Spin Doctors – “If The River Was Whiskey”
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British-bred blues rock guitarist, Danny Bryant, will release his hotly tipped new studio album “Hurricane” via Jazzhaus Records in the UK on Monday 6th May.
French metal rockers Karelia are set to release new album "Golden Decadence" in the UK on 15thApril through Rocksector Records. The album features a guest performance from the legendary Scorpions guitarist Rudolph Schenker on the tracks Keep Watch On Me and The Way Across The Hills. The first single from the new album is entitled Vanity Label.
Spin Doctors will release their new album “If The River Was Whiskey” in the UK on May 6 through Ruf Records (US release is April 30). Spin Doctors are the multi-million selling icons best known for the hit singles Two Princes and Little Miss Can’t Be Wrong, not to mention the classic Pocket Full Of Kryptonite. This year, Chris Barron (vocals), Aaron Comess (drums), Eric Schenkman (guitar) and Mark White (bass) are reconnecting with the flat-broke twenty-somethings who scraped for dollars at the sharp end of the Big Apple blues circuit. The Spin Doctors have come full circle. “If The River Was Whiskey” is the deep-blues album the Spin Doctors almost made before mega stardom came knocking. It finally bottles those near-mythical songs from their time on the sweatbox circuit.