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The Streamliners - Can't Explain - Internet Download

The Streamliners - Can't Explain - Internet Download
The Streamliners have been hailed as one of the best kept secrets and premier Roots & Blues bands in South Australia. Consisting of some of the best local musicians in their field, they've won numerous awards over the years since first coming together in 1989 and have backed/supported many international artists such as Buddy Guy, Junior Wells, The Holmes Brothers, Big Jay McNeely, Carey Bell, Joe Louis Walker, Robert Cray, Charlie Musselwhite, Taj Mahal, Fabulous T-Birds & Dave Hole to name a few. Their premiere was a 2-night double-bill with the Dutch Tilders Band, with whom they formed a strong bond and were consequently picked up by Blues Club Records to release a local EP/compilation called "Deep South SA Rhythm & Blues". This earned them "Best new R&B band" at the Lithgow Blues Festival, with "Hummingbird" runner-up as Best New Song receiving national airplay. Six albums later, they remain a "must see" live act, with fiery performances that take their studio material to another level.

About this track...

A visit to Memphis, Tenn. to take part in the International Blues Challenge, inspired Streamliners vocalist Nick Kipridis to such a degree that material for a new album hit "like a Tsunami" on return back home.

The classic Hi-Records soul sound was the initial blueprint for this particular track.

Other tracks by The Streamliners: Kicking back the blues  -  You didn't have to leave
Details
Number Of People In Act 5 Piece
State/Territory Artist Is Based In SA
City/Town/Region Artist Is Based In Adelaide
Taken From The Release Titled Can't Explain
Copyright Holder's Name Kipridis/Kipridis/Rankine/Charles/Peterka
Media Servicing Date 2019-07-17
Main Genre Blues/Roots
Genre 2 Rock
Genre 3 Soul
Contains explicit lyrics or themes that may offend some listeners No
Artist Official Web Site http://thestreamliners.net
Artist Social Network Page http://facebook.com/thestreamlinersmusic
Online Store Page 1
Content Provider Amrap Unsigned