“D-Train,” the latest clip in the series of video shorts from Blues in Disguise, is a testament to the group’s versatility. The Blues in Disguise original, featured on its self-titled debut, shows the band taking its old-school blues style and merging it with Allman Brothers-style jam for a fascinating fusion that immediately hooks the listener.
“This was a musical experiment,” explained singer/harp player TJ Nix. “We started to expand the melody, using speed on harp that I don’t think has ever been achieved before to accelerate the chord structure. I was testing the speed one could achieve on a diatonic harmonica and this song exceeded my expectations. It’s one of the fastest harmonica pieces in the world and still maintains true melody and purpose.”
The additional video clips will be released via www.bluesindisguise.com in the coming weeks. The debut album from Blues in Disguise is available on Poolhouse Records (distributed in North America by MRI/RED Distribution). Combining tried and true blues classics with a blues-jam synthesis (think Muddy Waters meets the Allmans), Blues in Disguise delivers all around. When Nix’s hard-charging harmonica attack meets Plumeri’s incredible guitar presence, it’s clear that Blues in Disguise means business. Blues in Disguise is rounded out by members Angelo DiBraccio (sax), Nick Hutton (acoustic guitar), Jerry Monk (bass), and Marty Paglione (drums). For more information on Blues in Disguise, visit www.bluesindisguise.com. For more information on LNF PRO, visit www.lnfpro.com.
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