Fort Worth-based guitarist, singer and songwriter U.P. Wilson takes on a startlingly refreshing design of deep Southern soul-blues that’s gospel inflected and rural, however urban. His extremely rhythmic acoustic guitar playing is definitely showcased on three albums for JSP Information, and it would appear that after years to be referred to as a local performer around Tx, Wilson is preparing to consider his show on the highway. Wilson has documented three albums for the London-based JSP Information — Boogie Boy: Come back of the Tx Tornado in 1994, THAT IS U.P. Wilson (1995), and Whirlwind, a 1996 launch. Wilson also offers two early-’90s recordings for the tiny Tx labels Crimson Lightnin’ and Two times Trouble. Elevated in Western Dallas, Wilson discovered his craft within the tough and tumble ale joints across the South and Western Sides of the town, acquiring his cues from famous brands ZuZu Bollin, Kitty Guy Fleming, Frankie Lee Sims, Mercy Baby and Nappy “Chin” Evans. Wilson shifted from Dallas to Fort Worthy of and shaped a band known as the Boogie Chillun with drummer and vocalist Robert Ealey. Later on, he caused Cornell Dupree before Dupree remaining to become favorite program guitarist. With the past due 1970s, Wilson and Ealey had been frequenting a Fort Value club called the brand new Bluebird, where these were getting ever-growing legions of accurate Tx blues supporters. Wilson began saving locally in 1987 and touring once again around Tx. Since the middle-’90s discharge of his JSP albums, Wilson and his music group have got toured regionally throughout the South, satisfying audiences along with his inventiveness, smart songwriting, great agreements and sheer originality. He came back in 1999 with On My Method.