Big Apple Blues

Manhattan Alley

New Album

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Big Apple Blues Festival

New York City, 2015

Leuven Blues Festival

Leuven, Belgium - 2016

News & Reviews

Vintage Guitar – ‘Energy’ Review

The trick to a successful blues instrumental album is mixing different tempos and grooves, steering clear of “just another shuffle” (or slow blues or “Tramp” groove). And while there may not be a “Hide Away” or “Honky Tonk” here, Big Apple has put together a set of originals listenable enough for you to not miss the singer.

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Sound Guardian – ‘Energy’ Review

‘Energy’ is an impressive and meaningful album presented by musicians who sincerely deliver their understanding of instrumental presentation of my favorite music genre .
By joint musical contributions of all musicians, ‘Energy’ is a respectable and truly extraordinary instrumental conceptual album which evokes city life.

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Get Ready to Rock – ‘Energy’ Review

The heavy-duty title track shuffle blows any remaining cobwebs, as the band takes off with a suitable closing message: “Ladies & gentlemen, this is your captain speaking. We want to thank you for flying Big Apple Blues and we know you’ve enjoyed this flight.”

Hell yeah, let’s do it all over again.

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Blues Blast Magazine – ‘Energy’ Review

The album opens with the first of several sound effects, an alarm call on the I-phone as the band takese band a funky approach to the new day on “Wake Up And Do Something” which offers opportunities for all the front-line players to show their chops. A car engine starting up signals the drive to work on “I-278 Grind” which has plenty of shrill harp and wah-wah guitar well supported by the organ. “Morning Jive” ups the pace at work with more blissed out wah-wah from Zach and energetic harp from Anthony.

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