Vivan Vance Kelly @ Blues & Rhythm
Vivian Vance Kelly @ LaHora del Blues
Born in 1972 in Chicago, Vivian Vance Kelly began singing when she was only five years old at Sunday services in local church where she came with her family. Aged twelve Vivian led a hip-hop band and at nineteen she was the main voice in a reggae group. It was her father, guitar player and singer Vance Kelly, who introduced her in the blues ways, where she gradually got a name in Windy City blues scene. She also discovered her good skills as a songwriter, doing various songs that were included in several of her father’s albums. He also performed regularly with Eddie C. Campbell and toured Europe as a member of the Vance Kelly & The Backstreet Blues Band. This album gathers ten own compositions, plus the versions of Denise LaSalle’s “Husband Cheating On Us” and Ben E. King’s “Stand By Me”. As usual, Wolf Records is committed to present the most real Chicago blues, in this case, a genuine West Side blues vocalist. VERY GOOD.
Magic Slim – News
Here are two brandnew critics about the new Magic Slim – CD… out of the Jefferson Magazine (Stockholm) and the french Magazine Soul Bag:
News from Dana Gillespie & Al Cook
Here are two new reviews from the Magazines “Blues Blast” and “Il Blues” which we want to show you 🙂
Here is an article about the new Wolf-production “i´m gonna play the Blues” from Magic Slim
Two brandnew articles about our new productions… Snooky Pryor “All my Money gone” and Dana Gillespie with Al Cook “Take it Off Slowly”!
The criticism of one of the latest Wolf-Records Production – Dana Gillespie meets Al Cook – “Take it off Slowly” in the Concerto Magazine is out, and we are very proud to read such a positive report!