Thank you Jerry Alperin for this amazing review!
“Foghat still remains one of the must see bands today….Roger Earl, one of the original members of Foghat, was superb behind the kit as they then played “Road Fever” from the 1972 self titled album “Foghat and “Stone Blue” which was their 7th studio album released in 1978. Bryan Bassett’s brilliant guitar work really began to shine with song “Chateau Lafitte ’59 Boogie” highlighting Foghat’s classic slide guitar sound…”
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“Foghat opened the show with “Driving Wheel,” which is a near-perfect opener for the group. The song features a powerful guitar riff and showcases the groove-based rhythm that set the group apart from most of its contemporaries….”Take Me to the River” was an absolute revelation mid-set. It’s indeed a rarity that I will be completely knocked out by an old album track of a band I followed closely over the years….”
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Thank you Greg Drugan of North Coast Music Beat for this cool interview with Roger Earl in anticipation of our upcoming shows (two in one night!) in Akron, OH at The Tangiers, April 26th, 2019!
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Roger Earl talks Foghat, Earl & the Agitators and their upcoming show with Savoy Brown at Penn’s Peak on May 18th
“Every note in every song is powered by passion. Guitarist Scott Holt, best known as being the guitarist for Buddy Guy, has plenty of passion in his playing. Bryan Bassett, however, is not to be topped by Scott or anyone else. In fact, this is a collaborative effort, not a competition. These guys set out to make killer music together that made them happy. They succeeded….