Back to the blues now, with blues rocker Jeff Fetterman. He’s been doing his own things since the nineties and has built his profile to the point where he has opened shows for the likes of .38 Special, Molly Hatchet, Buckcherry, and Kenny Wayne Shepherd. Which should tell you where he fits on the blues-rock spectrum.
And it’s a good album, which mainly sticks to the blues-rock template, but with the odd splash of funk and seventies rawk thrown in there for good measure. He’s got an excellent voice which really comes to the fore on ‘Wash My Blues Away’, probably the album highlight, and his guitar playing is firmly in the white boy blues mode ala Walter Trout, Coco Montoya, and Eric Clapton (the early years).
He’s got a few good tunes up his sleeve with ‘Southbound’ and ‘Devils Shuffle’ getting the repeat play button hit regularly, so if you’re looking for a new blues-rock fix, hit this bottle of blues.