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Jumpin’ The Gunn

This blues trio was formed in Inverness, Scotland, nonetheless it is at Memphis, Tennessee, USA, in the summertime of 1992, the three members, Andy Gunn (guitar), Steve Skelton (keyboards) and Vikki Kitson (vocals), began jamming together inside a neighbourhood bar on Beale Street. Their name was extracted from an recording name of 70s US rock-band Jo Jo Gunne. John Wooler from the PointBlank Information label initially noticed the trio at a folk event, and he identified in them the skill and potential that merged their personal resolute songwriting around and indigenous blues affects. Highlighted by Kitson’s rock-edged delivery (organic evaluations to Janis Joplin adopted), the trio’s debut recording, Tones Of Blue, was documented in Memphis in 1992. Tunes such as for example ‘Even more And Even more’, ‘Green All Over’ and ‘Crossed Cables’ verified the guarantee, with Gunn’s songwriting offering Kitson with sufficient ammunition to make a selection of moods from screaming defiance to emotive resignation. Gunn pursued a single career following a music group’s demise.

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