Mack Evans | Pawn Shop Guitar

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Pawn Shop Guitar

by Mack Evans

Southern blues artist Mack Evans new album, “Pawn Shop Guitar” follows his 2008 Americana chart-climbing debut, “Lowdown” with more of his deepest of the deep bass voice, Dobro expertise, and intensely original songs. A true scholar of the blues, Evans writes with a nod to forebears like Muddy Waters and Howlin' Wolf, but with his own modern twist: rich in story and darkly humorous. Born and raised in Florida, Evans now divides his time between writing, performing and recording with Storm of the Century Music producer Denny Leroux, whose thirty-year career performing with the likes of Bo Diddley and Wilson Pickett informs this collection.
Genre: Blues: Acoustic Blues
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1. Alcohol Dance
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2. Pay the Devil
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3. Pawnshop Guitar
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4. Angelita
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5. Revelator
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6. Bulldog
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7. Still On Fire
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8. Duval and Main
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9. Southern Rock
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10. Big Bill
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11. Walkin' Blues
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12. Ain't Doin' Too Bad
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Mack Evans is an ethnomusicologist, folklorist, and songwriter from Florida, He especially is drawn to Piedmont, Bentonia, and Delta blues styles.  He is also a veteran of the bar band, wedding outfit and blues nights  on the restaurant circuit. Currently, he is amazed to look up while performing to find that people seem to be actually listening to the words of the songs he's written, instead of yelling 'freebird' and dancing drunkenly on his amplifier. Sure, he misses the dance-band nights, but there's something good about people straining to hear quiet music, and the scrape of a shoe on a dirty floor or the squeak of a wooden stool can sound a lot like music.

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