We have finished recording our new album Bluesyourself.
It has 14 tracks: I'm tired of working, Viola Lee, You're gonna lose, Tempted, Nice time, What is it tastes like gravy?, Killing Floor, In my time of dying, That ain't all, Won't you please (so&so), Spinning wheel blues, Lonesome lover & Twenty yards behind.
We just need to work on the artwork and we will be ready to release it.
If you are interested in buying a copy, just drop us an email and we'll get in touch once it's released.
Sliding, picking, strumming, sucking, blowing, tapping & scratching good time front porch music!
The King Biscuit Boys are an acoustic blues duo for fans of Muddy Waters, Howlin’ Wolf, Sonny Terry and Brownie McGhee.In the last six years they have been gigging and touring all over the England and Wales. They are based in the South Midlands and have built up a loyal, local fan base.
The King Biscuit Boys deliver an energetic blues infused live performance with authentic Delta blues guitar from Jonathan Townsend and virtuoso harmonica playing from Craig Stocker who also brings, washboard, cajon, melodica and more instruments to the party. They perform a wide range of material from Delta blues classics, country blues to modern original blues songs.
"The mix of good time acoustic blues on guitar and harmonica, supplemented with a sprinkling of other instruments and a good balance of originals and covers, with a generous drizzle of humour thrown in, left me going home have had a thoroughly entertaining evening" - John Cee Stannard.
Where we got our name from.
In November 1941 'King Biscuit Time' was born. Broadcast from radio station KFFA, located across the Mississippi River in Helena, Arkansas. The programme saturated the Delta with live blues and a pitch to buy King Biscuit Flour.
It was on King Biscuit Time that Muddy Waters first heard an amplified harmonica and electric car.
Edited from : Muddy Waters - The Mojo Man by Sandra B. Tooze.