Supersonic Blues Machine announce first European live date and release new video featuring Warren Haynes

They only released their debut album as ensemble in February but  Supersonic Blues Machine will now take their music to stage in Europe. This summer, 4 June at the Holland International Blues Festival (alongside Beth Hart, Tedeschi & Trucks, JJ Grey & Mofro, Jools Holland and Bonnie Raitt). Supersonic Blues Machine was formed by Fabrizio Grossi, Lance Lopez and Kenny Aronoff. They will be performing with Billy Gibbons, Robben Ford and Walter Trout. Billy, Robben and Walter also featured on SBM’s debut album West of Flushing, South of Frisco.

Taken from West of Flushing, South of Frisco is the band’s new single Remedy features Warren Haynes on guitar and vocals. In the brand new video you will also spot some of the other gentlemen mentioned above. Fabrizio Grossi “Remedy is very important to us! It’s the result of us joining forces with Warren Haynes, who’s not only a dear friend, but a true legend and inspiration for us all. But Remedy is also a great showcase for what Supersonic Blues Machine stands for – Blues, Rock, Soul, Gospel, melodic guitar work and grooves! These are our core elements, and the lyrical content is the sum of our life philosophy: tolerance, friendship, embracing the positive and using music, respect and love to connect with each other. We’re really proud of it, and honoured Warren Haynes was part of it.” Watch the video here:

Press on Supersonic Blues Machine – West of Flushing, South of Frisco:

“Modern blues doesn’t get much better than this” – “Superb” 9/10 (The Blues)

“Formidable…a modern day super-session which manages to hang on to the heart and soul” (Classic Rock)

“A sleek, stretched Cadillac of a Blues band” (Fireworks)

“You won’t find more soloing on any release this year” (Guitar & Bass)

Holland International Blues Festival

Fabrizio Grossi (bass/producer/engineer/wordsmith) worked his artistry in his birthplace – Milan, Italy – before migrating to London, Canada, New York, and currently Los Angeles.

Texan Lance Lopez (guitar/vocals) accrued at least one lifetime of experience before he was out of high school while playing bars in Louisiana and Florida. College came in the form of tours with R&B legend Johnny Taylor and blues masters Lucky Peterson and Bobby Blue Bland.

Kenny Aronoff (drums) has a resume that spans four decades and reads like a “Who’s Who” of roots rock legends, including John Mellencamp, John Fogerty, Eric Clapton, Jack White, Billy Gibbons, B.B. King, Bonnie Raitt, and Dr. John.

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