Backstage II Bart Bryant

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Label: HMG Recordings

Genre: Blues

Subgenre: Bluesy Rock

Artist: Bart Bryant

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  • 1Day Of the Eagle03:57
  • 2If You Love Me Like You Say03:02
  • 3I Can't Quit You Baby06:37
  • 4Empty Arms03:04
  • 5Past the Pain03:48
  • 6Mess Of Blues02:31
  • 7I'm Ready03:56
  • 8You Make Me Move03:30
  • 9Born Under A Bad Sign04:11
  • 10Whiskey, Beer and Wine04:53
  • 11Out Of This Blue05:02
  • 12Motown Groove05:16
  • Total Runtime49:47

Info for Backstage II

Guitarist/vocalist Bart Bryant delivers reliably on inspired-sounding renditions of gems such as Little Johnny Taylor’s “If You Love Me Like You Say” and the Willie Dixon-penned, Otis Rush-popularized “I Can’t Quit You Baby”.

The Connecticut-based Mr. B adds creative ballast to his current offering with impressive song crafting of his own, particularly the slow blues “Past the Pain” and a disarming ballad side-trip, “Out of This Blue”.

The horn charts add consistent punch and spice to the rock-solid backup present.

Bart Bryant

Bart Bryant
is a singer song writer and guitarist. Bart's powerful and fluid vocals and guitar style has sustained his career for over 3 decades. Bart began his career in earnest in the mid 70's opening up for national R&B acts including his first professional gig opening for BT Express.

In the 80's Bart performed throughout the Tri-State area and New England with his group "Current". The group performed up until 1988 when he released his first independent CD, "Revolution in the Puppet House" which recieved great reviews and led to his debute performance on MTV in November of '89.

In '92 Bart relocated to Austin, TX performing live on Sixth Street and throught the Southwest, while recording his second CD "BART" with Grammy producer Frank Campbell and Austin producer George Coyne.

After the success of this project, Bart collaborated with Houston blues legend Curt Commander. The release of "Commander~Bryant" led to Bart regular airplay on radio stations throughout Europe and Asia.

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