The Halley Devestern Band | Keep on Playin'

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Keep on Playin'

by The Halley Devestern Band

Balls-to-the-wall Blues Rock Funk with a splash of Swampaloo
Genre: Blues: Funky Blues
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Keep on Playin'
5:25 album only
2. Time for You to Light Things
4:06 album only
3. Bangin'
4:18 album only
4. Song in You
3:38 album only
5. Hit Twice
4:35 album only


Album Notes
Ready for a balls to the wall blues-belting mama that has sung with Big Brother & the Holding Company and has the admiration of Bonnie Bramlett? This fearless, two fisted broad grabs the spotlight, owns it, growls one minute, purrs the next and carries on like there’s no tomorrow. A wild ride throughout, mama loves her job and isn’t afraid to let it show.

When she names her influences it it no surprise to find singers Aretha Frankin, James Brown, Al Green or ’70’s soul acts The Ojays, Ohio Players, and Earth Wind and Fire. Halley has slowly but surely been making her own mark in the greater New York City area and is now poised to break out internationally.

The band features a who's who of New York's finest musicians, seasoned ex-sidemen of artists as diverse as Roger Waters and Shawn Mullins, from a full range of musical styles. An undeniable fact is the strikingly muscular musical engine room of the band which is a wonderful combination of blues, funk, rock and Jazz; not just individually influenced or inflected numbers but, throughout all of the numbers there is an atmosphere of a tightly woven, pulsating, urban tapestry; floating harpsichord sounding guitars and keyboards that are underpinned with briskly impressive martial drum work.

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