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TBelly @ Acme Feed and Seed Nashville, TN

Thursday, August 6, 2015
Acme Feed and Seed
101 Broadway, Nashville, TN 37201

Set Time: 6:00pm

“Sometimes a new band comes along and you wonder where they’ve been all these years. With superb rock-tinged guitar, funky piano and sleazy Blues harp, TBelly make some fine music, but it is their vocal performance that grabs the ear and engages the spirit. Blues songs can compress deep and complex feelings into a few lines, but when they are projected with this kind of power and conviction, they can also open a door into a world of shared experience.”
—All About Blues Music

“An intense, electric, melodic and smart debut. Powerhouse band TBelly may declare that Dead Men Don’t Pray in the album’s title, but for all those still living: hear this record.”
—Blues Matters

“UK blues group TBelly boasts some curious pedigree. Founder Russell Keefe, drummer Kevin Magill and Ross Lardner were all members of Bay City Rollers. Add in bassist Riad Abji, backing singer Debs Bonomini and harmonica player Al Richardson, the group is making some pretty exciting sounds in a genre that can get long in the tooth of late. The band tours North America this summer.”
—The Province

“This five-piece from England is about contemporary blues, and lead singer Russell Keefe has a bulldog growl at once familiar and gutbucket.”
—Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

“If it’s blues with raunch and punch you’re after, then have a close listen to TBelly’s debut album Dead Men Don’t Pray. From Russell Keefe’s raspy, ‘Tom Waits- style vocals, scorching guitar licks, pounding piano, ultra-tight rhythm and all the other elements you would expect from a hot blues band, this album doesn’t disappoint with every track a standout that will leave you breathless.”
—The Blues & Roots Music Blog

“The band may ask ‘Where’s The Doctor’ but a regular dose of this album will keep you uplifted and inspired as Russell and the band bring life and vigor into their rendition of their Blues. The title track will get you moving and you will want to play it again and again. A great debut album and I am already looking forward to their next album and their live gigs.”
—Big Blues Bonanza
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By: TBelly