The Blues Preachers will take you to another place and time, somewhere between 1920 and 1940. Their music paints a landscape of pre-war struggle and determination with sounds reminiscent of the Deep South. The Blues Preachers perform a fusion of good old blues, rags, gospel and hillbilly folk. Driving finger-style and slide-guitar combined with tasteful harmonica and old-school vocal harmonies create a traditional sound that will have you on the edge of your seats. Their original songs are about the big issues of today: addiction, greed, relationships, global warming, materialism, life and death and the search for truth and meaning in the great age of misinformation.
“The Blues Preachers record, Dry Long So, is one of the best blues records of the decade.” Samuel Fell / Rhythms Magazine.