Blues with a Feeling - The Official Podcast
Tinsley Ellis is celebrating the release of his latest album Devil May Care, by returning to the road after a long break due to the pandemic. And to celebrate, Shaun chats with Tinsley about the new record, about the tour that ended overnight after covid hit. And about creativity and the amazing bout of it he enjoyed that led to this, his 20th album. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Bo Emerson talks to blues-rock guitarist Tinsley Ellis
For about 40 years Tinsley Ellis has lived his life on the road, either driving to a gig, setting up, performing, tearing down, or driving to the next gig. Ellis made himself legendary as a touring machine, and an icon of the Atlanta blues scene. Then came COVID-19. In March 2020, halfway through a 60-gig jaunt promoting his album “Ice Cream in Hell,” everything fell apart, all the clubs canceled, and Ellis drove home from Northern California in one, long, painful, three-day burst. On this week's podcast, Bo Emerson talks to Ellis about the difficulties of being a touring musician in the pandemic era, returning to the road and his new album “Devil May Care.” Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Tinsley Ellis, Keb' Mo', Tokyo Blade и другие новинки в "Саундчеке".
САУНДЧЕК - новинки за неделю
Треклист передачи: 01 Rambuk - 23 & 1 02 Preludium Fury - Battle of the Defender 03 Memphis May Fire - The American Dream 04 Diken - Köksüz 05 Tinsley Ellis - Don't Bury Our Love 06 Bluetruth - Danger 07 Blacktop Mojo - Strike Me (Official Lyric Video) 08 Keb' Mo' - ’62 Chevy 09 CoreLeoni - Let Life Begin Tonight (OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO) Atomic Fire Records 10 Tokyo Blade - Rhythm Of The Gun 11 Kissin' Dynamite - Defeat It 12 The Henrys - Big Game 13 Greenzone - Lonley 14 The Alive - Come Get Some 15 Sweet Baby James & Rob Eyers - Do You Ever 16 The Starks - I Need You (Whisky) 17 Lionheart - Paperback Writer 18 Herman Rarebell & The Hurricane Orchestra - White Dove 19 Peter H Nilsson - Breathe 20 Edge Of Forever - Get Up Your Feet Again 21 Kiefer Sutherland - Bloor Street 22 Hellbot - Beautiful 23 King Company - Stars Will Lead The Way Слушайте каждую пятницу в 15-00 с повторами на неделе на motoradio.online Все эпизоды подкаста по ссылке: https://soundchek.podster.fm/ 🎧 👉 слушать iOS: https://cli.co/NtGbKaz 🎧 👉 слушать Android: https://cli.co/Hl-RDYz #саундчек #новаямузыка #новыеальбомы #motoradio
Ruta 61 - Tim Woods, Tinsley Ellis, Roomful of Blues - 26/10/20
Suenan tres nuevos álbumes en la presente edición de Ruta 61: el blues sin adornos de "Vortex" (Tim Woods); la pirotecnia en salvas de "Ice Cream In Hell" (Tinsley Ellis); y, en clave big band, "In A Roomful Of Blues" (Roomful Of Blues). Playlist: Snatch It Back and Hold It – Junior Wells; This Mess, Ready, I Don't Know Yet – Tim Woods; Don't Know Beans, Ice Cream in Hell, Foolin' Yourself, Your Love's Like Heroin, Evil Till Sunrise – Tinsley Ellis; In A Roomful Of Blues, Phone Zombies, Carcinoma Blues, I Can't Wait, Watch Your Back – Roomful of Blues. Escuchar audio
"T'agrada el blues?" ofereix aquesta setmana dues novetats discogràfiques recentíssimes de dos grans bluesmans actuals tan consolidats com seguits i representants de l'anomenat "blues modern o evolucionat". Són Bernard Allison (Chicago, Illinois) i Tinsley Ellis (Atlanta, Geòrgia). Escoltant-los us ho passareu la mar de bé. Bernard Allison (CD: "Songs from the road") "Night train" - "I can't get you out of my mind" - "Feels kinda funny" - "Cruisin for a bluesin" - "Backdoor man" - "Slide master". Tinsley Ellis (CD: "Ice cream in hell") "Unlock my heart" - "No stroll in the park" - "Evil the sunrise - "Sit tight mama" - "Everything and everyone". Pi de la Serra en directe, "Epicurean blues".