NEW ALBUM THE BAD TESTAMENT OUT TODAY!

Often Genres crossover from Blues to other related genre’s. Country music, Blue Grass, Roots, Jazz, rock and Heavey Metal can seriously blur the lines of separation sometimes with the...

Often Genres crossover from Blues to other related genre’s. Country music, Blue Grass, Roots, Jazz, rock and Heavey Metal can seriously blur the lines of separation sometimes with the Blues.
 
Content, Sorrow, Chord Structure feeling! The Blues don’t discriminate and neither do we! I just love GOOD music especially when it connects to your soul and feel the music. Sorting through music sent to me I came across this artist who does all that. He breaks down the barriers, blurs the lines to connects to the listener with heartfelt music from the soul. A journey that you get to share with the artist and “FEEL” the music Soul to soul! 

“He breaks down the barriers, blurs the lines to connects to the listener with heartfelt music from the soul.” ~Wayne Rinehart Executive Editor/Publisher Blues-E-News

 

I don’t have the full album so I can’t review it but from the tracks sent and the videos I posted here I get the sense that this album is fantastic!

Scott H. Biram is a cipher; a Texas blues man who loves Motörhead, an outlaw country punk, a Hank III-meets-Jimmie Rodgers sinner with saintly intentions who straddles tradition and progress, and can play a mean guitar. His messy, raw records swirl together outlaw country, blues, Americana, soul, and rock ‘n’ roll, and his new record, The Bad Testament, is all over the place in the best kind of way. – Noisey

 

scottbiram.com

 

  • 1. Set Me Free
  • 2. Still Around
  • 3. Red Wine
  • 4. TrainWrecker
  • 5. Long Old Time
  • 6. Swift Driftin’
  • 7. Righteous Ways
  • 8. Crippled & Crazy
  • 9. Feels So Wrong
  • 10. True Religion
  • 11. Hit The River (CD/Digital Only)
  • 12. Pressin’ On (CD/Digital Only)
  • 13. What Doesn’t Kill You… (CD/Digital Only)
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Executive Editor, publisher and creator of Blues-E-News

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