David Hidalgo.Mato Nanji,Luther Dickinson: New album 3 Skulls And The Truth

David Hidalgo.Mato Nanji,Luther Dickinson

The Shrapnel Records Label Group Is Proud To Announce A Brand New CD Release "3 Skulls And The Truth". Order Music: http://amzn.to/R7wOEA
David Hidalgo ( Los Lobos ) Mato Nanji ( Indigenous )
Luther Dickinson ( North Mississippi Allstars/Black Crowes )

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David Hidalgo, Luther Dickinson and Mato Nanji met as featured artists on The Experience Hendrix tour, which has been famous for bringing together legendary guitarists such as Kenny Wayne Sheperd, Eric Johnson, Steve Vai, Buddy Guy, Jonny Lang and others to pay homage in song to guitar icon Jimi Hendrix.

With nearly 25 Los Lobos records to his credit, as well as collaborations on recordings by artists as diverse as Crowded House, John Lee Hooker, Roy Orbison, Tom Waits, Gov't Mule, and Bob Dylan, frontman David Hidalgo is both one of the most respected and eclectic musicians in the music business today. With a professional career spanning more than 30 years, this impressive singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist is well versed in a variety of genres including hard rock, psychedelic music and the blues which influences meshed with Mato and Luther’s influences. In addition to Los Lobos, David is also a member of Los Super Seven, the Latin Playboys, and Houndog, featuring Canned Heat’s Mike Halby.

Mato Nanji, longtime frontman of Native American band Indigenous, released his 8th CD earlier this year which went top five on the iTune blues chart both in the USA and in Europe and made Amazon.com’s top 40 best selling blues CD’s in the states. With influences such as Jr. Kimbrough, R.L. Burnside, the Red Devils and Jimi Hendrix, Mato is one of the most respected touring blues musicians on the circuit today. It was this commonality of musical influences that helped him forge a bond with Luther Dickinson and David Hidalgo.

Still in his 30’s, grammy-nominated guitar master Luther Dickinson has had a very impressive career to date, having recorded more than a dozen records fronting the group, The North Mississippi Allstars, as well as three records with the Black Crowes and collaborations with Billy Lee Riley, Robert Randolph, John Hiatt and many others. The son of famed Memphis record producer/recording artist, Jim Dickinson, Luther grew up in a musical household and was friends of RL Burnside and Junior Kimbrough’s families so you know these blues roots run deep in his veins. Dickinson’s phenomenal guitar prowess led to Luther making a short list of Rolling Stones new guitar gods.
The Blues Bureau label has developed a strong following for its superior blues rock recordings, often bringing together incredible players for hot blues super session. This record is all that and more.
Blues fans and guitar-oriented music lovers are always looking for a CD that cooks from top to bottom. The musical strength of these highly regarded artist’s prior releases have proved to music buyers that each artist on his own is a guitar force to be reckoned with.
David Hidalgo, Luther Dickinson and Mato Nanji -

Track Listing:

1. Have My Way With You
2. Gonna Be Alright
3. Make It Right
4. Mississippi Clean
5. All I know
6. Between The Worldly And The Devine
7. Still Looking
8. Cold as hell
9. I'm coming home
10. Truth Ain't What It Seems
11. Woke Up Alone
12. Natural comb

The Blues Bureau label has developed a strong following for its superior blues rock recordings. David Hidalgo, Luther Dickinson and Mato Nanji are right at home as a member of Blues rich legacy that includes artists such blues/rock legends as Rick Derringer, Chris Duarte, Eric Gales, Pat Travers, Indigenous and Leslie West among others.

This is a rare once in a lifetime collaboration of three frontmen who have each amassed a loyal following for their respective groups. Each artist is on tour this year with their own groups and anticipation among blues rock fans for this powerful collaboration is great.

David Hidalgo - Neighborhood - Crossroads Guitar Festival 2004