The Halley DeVestern Band “Money Ain’t Time”

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    Artista / Grupo: The Halley DeVestern Band

    Álbum: Money Ain’t Time

    Discográfica: Self Production / Blind Raccoon

    Año publicación: 2021

    Fecha crítica: 5/2021

    Valoración: VERY GOOD

Imagine you could see Janis Joplin on a live show backed by the Red Hot Chilli Peppers and The Mothers Of Invention. This is what you will listen and savor along The Halley DeVestern Band new album. The group includes Halley DeVestern on vocals, Steve Jabas and David M. Patterson on guitars and vocals, Thomas Heinig on bass and Rich Kulsar on drums and vocals, all them coming from New York area. Halley was member of the legendary Big Brother And The Holding Company band, something that left a deep mark on her. Afterwards she decided to form her own band. She has opened for artists like Johnny Winter, Jimmy Vaughan, John Hammond Jr., Son Seals, Debbie Davis or Gov’t Mule. The band now presents this album recorded on September 1, 2019 at the Studio Winery in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, with ten songs where you will find an impressive six-minute version of “Chain Of Fools” and a popular blues that inspired so many musicians that is “Stormy Monday Blues”. Lovers of the most frantic, vigorous and passionate blues but, especially, Janis Joplin fans, will find this album a delicious and suggestive surprise.