Shameless Dave & the Miracle Whips | To Have Your Love

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To Have Your Love

by Shameless Dave & the Miracle Whips

Rock/Pop style of blues that's catchy, funky and fun to listen to
Genre: Blues: Blues-Rock
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“...Shameless Dave and his deeply funky Miracle Whips.…….the record.. is a funky blues winner. It's an incredibly creative blues record. It shows lyrical panache, an ability to explore 12-bar style, musically, and has more that a few truly inspired guitar breaks. It's a very good record by a very good band…………… ”
— Steven Uhles, Augusta Chronicle

“Performing at the Washington Jockey Club, the Augusta-based band had the audience up and dancing to a variety of rock and blues tunes. ...the band delivered skillful renditions of blues and southern rock standards from artists like the Allman Brothers, Leon Russell, Eric Clapton, Stevie Ray Vaughn, Lynard Skynard and others. One patron declared the music to be "as good as when I heard the Allman Brothers."”
— Second Site

“Striding across the stage, his feet, clad in his trademark green footwear, seem to barely brush the carpet. He feathers the tone and volume knobs on his guitar, pulls off a few experimental licks, looks right and then left at his bandmates and then launches into a fiery amalgamation of Chicago blues, Southern rock boogie and Memphis soul. David Bryan has left the building; Shameless Dave is in the house. Named the best house band by readers of Augusta Magazine.”
— Steven Uhles, Augusta Chronicle



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