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Full Moon Night In Memphis

by JP Soars

On this 3d studio release Soars proves that he is a boundless artist at the top of his game, a potent mixture of Blues, Americana, and Southern Swagger that'll make you wanna keep playing it over and over again!
Genre: Blues: Blues-Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Full Moon Night in Memphis
4:04 $0.99
2. Back to Broke
3:59 $0.99
3. Makes No Sense
5:27 $0.99
4. Somethin' Ain't Right
4:26 $0.99
5. Mean Old World
3:54 $0.99
6. Savin' All My Lovin'
4:05 $0.99
7. Reefer Man
3:24 $0.99
8. Way Back Home
4:23 $0.99
9. The Back Room
4:28 $0.99
10. Thorn in My Side
4:46 $0.99
11. Viper
3:38 $0.99
12. The Road has Got Me Down
2:54 $0.99
13. Lil' Mamacita
3:12 $0.99
14. Missin' Your Kissin'
3:39 $0.99
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Album Notes
What folks are saying about Full Moon Night in Memphis..

"Its freaking great!"
Little Steven Van Zant. Little Steven's Underground Garage.

"Every track is simply a joy.... He is an intelligent, skilled blues guitarist, but yet is always entertaining, engaging and enjoyable as opposed to just technical. This is and album from the top drawer"
Gary Burnett. Down at the Crossroads/No Depression

"Shredding Metal Guitar has helped Jp Soars develop his own style... if you don;t have a copy of this new release.... get it while you can."
Tony Colter BB King's Bluesville Sirius XM Radio

About JP Soars...

Since starting his recording career as a blues artist with the
critically-acclaimed 2008 CD Back of My Mind, guitarist and vocalist JP
Soars has channeled uncommon influences into a signature sound. Anyone
could simply list revered blues artists like Muddy Waters and Guitar
Slim, jazz guitar giants like Django Reinhardt and Wes Montgomery, and
uncompromising rock acts like Black Sabbath and Slayer, but Soars has
lived the diversity -- cutting his teeth touring and recording with South
Florida metal bands, and learning the complex style of Reinhardt to
continue to perform in "Gypsy Jazz" solo and duo settings. All of these
artists, and more, color and shade Soars' blues vocals and playing,
whether on his hollow-bodied Epiphone six-string or home-made, two-string
cigar box slide guitar.

In 2009, Soars' unique approach paid off as he and his trio The Red Hots
defeated bands from around the world to win the annual International
Blues Challenge in Memphis, TN. Soars also won the Albert King Award for
most promising guitarist. The group then channeled the excitement of that
victory into its sophomore CD, the 2011 release More Bees With Honey.
Like Back of My Mind, it received substantial airplay on XM Radio, even
earning accolades from Little Steven on his "Underground Garage" program.
The CD also garnered Soars a Blues Music Award nomination for "Best
Contemporary Male Blues Artist of the Year," and was named both "Best
Blues CD" and "Album of the Year" by the Palm Beach Post.

In 2011, Soars teamed up with Tampa singer/guitarist Damon Fowler and
Memphis singer/keyboardist Victor Wainwright in the all-star blues act
Southern Hospitality. Now Blind Pig recording artists, the group released
a 2013 CD (Easy Livin') that earned a Blues Blast Music Award for "Best
New Artist Debut Release." The collective tours in-between the schedules
of its three bandleaders' solo careers. Soars also released a 2013 live
CD with The Red Hots to document their first European tour (Live From the
Netherlands) after recording as a special guest with former Nighthawks
guitarist and current blues star Jimmy Thackery on his 2012 release As
Live As It Gets. "When I first heard JP Soars," Thackery says, "I knew he
was separate from the rest of the pack."

The bandleader has also
democratically added a second guitarist, Steve Laudicina, for the group's
live shows. Factor in a promising new bassist AJ Kelly, and longtime
rock-solid drummer Chris Peet (who also works with Southern Hospitality),
and the future is indeed looking red hot for Soars.



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