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Have A Heart” is not the Bonnie Raitt tune, but a darker tale of immigrants risking their lives on rickety vessels at sea for a new start in a new land. “So when you meet a pilgrim at the corner grocery store/you know he’s got a story/so in your heart, keep an open door,” Bibb pleads as Ruthie Foster wails “Have mercy” behind him in chilling moans. ” Originally recorded in 2010 on Booker’s Guitar, Bibb replaces his acoustic guitar for a National steel and turns in a more fleshed out, rocking’ version the second time around.

B. King Entertainer of the Year Award in 2010, Castro perhaps felt he gone as far as he could with his winning formula. He streamlined his band and changed direction toward a more rock and roll style. The follow-up to his 2009 Alligator Records’ debut Hard Believer may have taken longer to make than expected, but it was worth the wait. The Devil You Know will make listeners smile. Castro was assisted again with esteemed producer and songwriter Bonnie Hayes. He also had plenty of help from his friends from the Legendary Rhythm and Blues Cruise, Tab Benoit, Marcia Ball, Samantha Fish, Magic Dick, and Mike Finnigan.

The spiritual-inflected “Once Had Wings” is reminiscent of the very roots of blues, but with a fresh, modern overlay that makes it work on every level. This is the MonkeyJunk that set the blues world on fire. This is what we need from them. They are very good rockers, but they are exceptional bluesmen. The world doesn’t need another good rock band, but it is dire need of a fresh, innovative, musically stunning blues/roots band. There is, of course, no dividing line between rock and blues – it’s more of a fuzzy smudge.

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Blues Music Magazine #3 by EDITOR-IN-CHIEF: Art Tipaldi

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