Broadway Phil & The Shouters

Industrial-Strength Rhythm and Blues

The Shouters honed their trademark Industrial-Strength
Rhythm and Blues cutting the groove through countless
bar room nights. Smoke-seasoned and tavern-tested,
The Shouter sound has the potent urgency that a band
earns only through time. After almost a decade of
boogie (and almost a century of collective playing
experience) that has included stints with Huey Lewis,
Little Charlie and the Night Kats, Curtis Salgado,
Roomful of Blues, Roy Rogers and others, Broadway
Phil and the Shouters take their blues and roots music
to a new level with the upcoming release of their
second CD, Rhythm and Dues. An all-original CD, with
13 songs penned by Rob Gunderson and Philip
Newton and arranged by the entire Shouter ensemble
Rhythm and Dues is coming to stores and Shouter
shows this fall. Continuing the hard-driving R and B
tradition of their debut release, Rock Bottom, the
Shouters gear it up a notch on Rhythm and Dues, with
songs of loss, redemption, faith and survival, a soul
journey into the pulse of the human heart.
*I've been playing these blues for a long, long time
And I ain't too old to jump I've seen the Apostles of
rhythm and rhyme Holding church in a downtown
dump.Broadway Phil's harmonica and vocals are
backed by the house-rockin' Shouters: Gary Davis,
bass, Rob Gunderson, guitar, and the original Shouter,
Dave Mathieu, on drums. Their howling groove will
make you dance, shout, shake off the blues and fall in
love with Saturday night all over again.

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