Guitarist Cameron Mizell – Filling Up The ‘Negative Spaces’. Part One



A Blues Saxophone player once told the tale of playing alongside legendary harp player James Cotton in Chicago.


On stage, during a tune, the saxophonist leaned over and asked Cotton how he was doing. The band was tight and judging by the reaction of the crowd, the groove was happening.

Cotton spoke into his ear two words which altered the Sax player’s life in music;

Empty Spaces.


Guitarist Cameron Mizell takes those words and elevates them into the stratosphere in his new album; Negative Spaces.

Imagining other worlds within the empty spaces as the origins of magical and inspiring notes. A level of conscientiousness both grounded and otherworldly. A record worthy of critical and mass praise from musical souls.

Please listen to Part One as Cameron commences a journey into the world of

Negative Spaces.


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