ELIZA NEALS “Badder to the Bone” All-Star Blues-rock Album OUT April 23, 2022 Pre-Order Now
“In just a few years with just a few records, this white gal with the blues went from being a whirlwind bat out of hell coming out of nowhere on the run to a pre-eminence with nothing left to prove.” Midwest Record 2022
ELIZA NEALS “BADDER TO THE BONE” Blues-rock album MANHATTAN, N.Y. – PRLog — Eliza Neals the Detroit born, blues-rocker is back with her second eye popping blues album in the era of covid. Discovered by Motown legend, SongHall, Grammy winner Barrett Strong; he was her iconic mentor in songwriting & production. Operatically trained, Wayne State alumni who shines on her own label, Eliza has gained national attention since 2015 on SiriusXM B.B. Kings Bluesville. The results you can hear.
Standing tall in sandy grass and Spanish Moss you will find Eliza Neals with her fresh modern Blues-rock album “Badder to the Bone,” out April 23rd, 2022. Two years after releasing “Black Crow Moan” her critically acclaimed, ‘psychic’ blues album predicting isolation due to global shut-down.
Eliza Neals returns with a riptide of Blues-rock on “Badder to the Bone.” Texas hot sauce guitarist extraordinaire Lance Lopez (SuperSonic Blues Machine, Lucky Peterson) with Detroit Rock-N-Roll Hall of Famer Billy “JC” Davis (Hank Ballard & The Midnighters, Jimi Hendrix) and co-producer Michael Puwal (ICP, Kenny Wayne Shepard) present a searing guitar.
Drum skins trounced by Detroit natives best Skeeto Valdez (King Konga, Johnnie Bassett) and Jeffery ‘Shakey’ Fowlkes (Too Slim) along with Nashville’s Tim Grogan (Desert Rose Band) plus Brian Clune, leaves the sand shifted. Flexing the muscle on Bass is Detroit’s own Paul Randolph (Alice Cooper, Mudpuppy), motor-city studio man Jason Kott (Robert Randolph) and Michael Puwal.
Ivory bone strikes hammer on Hammond B3, grand piano and Wurlitzer by Detroit Rock City’s finest Peter Keys (Lynyrd Skynyrd), John Galvin (Molly Hatchet) with Eliza Neals laying down the skeleton on piano. Michigan soul singer Kymberli Wright’s (Straight Ahead), back up vocal is supreme. https://youtu.be/
Synthesizing a body from the pandemonium wreckage key by key, bone by bone, up from below, kneeling now standing, Eliza Neals proves she’s a powerful voice in modern Blues-rock. Perpetual touring plus constant songwriting in American roots, blues music puts all systems at go on “Badder to the Bone.”
BADDER TO THE BONE
1) “UNITED WE STAND”
2) “QUEEN OF THE NILE (feat. Lance Lopez & Peter Keys)”
3) “LOCKDOWN LOVE (feat. Michael Puwal)”
4) “KING KONG”
5) “BUCKET OF TEARS”
6) “GOT A GUN (feat. Billy Davis)”
7) “FUELING ME UP”
9) “CANT FIND MY WAY HOME (feat. Lance Lopez)”
10) “QUEEN OF THE NILE II”
[John Galvin appears courtesy of Melody Crafter Music Inc.]