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Dragon Lady

by Interstate Blues

Classic Rock Blues Rock
Genre: Rock: 70's Rock
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1. Frayed
3:57 album only
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2. The Winters Wind
3:25 album only
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3. Dragon Lady
6:59 album only
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4. Shadow Play
5:30 album only
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5. Loco El Gato
1:24 album only
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6. Spinning in My Mind
3:54 album only
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7. Wishin' Well
5:20 album only
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8. Born This Way
4:30 album only
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9. Her Darkest Ways
4:52 album only
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10. Still Who I Wanna Be
2:19 album only

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Album Notes
If you like straight ahead 70's style blues based hard rock with heavy drums, solid bass and screaming guitars then this is the band for you! Formed by Jamie Purpora (guitar,vocals), Jeremy Crowther (drums) and Roger Brown (bass) in Los Angeles in 1995. The idea? Go back to the blues to re learn the roots of rock and roll (which most of our contemporaries have missed). And then evolve back to the hard rock we loved growing up! Interstate Blues have released ten albums "Let It Go" (1996), "Interstate Blues" (1997), "Velvet" (1998), "Southern Lips" (2000), "White Lightning" (2003), "El Diablo" (2005), "Redemption" (2007), "Redux" (2009), "Red Was The Sky" (2010) “Two Thousand Miles Away” (2013) and "Dragon Lady" (2016). With each release the songs and sound get more refined. Between 1995 and 2016 Interstate Blues have played over to two hundred shows in the Los Angeles area. From The Whisky A Go Go to The Roxy to The Mint to The 1650 Club to The Viper Room to Skinny's Lounge just to name a few.

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