'Some may call it Swamp Rock, others Folk Roots, Gospel or even Americana'

Make no mistake about it, Solid Gone shoot Blues – but forget about all those hackneyed clichés that mock the oldest popular music genre. To define their music just isn’t that simple, some may call it Swamp Rock, others Folk Roots, Gospel or even Americana.

We call it rural dirty Blues with its feet deep in the Mississippi mud of the 30s and 40s. But it’s box-fresh and right smack bang up-to-date.

This is the same earthy, live, guttural sound that was taken north to Chicago in the 40s by the likes of Howlin’ Wolf, Muddy Waters and Elmore James. But there’s more than a nod in the direction of Son House and Robert Johnson’s Delta juke-joint ramblings going on here.

However you define Solid Gone’s music, they are indisputably one of the freshest Roots/Blues collectives currently toting in the South West.' - John Drummond at Brewery Blues

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