Miserable – official video out now!

It’s a cartoon. It tells it all. Simple story. Happens so many times. Here’s the official videoclip for the first official release of the Solid Rock Blues Band, “Miserable”.  To read more about the release, the recording and links where to buy or stream click here.   Miserable – Solid Rock Blues Band. Download the …

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New (first) single release Solid Rock Blues Band!

Today we’ve released our first, official, single at BandCamp, Audiomack and SoundCloud. The single, an original song written bij Rudy & James, is available for download for only US$ 0.70. You can stream it for free on all sites mentioned of course. The song is a more-or-less acoustic folk-rock song, recorded at the ZolderStudio. The …

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Recording using Linux is not professional!

Some time ago I was discussing recording software with an online friend of mine. He stated that “none of the professional studios uses Linux”. Or similar words. Is that so? Is recording using Linux not professional?  I happen to have a ‘recording career’ at my home studio using Windows software. I’ve used many programs over …

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Amazing Grace (Gospel Country Rock Hymn) – Free Download

I “grew up in church” (Reformed Church) and love these old hymn’s. I’m still a believer. Though some of my opinions have changed over the years. I’ve left the church of my youth and am visiting another church (Baptist) these days after wandering trough some different directions. In Baptist chruches they play and sing more …

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Newspaper (Sucker for a Sad Story)

We’ve released a new song this week: “Newspaper (Sucker for a Sad Story)”. The song is based on some real life encounters with people “living on the streets”. It’s a free download. Some details about the instruments and recording: – Drums: FXpansion ECO Drums – Guitars: Gretsch g5420t Electromatic – Bass: Harley Benton MM 84A …

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Playing in a band

Today I’ve been playing at a show in a village close to us where a band (formed by several people rotating on stage playing coversongs) – the picture above was taken earlier. I’m at the right, playing the green Gretsch. The concept is rather unique. Pupils of a local music teacher play songs they learned …

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