Keep on Turning
Roots Music Radio Blues Rock Chart
Top 25 for over a year 2019 and 2020
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Update: January 2020,
NAMM showcase at a soldout Slidebar in LA with
Matt Schofield, Josh Smith, & Artur Menezes kicked off the year. Now after
spending 53 weeks on the Roots
Music Radio Top 25 Blues Rock Chart,
"KEEP ON TURNING",
Seth's first full length
CD, it's time for a second release. He is writing and in
preproduction for the next release.
Florida Tour is
planned for October 2020
Spring and Summer dates available on East Coast and New
& Europe for November
2020 to follow 2019 sold out shows.
Contact Jim Nestor to check
availability and book any
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“For me, playing the blues is all about expressing emotions,” guitarist
and vocalist Seth Rosenbloom insists. “What’s always drawn me to the
genre is the fact that it allows for an extraordinarily wide range of
emotion. That, I think, is the key to making great music overall, and
great blues in particular.”
Rosenbloom knows of what he speaks. Hailed by The Boston Globe as “a
searing blues-rock guitarist,” and The Noise Boston as a musician who
“makes his guitar growl and has a voice to match,” he’s been compared to
“a slightly younger and rawer version of Matt Schofield ,” by the Blues
PowR blog, which also praised him for “his gravelly, forceful vocals and
stinging guitar work.”
Those assessments were affirmed this past year, when Rosenbloom made his
bow with his debut self-titled EP. Now, with the release of his first
full length effort, Keep On Turning (January 18, 2019), he shows again
why he has been referred to as the future of blues guitar. An assertive
and authoritative artist and auteur, he demonstrates confidence and
credence with a set of songs that sounds every bit like a new set of
standards. He executes the material in ways that are both riveting and
embracing, with his dynamic delivery ensuring an emphatic impression.
Throughout the album, Rosenbloom commands center stage, with able
support from Travis Carlton on bass (Robben Ford, Scott Henderson),
Scott Kinsey (Tribal Tech) on keys and Gary Novak (George Benson, Chick
Corea) on drums. Produced by Josh Smith, a world renowned blues
guitarist in his own right, Keep On Turning was recorded at Smith’s Flat
V Studios in Reseda, California.
Although firmly entrenched in the blues, Keep On Turning reflects a
distinct diversity in the range of sentiment, as expressed in a
selection of songs composed by Rosenbloom both on his own and with
co-writer Sonya Rae Taylor. He also includes classic covers of B.B.
King, Elmore James and Freddie King. From the emphatic wail of “Keep On
Turning” and “Right About Now,” to the drive and determination of
“Crawling Back” and “I Can’t Help It,” Rosenbloom’s passion and
authenticity are on display throughout the album.“
This album is the culmination of everything I’ve ever aspired to
musically,” Rosenbloom reflects. “I really wanted the album to represent
the diversity that the blues has to offer, and I’m so pleased to have
worked with such a wonderful producer and group of musicians who helped
bring it to fruition.”
Then again, Rosenbloom’s no stranger to making music. Born into a
musical family and raised in Waltham, Massachusetts, he began playing
classical violin as a child and subsequently took up guitar at age
eleven. Initially inspired by the music of Elvis and The Beatles, he
earned a performance merit scholarship from Berklee College of Music by
the time he was 16.
After spending a few years as an active sideman and in demand clinician,
Rosenbloom stepped into the spotlight with the release of his
self-titled EP in September 2017. He supported the recording with a
string of tour dates up and down the East Coast, demonstrating at each
stop his clear commitment to his craft and his ability to enthrall his
audiences with his verve and versatility.
Rosenbloom has further expanded his reputation by spending much of this
year on the road as well, introducing himself to his newly enthusiastic
audiences. Whether demonstrating his dazzling guitar riffs and stinging
vibrato, or emoting with his soaring and sultry vocals, he brings a
distinctive power and personality to each of his performances. Now, with
the release of Keep On Turning, he underscores that ability to add
several specific hues to the blues.