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Wednesday, July 7, 2021

Quarto Valley Records artist: Sean Chambers - That's What I'm Talkin About - New Release Review

 I just had the opportunity to review the most recent release (July 9, 2021), That's What I'm Talkin About, from Sean Chambers and I really like it. Chambers put together this release as a tribute to Hubert Sumlin who he played with  for over 4 years, in fact the title of the release is due to it being a phrase that Hubert used frequently. Opening with blues rocker, Hubert Sumlin's Chunky, a funky instrumental, features Chambers on lead guitr, Bruce Katz on B3, Andrei Koribanics on drums and Antar Goodwin on bass.  With strong blues rock guitar lead and solid phrasing, this is a super instrumental opener. Howling Wolf's Rockin' Daddy gets a really hnice Wolf like vocal lead and Chambers' guitar lead is nothing short of electrifying. On St' Loius Jimmy Oden's Goin' Down Slow, Chambers works the space with excellent phrasing and his attack has fire that I've rarely heard from contemporary blues players except SRV. Excellent! On Willie Dixon's, Taildragger, Chambers digs deep on lead vocal with gritty vocals and really potent lead guitar that just oozes blues. Katz's contribution on B3 is particularly full on tis track giving Chambers a good paring to extend his soloing. Really nice. Mississippi Sheiks composition, Sittin On Top Of The World, made highly popular by the Cream, gets a healthy rework here with a less jazzy... more bluesy approach. Chambers, whos vocal has similar characteristics to Howlin Wolf defaults to another Wolf / Dixon composition in Howlin' For My Darling with the addition of John Ginty on B3 and wth a more rocking guitar attack. Very effective. Wrapping the release is Wolf's, Louise, with super pace. Chambers digs in on his vocal attack, playing his lead guitar response with excellent efficiency and sting. With cool piano work by John Ginty and emotional guitar lead, this is an excellent closer for a really strong release. 


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Wednesday, December 5, 2018

American Showplace Music artist: Sean Chambers - Welcome To My Blues - New Release Review

I just had the opportunity to review the most recent release, Welcome To My Blues, from Sean Chambers and it's meaty. Opening with flamboyant blues rocker, and title track, Welcome To My Blues, guitar player/songwriter/guitarist, Chambers lets it fly with solid vocals and ripping blues rock riffs, joined by John Ginty on keys, Moe Watson on drums and Todd Cook on bass. Great opener. My absolute favorite track on the release, Black Eyed Susie, has a super swagger thanks to Chambers' strong vocals and Watson's heavy drum work. Jimmy Bennett's slide guitar work on this track is super, the track actually reminding me a lot of a terrific track written by Jackie Lynton for Savoy Brown in the early 70's. Luther Allison's Cherry Red Wine is an absolute screamer with some of Chambers' most fiery riffs on the release. If you don't like this, you probably don't like contemporary blues...at all! Excellent! Backbeat shuffle, Cry On Me, has a great feel with Freddie King like poise. Very cool. On One More Night To Ride, Chambers' emphasis is on funky wah wah driven rhythm and free wheeling soloing. Very nice. Again on Red Hot Mama the slide is hot and slashing. With a straight up rock beat, this track has a great feel and never sounds like a Duane Allman clone. Very nice. Another great blues track, All Night Long, has just the perfect level of suspense, enhanced by the organ work of Ginty. Chambers' vocals are great and his guitar phrasing is particularly excellent. Wrapping the release is guitar ballad, Riviera Blue, with a really nicely poised guitar melody. Wel managed piano work by Ginty supports Chambers, intricate guitar soloing but never gets in the way. Masterful.


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Thursday, April 13, 2017

American Showplace Music artist: Sean Chambers - Trouble & Whiskey - New Release Review

I just had the opportunity to review the most recent release, Trouble & Whiskey, by Sean Chambers and it's a real rocker. Opening with foot stomper, I Need Your Lovin', blends the drive of Robert Johnson's Crossroads with the swagger of ZZ Top. Joined by Kris Schnebelen on drums, Todd Cook on bass and Michael Hensley on Hammond B3 and piano, this band is tight. On Bottle Keeps Staring at Me, Chambers vocals are bold and his slide guitar work fiery. On title track, Trouble & Whiskey, Chambers slows things down demonstrating just how soulful his playing can be. With excellent phrasing and hot technique, this track is smoking! With a nod to Joe Walsh, Travelin' North has a cool rock flare and contemporary blues guitar riffs. Hensley really lays into the B3 on this one giving the track even more girth and carrying the track forward to Chambers final hot riff. Very nice! Sweeter Than A Honey Bee has a cool country rock 2 step feel. Think Call Me the Breeze or Give Me A T for Texas. Rich guitar tones open Handyman, a hot rocker with sting. On Johnny Winter's, Be Careful With A Fool, Chambers stays away from Winter's extremely explosive riff but throws flames of his own and with some of my favorite vocals on the release, makes this one of my favorites on the release. Excellent! Wrapping the release is Gonna Groove, a funk rocker with slick jazzy guitar riffs and warm slide details. This is a really nice track to close a really good release.



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Tuesday, October 15, 2013

Blue Heat Records artist: Sean Chambers - The Rock House Sessions - New Release Review

I just received the newest release (October 15, 2013), The Rock House Sessions, by Sean Chambers and it kicks butt! Opening with a Texas strut, World On Fire, Chambers steps up with strong vocals and a lot of guitar swagger. Bob Britt on guitar, Reese Wynans on keys, Tommy MacDonald on bass, TJ Klay on harp and especially Tom Hambridge on drums add a lot to the heat. On Since I've Been Down, a fast paced rocker, Wynans really carries the weight on organ and with Hambridge on drums sets up some of the most scorching guitar work on the release. Healing Ground, a bit more of a Detroit rocker, opens up a nice space for Klay on harp prior to Chambers taking his stiff arming guitar solo. On ballad Meant To Be, Chambers slows it down creating what is certainly an easy airplay track with a strong hook and solid instrumentation. On rock classic Come To Poppa, Chambers adds pop with biting vocals, wah wah guitar riffs, backing vocals from Etta Britt and backing horns from Steve Herman (trumpet) and Jim Hoke (sax). On Your Love Is My Disease, a funky rocker, Chambers rakes the strings of his guitar in rhythm creating a bit of tension before letting the dog off the hook. Stinging guitar riffs on this track along with a solid rhythm and melody make it one of the releases best. Gary Moore track Holding On is of course a ballad and with backing vocals from Britt has a R&B sound with a twist of ZZ Top (Trippin). Another track with a bit of Texas swagger is Just For The Thrill. Elmore James licks, Wynans on keys, Hambridge on drums and Klay on harp are great support for Chambers on lead vocal. Money In A Minute has the bite of an angry dog proving a strong blues rocker with gritty vocals, crisp guitar riffs and hot harp work from Klay. On BB King tinged, R&B style blues track It Hurts To See You Go, Chambers holds the listener in the palm of his hand. This is absolutely my favorite track on the release and Chambers not only delivers on vocals but really digs deep for the right riffs to send this truck over the cliff. Really nice! OK...How do you end a super blues rocker album...I'll tell you! You play a Ten Years After track and that's exactly what Chambers does with a great version of Choo Choo Mama. Now it likely isn't a secret that the early TYA stuff is among my favorite blues rock bands of all time. Chambers uses a tight arrangement not far different from the original sans substituting harp for some of Lee's flaming guitar riffs but this song is a cooker and you hate to have it end. This is a cool release and one that you should definitely check out!  

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Friday, September 6, 2013

Guitarist Sean Chambers Announces His Most-Extensive Tour Ever

Guitarist Sean Chambers Announces His
Most- Extensive Tour Ever

New CD, The Rock House Sessions, Produced by Reese Wynans, Set for Release on October 15





TAMPA, FL – Guitarist Sean Chambers, whose new CD, The Rock House Sessions, is set for release on October 15 from Blue Heat Records, has announced his most extensive tour schedule thus far in support of the new album. His latest itinerary includes performances in a number of markets that Sean has not played in a long time, plus many he’s never played before, including all of his upcoming California shows, as well as San Antonio, Fort Worth, Salt Lake City, Atlanta, Phoenix, Boulder, Cedar Rapids and New Orleans. Sean Chambers is booked by The Jo-Ann Freda Agency (203-530-1019 / joannfredaagency@gmail.com).

The Rock House Sessions is the first album he’s recorded as Sean Chambers rather than The Sean Chambers Band; and producing for the  first-time is legendary keyboard player Reese Wynans (best-known as a member of Stevie Ray Vaughan’s band). It’s also his first album using all studio musicians, as Sean and Reese tapped into a host of all-star local players and songwriters. The album was recorded at the studio of another acclaimed keyboardist – Kevin McKendree (Delbert McClinton Band) – named The Rock House, hence The Rock House Sessions.

Besides Sean on lead vocals and lead guitar, the main band includes Reese Wynans on keyboards, Tommy MacDonald on bass and Tom Hambridge on drums. Special guests include  Rob McNelley on guitar, TJ Klay on harmonica, Chaz Trippy on percussion, Etta Britt on backing vocals, Bob Britt on guitar, Steve Herman on trumpet, and Jim Hoke on sax.

“We used three of my original songs on The Rock House Sessions,” said Sean Chambers about the new album. We had so many different songs on the table from some really great songwriters, including not only Tom Hambridge, but Gary Nicholson and Rick Vito. I really liked the diversity of all the music that we had to choose from here.

“The songs that I wrote are ‘Your Love Is My Disease,’ ‘It Hurts to See You Go’ and ‘Meant to Be’. ‘Your Love Is My Disease’ is a straight-ahead up tempo blues song my band and I had been playing at our shows a couple months before the CD was recorded, and it was always very well received. ‘It Hurts to See You Go’ is a slow minor blues song about a guy who is trying to convince the love of his life ‘not to go.’ ‘Meant to Be’ is really unlike any other song that I have ever written. It was inspired by my soon-to-be wife, Karen, and the song kind of wrote itself. After talking with Karen on the phone early one morning, I had this melody running through my head and some lyric ideas also. I picked up my acoustic guitar and wrote the whole song in about 45 minutes. Reese Wynans helped me fine tune the song in the studio and also added a few lyrics at the end. Not to mention the piano lines that he added really took this song to another level. Although it is not the typical kind of song that one might expect to hear on a blues/rock album, it came from the heart and it is one of my favorites. It's about real stuff!”

Radio promotion for Sean Chambers is being handled by Rick Lusher Radio Promotion (917) 742-0254 / rickl11421@hotmail.com

To arrange an interview with Sean Chambers, contact Jill Kettles at Mark Pucci Media (770) 804-9555 / jill@markpuccimedia.com

To download a hi-res photo of Sean (photo credit: Karen Chambers) click here: Sean Chambers color photo

For more information, visit www.seanchambers.com

Sean Chambers Tour Itinerary

09/14/13                              Orlando, FL                                         McWell's
09/15/13                              Sebastian, FL                                      Earl's Hideaway
10/11/13                              New Port Richey, FL                        Cocktails
10/12/13                              St. Petersburg, FL                            Ringside Cafe
10/19/13                              Boca Raton, FL                                   The Funky Biscuit
10/23/13                              Tuscarawas, OH                                Canal House
10/24/13                              Indianapolis, IN                                 The Slippery Noodle Inn
10/25/13                              Marion, IL                                            John Brown's Bar
10/26/13                              Blue Springs, MO                             Trouser Mouse
10/27/13                              Cedar Rapids, IA                               Parlor City
11/15/13                              Wichita, KS                                          Soggy Bottom Too
11/16/13                              Boulder, CO                                        Boulder Outlook Hotel & Suites
11/17/13                              Evergreen, CO                                   Little Bear Saloon
11/19/13                              Salt Lake City, UT                              Sun & Moon Cafe
11/20/13                              Salt Lake City, UT                              Sun & Moon Cafe
11/22/13                              Santa Cruz, CA                                   The Pocket
11/23/13                              Arcadia, CA                                         Arcadia Blues Club
11/24/13                              San Francisco, CA                             Biscuits & Blues
11/26/13                              Phoenix, AZ                                        The Rhythm Room
11/28/13                              Austin, TX                                            Saxon Pub
11/30/13                              Fort Worth, TX                                  J & J Blues Bar
12/03/13                              San Angelo, TX                                  Sealy Flats Blues Inn
12/04/13                              San Angelo, TX                                  Sealy Flats Blues Inn
12/06/13                              San Antonio, TX                                Sam's Burger Joint Music Hall
12/10/13                              New Orleans, LA                              Mid-City Lanes Rock 'N' Bowl
12/12/13                              Atlanta, GA                                         Blind Willie's
12/13/13                              Marietta, GA                                      Darwin's
12/14/13                              Jacksonville Beach, FL                    Mojo Kitchen
1/24/14                                Sugarloaf Key, FL                              Mangrove Mama's Restaurant
1/25/14                                Sugarloaf Key, FL                              Mangrove Mama's Restaurant

Additional dates forthcoming….

Tuesday, August 6, 2013

Guitarist Sean Chambers Steps Outside the Box to Record with First-Time Producer Reese Wynans on Upcoming "The Rock House Sessions," Due October 15



Guitarist Sean Chambers Steps Outside the Box to Record with First-Time Producer Reese Wynans on Upcoming
The Rock House Sessions, Due October 15

New Album Recorded in Nashville Using an All-Star Cast of Musicians and Songwriters

Extensive National Touring Planned to Support New Disc





NASHVILLE, TN – When Tampa Bay Area-based guitarist Sean Chambers began planning for his next album release, he decided to do things differently than he had on previous albums and looked northward to Nashville with its amazing studios, musicians and songwriting talent. The result will be released on October 15 when Sean’s new album, The Rock House Sessions, comes out on Blue Heat Records.

The Rock House Sessions features a number of firsts: it’s the first album he’s recorded as Sean Chambers rather than the Sean Chambers Band; producing for the first time is legendary keyboard player Reese Wynans (best-known for his long tenure as a member of Stevie Ray Vaughan’s band); and it’s his first recording exclusively using studio musicians, as Sean and Reese drew from the deep talent-laden pool of Nashville musicians and songwriters. The album was recorded at the studio of another acclaimed keyboardist – Kevin McKendree (Delbert McClinton Band) – named The Rock House, hence The Rock House Sessions.

“This project was a lot of fun for me, and working with all the spectacular musicians involved was a great experience for me,” Sean says about the sessions. “We recorded at The Rock House studios in Franklin, just outside of Nashville. I was originally only talking with Reese about playing on the new album, but as the discussion began to expand and we started discussing different song ideas, song arrangements and as I got more of his input and ideas regarding this project, I quickly realized that I had the producer I was looking for. I ran the idea of producing the album by Reese, he gave it some thought and a couple days later we talked and he agreed to produce the album.”

“I had a blast making the Sean Chambers Rock House album,” added Reese Wynans. “It was a chance for Sean to try a little something different, and a chance for me to try my hand at producing. I think it worked out really well.”       

The core band on the album aside from Sean on lead vocals and lead guitar includes Reese Wynans on keyboards, Tommy MacDonald on bass and Tom Hambridge on drums. Special guests include  Rob McNelley on guitar, TJ Klay on harmonica, Chaz Trippy on percussion, Etta Britt on backing vocals, Bob Britt on guitar, Steve Herman on trumpet, and Jim Hoke on sax.

“As Reese and I spoke about the project further, we started entertaining the idea of using some heavy hitters to play on the CD with us,” Chambers says. “Before you knew it, we had an all-star lineup of musicians ready and available to record the album with us. Tom Hambridge, who produced a Grammy-winning album for Buddy Guy, played drums on the CD and also brought some really great songs to the table.”

Besides three new original Sean Chambers compositions and the Tom Hambridge contributions, The Rock House Sessions includes “Choo Choo Mama,” written by Alvin Lee; “Holding On” written by Gary Moore; and “Come To Poppa,” written by Willie Mitchell and Earl Randle but made famous by Bob Seger. Other tracks include new songs by Gary Nicholson, Kenny Greenberg and Rick Vito.

“I decided I wanted to record an Alvin Lee song on this album,” Sean says, “especially with Alvin having recently passed away, and him being one of my favorites going back to when I was a kid. I thought it would be a good way to pay my respects to him, kind of a tip of the hat by recording one of his numbers.

“Reese and I also chose to record Gary Moore’s ‘Holding On’ because we both really liked the track, and again, Gary was one of my favorite guitar players and I wanted to include a song by him if I could.”

Sean Chambers will support the release of The Rock House Sessions with his most extensive cross-country touring yet. Plans call for dates beginning in early fall through the end of the year, with a specific tour itinerary forthcoming. Sean Chambers is booked by The Jo-Ann Freda Agency (joannfredaagency@gmail.com).

“I think that people will really enjoy this album; it has a little bit of everything on it,” Sean offers. “My good friend (and Blue Heat label owner) Jeff Fischer and I have done some good work together on the last two CDs, but I believe this one is our best!”


For more information, visit www.seanchambers.com.

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Saturday, January 21, 2012

Full Moon On Main Street - Sean Chambers


Sean toured with the legendary Hubert Sumlin as his guitarist and band leader from 1998-2003. Performing extensively throughout the U.S. and Europe together, Chambers recalls this time as being his "College Education" in music. "My band would usually open the show, then take a short break and bring out Hubert for his set. I learned so much during my time playing with Hubert, I consider it my college education." Sean not only learned at Hubert's feet, but his own style of the blues began to get noticed by fans and critics as well. During a tour throughout England in 2001 Britain's own "Guitarist" magazine named Chambers as one of the top 50 blues guitarists of the last century! After his tenure with Mr.Sumlin he later performed 3 more tours throughout England on his own, and in 2003 was asked to headline the Maryport Blues Festival there.

He was featured twice on The House of Blues Radio hour after releasing his first album "Strong Temptation." His second release entitled "Humble Spirits" (2004) features several special guest artists including Bernard Allison, The Toler Bros, the late Bruce Waibel and several other great musicians. The CD was produced and engineered by industry veteran Bud Sneider (Allman Bros, Gov't Mule)

In 2004, shortly after his second cd release Sean was forced to relocate when his home was struck by Hurricane Francis, and then again by Hurricane Gene. After being flooded out of his home, he was forced to take a day job to pay for expenses and a new place to live. Chambers worked 5 days a week for the next 4 years catching up and rebuilding his life, all the while still playing regularly around his home state of Florida to a steady and loyal fan base. In 2009 Chambers went back into the studio to record what would be his most critically acclaimed album to date, "TEN TIL MIDNIGHT"

"TEN TIL MIDNIGHT" was released on October 20, 2009 and has garnished a number of rave reviews since. "Ten Til Midnight" appeared on the Living Blues Charts for the first three months after it's release, as well as appearing at number 1 on the FL Roots & Blues charts for over 4 weeks in a row, and has been receiving steady airplay in 45 states around the U.S, as well as many markets overseas. The title cut was featured on The House of Blues Radio Hour with "Elwood Blues" as a HOB Blues Breaker on Jan 20, 2010. The new album also continues to gain steam on XM/Serious Radio. It was a "Pick to Click" on Bill Wax's show "Bluesville" during the month of February 2010.

With this new release under his belt, and a new fire in his belly, Chambers and his band are preparing to get back out on the road to continue where they left off almost six years ago! Sean's regular touring band consists of longtime bassist Tim Blair and drummer Paul Broderick, who were also members of Hubert Sumlin's touring band. If you like your blues blazin hot, this trio will definitely light your fire
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Friday, September 2, 2011

THE SEAN CHAMBERS BAND BLASTS OFF WITH POWERFUL NEW BLUES/ROCK CD,

THE SEAN CHAMBERS BAND BLASTS OFF WITH POWERFUL NEW BLUES/ROCK CD,

LIVE FROM THE LONG ISLAND BLUES WAREHOUSE, ON SEPTEMBER 20 FROM

BLUE HEAT RECORDS

TAMPA, FL – Blue Heat Records announces a September 20 release date for the exciting new CD from The Sean Chambers Band, Live from the Long Island Blues Warehouse, distributed nationally by Burnside Distribution. The new album was recorded live on March 22 before a lively audience in a recording studio atmosphere, which generated superior audio quality for the disc. Backing Sean on the live CD are his longtime bassist Tim Blair and drummer Paul Broderick, with special guest Gary Keith on harmonica.

The new album’s ten tracks include mostly originals, along with Sean’s distinctively searing takes on “Full Moon on Main Street,” a highlight song from an early album by The Kinsey Report, as well as a blistering version of Elmore James’ “Dust My Broom,” which recalls Johnny Winter in its approach. There’s also a brand new original song, “Hip Shake Boogie,” that is making its first appearance on any Sean Chambers album. The remaining seven tunes come from Sean’s three earlier albums, although most of them, with the exception of the two songs from Chambers’ last critically-acclaimed 2009 CD, Ten Til Midnight, have not been widely heard until now. Included are several fan-favorite songs, such as “Strong Temptation,” the title track from his first album; “Crazy for Loving You;” “Too Much Blues;” and the album’s powerful closer, “In the Winter Time” (both from Ten Til Midnight), in which Sean pulls out all the stops on his guitar work.

Tampa/St. Petersburg-based Sean Chambers’ last album generated the kind of critical buzz that’s been building since his first release. “Chambers’ brand of blues is a no-frills blend of Chicago, Texas, and Delta styles, played with an understated sense of ferocity. Sean came to wail, and he does so with a transparent sense of devotion and scholarship to the music he plays so well,” wrote Mark Uricheck in Living Blues.

Sean Chambers toured with the legendary Hubert Sumlin as his guitarist and band leader from 1998-2003 and did several tours throughout The U.S. England, Ireland, Canada and the UK with Hubert. Britain's own Guitarist magazine named Chambers as one of “The Top 50 Blues Guitarists of the Last Century.” After his tenure with Sumlin, he performed three more tours throughout England on his own, and in 2003 was asked to headline the prestigious Maryport Blues Festival there.

He was featured twice on “The House of Blues Radio Hour” after releasing his first album. His second album, Humble Spirits (2004), was produced and engineered by industry veteran Bud Sneider (Allman Brothers Band, Gov’t. Mule), and featured several special guest artists, including Bernard Allison, The Toler Brothers and the late Bruce Waibel.

When Ten Til Midnight was released in October, 2009, it garnered rave reviews and also appeared on the Living Blues chart for the first three months after its release. It received steady airplay in 45 states around the U.S, as well as many markets overseas. The title cut was featured on “The House of Blues Radio Hour” as a “Blues Breaker;” and the album also generated significant airplay on Sirius/XM Radio’s blues channel as a “Pick to Click.”



The Sean Chambers Band will celebrate the release of Live from the Long Island Blues Warehouse with a series of special CD release shows listed below. Sean is booked by the Jo-Ann Freda Agency (joannfreda@optonline.net / (203) 298-9331). Radio promotion for the new CD is being handled by Rick Lusher (rickl1@ixnetcom.com / 917-742-0254).

For more information, visit www.seanchambers.com.

THE SEAN CHAMBERS BAND CD RELEASE SHOWS

8/26 Ace’s Lounge Bradenton, FL

8/27 The Alley Sanford, FL

8/28 Earl’s Hideaway Sebastian, FL

9/1 Englewoods on Dearborn Englewood, FL

9/2 Chef John’s Blues Bistro Jupiter, FL

9/8 Aja Wiregrass Wesley Chapel, FL

9/9 Froggy’s St. James City, FL

9/23 Ringside Café St. Petersburg, FL

Additional dates forthcoming….