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Electric Blues with a dash of Southern Rock and Chicago groove that might best be described as Bonnie Raitt and ZZ Top crashing an Allman Brothers house party.

13 MP3 Songs
BLUES: Electric Blues, BLUES: Blues Vocals

There will always be those who feel compelled to argue over what the blues is⦠or isn't.

If the music of Rusty Wright Blues sounds like it was colored from the big box of crayons, it's because Rusty Wright and Laurie LaCross-Wright feel the universe would be a mighty flat and boring place if everyone was given a crayon from the box and told they had to express themselves with just that one color.

The title track, "Ain't No Good Life", is easily the most traditional sounding on the disk and features Rusty's slide guitar skills but a wide variety of influences make an appearance on this Flint Michigan coupleâs debut release.

The husband/wife guitarists manage to keep at least one toe lodged in the blues while embracing a southern rock vibe that might best be described as Bonnie Raitt and ZZ Top crashing an Allman Brothers house party.

Original Godsmack drummer Tommy Stewart (a longtime friend of Rustyâs) contributes wickedly deep pocket drum grooves on all of the tracks. Steve (Hitman)Himes, a band mate since 1999, adds his formidable keyboard chops to the mix.

Taking a cue from husband/wife country music teams like Carter & Cash, Jones & Wynette and McGraw & Hill, the Wrights bring the time-honored male/female duet tradition into the Blues world. Their affable banter and sense of humor pervades the disc and they sound like theyâre having a helluva good time as they trade verses back and forth on songs like "Something Missinâ" and "The Fool Will Do."

The couple's quirky sense of humor again shows up in "Nasty Reputation", "Ain't From Mississippi", "Toppy" and "Long Time Coming" - all hard grooving tunes with a southern blues rock vibe. Rusty tears up the fret board on "Hell On My Heels."

"Do It Again" may slip out of the genre of blues but Rusty and Laurie refuse to feel apologetic.

âAt this stage in our lives, writing and recording a song about looking back and having no regrets is quite a cool thing. The lyrics really resonate with people," said LaCross-Wright.

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