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Barrelhouse

Barrelhouse

Barrelhouse


There is more than one artist with the name Barrelhouse. Two are mentioned below. I. A blues band from the Netherlands (1974 – 1986, 1993 – present) Formed: 1974, the Netherlands Members: Johnny Laporte - guitar Jan Willem Sligting - bass Guus Laporte - guitar Han van Dam - piano Bob Dros - drums Tineke Schoemaker - vocals (till 1985; again after 1993) Jony de Boer - vocals (1985 - 1986) John Laporte and Jan Willem Sligting left Oscar Benton's Blues Band in 1974 to form Barrelhouse, first as an instrumental group. Read more on Last.fm
There is more than one artist with the name Barrelhouse. Two are mentioned below. I. A blues band from the Netherlands (1974 – 1986, 1993 – present) Formed: 1974, the Netherlands Members: Johnny Laporte - guitar Jan Willem Sligting - bass Guus Laporte - guitar Han van Dam - piano Bob Dros - drums Tineke Schoemaker - vocals (till 1985; again after 1993) Jony de Boer - vocals (1985 - 1986) John Laporte and Jan Willem Sligting left Oscar Benton's Blues Band in 1974 to form Barrelhouse, first as an instrumental group. Soon Tineke Schoemaker joins them. They are very popular in the Netherlands because of their life reputation.

It even results in a concert with blues master Albert Collins in 1978, issued on CD by Dutch label Munich Records.In 1985 Tineke is replaced by Jony de Boer, but a year later the band gave their last concerts. The members of Barrelhouse all join different bands. Much to the joy of many blues lovers in the Netherlands, Barrelhouse comes together again in 1993 with all the old members, including Tineke. Since then they recorded 2 new albums and a new one is being issued soon...

extended biography will be put up. Albums: - Barrelhouse [Munich, 1974] - Who's Missing [Munich, 1976] - Hard To Cover [Munich, 1978] - Beware [Ariola 200895, 1980] with Hans Dulfer - Got To Get Together [Ariola, 1981] with Hans Dulfer - Blue Ain't Blue [Ariola 205444, 1983] with Hans Dulfer - Straight From The Shoulder [Munich BM 150250, 1984] live concert with Hans Dulfer - Every Night In The Week [Munich, 1985] - Fortune Changes [Munich MRCD 171, 1994] - The First 10 Years [Munich MRCD 182, 1997] compilation album with Shakey Sam, Hans Dulfer - Time Frames [Munich, 1998] joined on 1 song by the Five Blind Boys of Mississippi Albert Collins / Barrelhouse: - With Barrelhouse Live (Munich Records150225, 1978) Albert Collins with Dutch bluesband Barrelhouse - Albert Collins and Barrelhouse Live [Munich Records 225, 1996] Albert backed by Barrelhouse: December 1978 in Alkmaar, Holland Official Website: Barrelhouse Facebook: Barrelhouse II. A band from Richmond, VA, United States Barrelhouse emerged out of a shared obsession with the raw authenticity of blues in the summer of 2006. On the top floor of a vintage music store in downtown Richmond, VA, three of the six members exchanged numbers after a community jam session. A few short years later, Barrelhouse has shared stages with ZZ Top, Gregg Allman, Delbert McClinton, Jimmy Herring, and Jason Isbell.

In 2011 the band represented their home town on Beale Street at the International Blues Challenge in Memphis, TN. Harvesting influences from Chicago, Texas and the Mississippi Delta, Barrelhouse will enter the studio to record their first full-length album of original music in 2012. With two guitars, an overdriven harmonica, a notoriously tight rhythm section, and three vocalists, Barrelhouse strives to create something unique, all while giving a respectful nod to the celebrated blues tradition that brought them together. Bandcamp: Barrelhouse Facebook: Barrelhouse Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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