Boca Raton-based JP Soars and the Red Hots, the 2009 International Blues Challenge winner, return as the special guest for this week's edition of Damon Fowler's "Sugar Shack Mondays."
Soars, who appeared with Damon Fowler at the Jan. 3 premiere of “Sugar Shack Mondays.”, recently released "More Bees With Honey."
BluesWax, the online edition of the Bradenton-based internationally distributed magazine Blues Revue, highly recommends the album:
Soars’ core band consists of mates Donald “The Cougar” Gottlieb on electric bass and Chris Peet on drums. On it, Soars’ takes a nice T-Bone Walker-styled guitar solo. The song is still viable as it ends with “taxes are high and all the good jobs are gone.” Also covered is “Sweet Blood Call,” written by Louisiana Red. The lyric “I have a hard time kissing you baby with my pistol in your mouth” is a classic. Colby’s piano and Soars’ guitar go ballistic.Read entire review.
Soars is more than just another blues guitarist. This album produced by Soars’ and Jeremy Staska proves that his talents run deep. Get this album and begin to follow JP. His career is on the rise.
Fowler is in Italy this week to perform at the Polistena Rock Blues Festival.
Damon Fowler's "Sugar Shack Mondays"
Showcasing the best in touring talent
8:30 p.m. Mon., July 25 with special guest:
Ace's, 4343 Palma Sola Blvd., Bradenton
Click at 8:30 p.m. to watch JP Soars and the Red Hots' performance: