Sometimes life gets in the way of singing about life. Not every Blues artist starts a lifelong career as a teenager. Mississippi Hill Country Blues style player and singer Robert Belfour spent years in construction before making a change in careers.
San Fermin's music bursts with ambition, talent and extreme joy. Its self-titled debut is charged with great storytelling and amazing vocals by both Allen Tate and Lucius singers Holly Laessig and Jess Wolfe. Then there are the arrangements: little gems that turn these songs into cinematic vignettes using trumpet, sax, keyboard, violin, guitar and drums.
There are hardly any direct links to Robert Johnson left. The best of them is Rocket Lockwood Jr. In fact, Robert Johnson taught Lockwood to play guitar and the “Junior” is because Lockwood thinks of himself as Johnson’s stepson.