Sunday, June 18, 2017

Roots Blues and Americana powerhouse Low Society new album "SANCTIFIED"

Low Society is the brainchild of blues belter Mandy Lemons, winner of the 2015 Emissaries of Memphis Music Peoples Choice Award, and slide guitar phenom Sturgis Nikides, who recorded and toured with the legendary Rock & Roll Hall Of Famer, John Cale (of The Velvet Underground). Their first two albums have garnered critical acclaim and extensive worldwide airplay, including the enthusiastic support of B.B. Kings Bluesville on Sirius XM Radio.

Here's the eagerly anticipated follow-up to the acclaimed “You Can’t Keep A Good Woman Down”, the THIRD studio album from international Roots Blues and Americana powerhouse Low Society, SANCTIFIED. Recorded in Belgium and Memphis beginning in October of 2016.

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Marty's review: "Powerhouse" is an apt description for Low Society with their brand of hard-edged Roots Blues Americana. With the gutsy, soul-drenched vocals of Mandy Lemons and the hot guitar licks from Sturgis Nikides, backed by a sterling group of seasoned musicians, the album is an all round barrel-house of sound that comes at you from all directions. Featuring 8 original songs by Nikides/Lemons, their amazing version of John Prine's "Angel of Montgomery" and the Jordan/Foster classic "I'd Rather Go Blind" originally done by Etta James. This is one for the continuous rotation list.

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