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Bryce Janey - Practice What You Preach

Bryce Janey - Practice What You Preach

Blues , Love, Latino
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Album Info

Size: 90,1 MB
Time: 38:54
File: MP3 @ 320K/s
Released: 2009
Styles: Harmonica Blues, Blues Rock
Label: Hot Fudge
Art: Front

01. Practice What You Preach (4:57)
02. If I Could (2:55)
03. Goin' Back Home (4:22)
04. Walkin' Out On Me (4:25)
05. Tampa Bay (4:30)
06. Ain't Nobody Dancin' (4:59)
07. Some For Me, More For You (3:22)
08. Movin' Home (5:48)
09. Gamblin' Man's Blues (3:33)

Bryce Janey began his career in his hometown of Marion, IA at the age of 13 in a blues trio called The Janey’s. With his mother on drums and his father BillyLee on guitar, The Janey’s played throughout the Midwest from Chicago (Buddy Guy's Legends, Kansas City,St. Louis, Minneapolis, Memphis (Hall of Blues), Louisville, Minneapolis, Phoenix and Los Angeles. Bryce has played many festivals including:Buddy Guy's Legends during Chicago Blues Fest, Kansas City Blues Fest (w/BlueBand) Bluesmore,(Cedar Rapids, Ia) The Janeys have shared the stage with several national acts including: Buddy Guy, Delbert McClinton, Blues Traveler, Elvin Bishop, John Mayall, Rick Derringer, Foghat, Edgar Winter and Johnny Winter. Bryce has also been invited onstage to perform with Blues greats like Koko Tayler, Tab Benoit, Lamont Cranston, Kenny Neal, among others. Bryce lives and performs mainly in Eastern Iowa. He Has 7 cd's to his credit and "5 Star" reviews from "Blues Revue Magazine" and rave reviews from "Blues Access" and "Living Blues" Magazines. Bryce's guitar work with The Blue Band earned him an induction into the Iowa Rock-n-Roll Hall of Fame in 2007.

Practice What You Preach

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The album code is : ODI2170402

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