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Hot To Trot

by The Blues Zone Band

Putting the Fun back in the Blues. Great Lyrics,Good Music and Strong Vocals. 2 Cool Cats + 2 Cool Kittens = 1 Very Cool Band.
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1. Greenbacks
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2. Jesse Belle
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3. Carrying A Torch For You
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4. Credit Is Due
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5. Countess And The Thief
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6. Smokin My Life Away
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7. Hot To Trot
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8. Wine And Coffee
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9. Little Miss In And Out
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10. Next Time You See Me
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11. You Did It Again
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12. New Orleans Is Calling
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13. Cry Baby Cry
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14. What Would You Do Now
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Welcome to the Blues Zone where we are putting the Fun back into the Blues.

Roger Reinhart - Lead Vocals/Guitars/Harp
Roger started out singing in theatrical shows at a very early age. When he reached his teens he picked up guitar and started writing songs. It was always the vocals and strong lyrics that drew his attention and was influenced by the great Tin Pan Alley songwriters of that more colorful time. Blues was always around him and kept coming back to him in all styles of the musical media. He entertained all up and down the coast in the last few decades as a single act and in a few different groups. Roger sang a few of his songs on "The Merv Griffin Show". He wrote and starred in a one-man show entitled "The Blues Zone". His love for blues harp added to his sound and soon afterwards "The Blues Zone Band" was born. Finding his new family in The Zone was the perfect mix.

Allan Feldman - Bass/Guitars/Vocals
Allan first picked up the guitar shortly after hearing the Beatles and the Rolling Stones on the radio. When Cream made the scene in the late 60's Allan convinced his parents to get him his first electric guitar. Heavily influenced by the likes of Eric Clapton and Jimmy Page, Allan discovered the "roots" of the music he so much enjoys playing. Willie Dixon, Muddy Waters, Howlin' Wolf, Robert Johnson, along with dozens of other blues artists helped shape Allan's love for the Blues. In the mid-90's Allan began playing the Bass, as well as guitar, thus expanding his musical journey. According to Allan, "Hooking up with the Blues Zone Band is the most refreshing and enjoyable music experience I have encountered since first taking up the electric guitar."

Karen Brown - Keyboards/Vocals
Karen started entertaining almost from conception. She began in Film, T.V.and commercials. Then later on, voice-over work, playing piano, singing and dancing in various world renown musical groups. Her many theater credits include the Evita understudy in the L.A. company of "Evita." After playing with musician/songwriter John Tesh, Karen next joined the Blues Zone Band and became the last piece of the puzzle. The world of Blues received yet another daughter whose input and style brings entertainment with heart and soul.

Gisela - Drums/Vocals
Gisela lived and traveled all over Europe as a Top Fashion Model. Like most models she seemed to always be where great music was being played. After rubbing shoulders with both the "Royals" and the "Rockers", it looks like the "Rockers" won her over. Her love for American music has always been very strong and her love for the drums even stronger. After leaving the fashion world she headed for the States. Gisela has played in clubs from Oklahoma to California. In between acting/commerials and print work, she has found her groove in The Blues Zone Band.

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Feltpen

Great lyrics, strong vocals, traditional yet very original!
It seems that the past few decades blues has always been real serious. These guys (and gals) bring personality back into the picture. I think Sunny Boy Williamson and Muddy Waters would be proud. The songs on the CD are a collection of several different styles yet The Blues Zone Band has a style of it's own. If you are into what the Blues were in the 1940's 50's and early 60's, then this CD is a must have!
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Feltpen

Great lyrics, strong vocals, traditional yet very original!
It seems that the past few decades blues has always been real serious. These guys (and gals) bring personality back into the picture. I think Sunny Boy Williamson and Muddy Waters would be proud. The songs on the CD are a collection of several different styles yet The Blues Zone Band has a style of it's own. If you are into what the Blues were in the 1940's 50's and early 60's, then this CD is a must have!
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Przemek Draheim - Poland's #1 Blues Radio

Not the same old Blues - Catchy songs, interesting lyrics
Review from RADIO SFERA......Blues & Gospel From America To The Very Heart Of Europe!
Hello Blues Zone Band:
I like your brand of blues full of catchy songs and interesting lyrics. You don't play the same old blues but try to find your own thing and that's cool! I'm sure my listeners will enjoy your music.
Thank you again Jolly for the music you've sent me. I hope all is well with you.

Best wishes,
Przemek Draheim
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ag

big al
they rocked the key club. the world is next
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Bernard Boyat - Blues Magazine #44

"Hot To Trot" review from Paris, France
Voila' un bon nouveau groupe de Rockin' Rnb, qui concocte des titres bien Rock' n' roll mediums comme Greenbacks, Credit is Cue ou Next Time You See Me, d'autres plus Rockin' Blues lent avec Smokin' My Life Away, Wine And Coffee ou Little Miss In And Out qui comporte une intro a' la Coasters (That Is Rock'n'roll ou Along Came Jones). lls sont aussi capables de faire des ballades mediums moelleuses comme Carrying A Torch For You, ou d'avoir un parfum swamp louisianais sur Jesse Belle.
Bons debuts donc.
Bernard Boyat
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Les "Guitarzan" Bluz

Blues, various styles to various countries around the world.
No wonder this band from Sherman Oaks, California has stirred up interest in several countries including the UK, Poland and France. When you listen to the CD you can't help but "get into the groove" of the music, while at the same time your ear grabs on to the catchy lyrics, not an everyday occurrence in blues. Produced by band members Roger Reinhart and Allan Feldman, with Roger's extraordinary vocals, this CD takes you through a musical journey of 14 songs (12 originals). It's 53 minutes of a variety of blues that is playable over and over again. What a great debut CD!
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