Rick Keene Music Scene – New Moon Jelly Roll Freedom Rockers

Volume 1 from Roots Super Group Set for Release
September 4 on Stony Plain Records

Stony Plain Records announces a September 4 release date for the first volume of music from roots “super group,” New Moon Jelly Roll Freedom Rockers: Charlie Musselwhite, Alvin Youngblood Hart, Jimbo Mathus, the late Jim Dickinson, and North Mississippi Allstars members Luther Dickinson and Cody Dickinson.

Recorded at the Zebra Ranch Recording Studio in Coldwater, Mississippi, the 10 blues-drenched tracks of sublime roots music on New Moon Jelly Roll Freedom Rockers Volume 1 will be followed in the spring of 2021 by Volume 2.

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The New Moon Jelly Roll Freedom Rockers originated back in November 2007, when musician brothers Luther and Cody Dickinson sat down for a guitar jam with ex-Squirrel Nut Zippers leader Jimbo Mathus, along with blues greats Charlie Musselwhite, Alvin Youngblood Hart and the late Memphis pianist, producer and all around musical stylist Jim Dickinson, gathered for a roots music extravaganza recording under the group name of the New Moon Jelly Roll Freedom Rockers.

New Moon Jelly Roll Freedom Rockers Volume 1 Track Listing

1.  Blues Why You Worry Me (featuring Charlie Musselwhite)

2.  Pony Blues (featuring Alvin Youngblood Hart)

3.  Night Time (featuring Jimbo Mathus)

4.  Come on Down to My House (featuring Jim Dickinson)

5.  K.C. Moan (featuring Charlie Musselwhite)

6.  Let’s Work Together (featuring Jim Dickinson)

7.  Shake It and Break It (featuring Jimbo Mathus)

8.  Stone Free (featuring Alvin Youngblood Hart)

9.  Stop and Listen Blues (featuring Alvin Youngblood Hart)

10.  Strange Land (featuring Charlie Musselwhite) 

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Rick Keene Music Scene – Jordan Officer Delivers Blues, Jazz and Country the Proper Way

Jordan Officer is schooled.

Many people play guitar. Many people write songs. Few study the history of music as profoundly as Jordan Officer.

Jordan Officer came into his own opening up for George Thorogood. It was a double bill at the Montreal International Jazz Festival. The Montreal crowd – stunned by Jordan Officer and his band’s groundbreaking set.

Please listen below to my interview with Jordan Officer about his three new albums. Country, Jazz and The Blues. Three genres which make up Jordan Officer.

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