The sixth installment to my One-Man Band Series---this time on the Pennsylvania-based solo rockabilly singer/songwriter B.O.M.B. (aka Bruce Humphries)---is now available at The Philadelphia Examiner website, No Depression Roots Community site, and The Urban Artist Group Magazine's Sounds from the City Earth Underground
segment. The link has been provided here for those of you who are interested and want to check it out. click here for link
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Oh...speaking of one-man bands, I went to the Bob Log III and Molly Gene One Whoaman Band show in Brooklyn back on the 19th of this month. It was absolutely incredible! Bob Log III, one-man band neo-bluesman and all-out rocker, worked the strings with his highly adept fingers, picking and plucking and strumming, using both bottleneck slide and open-tuning methods in order to create his signature sound. Molly Gene One Whoaman Band, indisputably a credit to the one-man band movement, is not only sexy as hell but quite talented to boot. Yup, Molly is definitely easy on both the ears and the eyes, while Bob Log III...well, we know that the closest we can come to describing what he looks like to say that he wears a black one-piece stunt man uniform with shiny sew-on stone-like things that spell out his name on his back, a white and blue motorcycle helmet with a telephone firmly attached to the face plate so that Log can sing into it. Ok, so enough of that. Suffice to say, it was one of the best shows I've been to in a while. And I can't wait to see where this one-man band movement ultimately leads all of we people involved, from the artists to the die-hard enthusiasts and record nerds, and from the underground radio personalities that play it during their shows and the dedicated writers who attend the shows and interview the bands and listen to the albums, and so on and so forth, etc...ad nauseum.