Josh Garrett and the Bottomline | Live on Printer's Alley

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Live on Printer's Alley

by Josh Garrett and the Bottomline

This is an outstanding live, DOUBLE album with that special Louisiana Flavor. This album was recorded live in 2009 on Nashville's historic Printer's Alley .................. Another "must have" from this South Louisiana bayou artist.
Genre: Blues: New Orleans Blues
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1. Preacher
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2. Tore Down
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3. Take Me Home
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4. Damn Shame
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5. Zydeco Boogaloo
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6. Champagne and Reefa'
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7. Movin' on Up
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8. Mojo
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9. Worried Life Blues
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10. Iko Iko
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11. Hate to See Ya Go
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12. Kind Hearted Woman
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13. Changed Man
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Born in New Roads, LA in July 1979, and raised in the bayou town of Houma, LA, Josh Garrett has been entertaining audience all over the country for the last five years with his own style of Louisiana Blues. Garrett’s style is a mixture of LA Blues, New Orleans Funk, Zydeco, and Rock ‘n’ Roll. “I’m drawn to all things Louisiana, it’s my culture and I try to embrace it,” says Garrett. He received an old acoustic guitar from his father when he was eleven years old. “[The guitar] was an old ’76 Alvarez. It was his guitar and he gave it to me. I was glad to get it and I haven’t put it down since.” say Garrett.
The band's most recent addition is a DOUBLE Live album entitled; "Live on Printer's Alley". This new album has captured the energy that is released at one of Garrett's live shows. It was recorded live in early 2009 on Nashville's historic Printer's Alley. The album contains brand new original compositions like, "Damn Shame" and "Take Me Home". There is a true Louisiana flavor runs through each tune on this record
In 2008 Josh Garrett released his debut album, “Changed Man”. Most of the tracks on the album were composed during his time deployed with the U.S. Army to Iraq. The self-produced album is a direct reflection of Garrett’s Louisiana heritage, and the feelings brought about by his deployment to Iraq. He says, “I enjoyed recording the album, and I’ve already started writing for the next album.”
Garrett has also recently joined another project called “Six Strings Down”. The band consist of four guitar players/band leaders from South Louisiana - Josh Garrett, John Lisi, “Westbank Mike” Doussan, and Billy Iusso. The band has recently finished its first studio project with Hot Tamale Records and special guest “Big Chief” Monk Boudreaux, Johnny Sansone, and Jimmy Carpenter. The album, mastered by Tab Benoit, is an exploration of American music in a New Orleans style.
“I feel like I’m at the beginning of my career. There’s alot more for me to do, a lot more place to go, a lot more shows to play, and a lot more albums to record,” say Garrett.' Josh Garrett has become known for his soulful vocals, emotion infused guitar styling, and that South Louisiana flavor that only comes from those with Louisiana in there blood.
"Fat Horns meets Funky Blues." ----THE GUMBO ENTERTAINMENT MAGAZINE
"There is only one band between here and New Orleans who can mix Blues with jazz, reggae with rock, and country with funk and soul to produce somethin alive and completely new."---THE GRAPEVINE
“Not only is [Josh Garrett] an amazing musician, he's an excellent performer. He's charismatic, fun, and really knows how to work the crowd. If you go to see Josh Garrett and the Bottom Line you will definitely have an amazing time, especially if you love the blues.”-------TODAY.COM


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Angela

These guys ROCK!
You come across music that connects you with who and what a community and state is all about very rarely! These guys get it and are so connected to the music. Love the album and the live musice show is just as good and better. You can help but have a great time when listening to their music and my GOD they are talented! Eveyone one of the members of this band has soul and skill. Thank you thank you for your music and how you FEEL it. Hope to see you again very soon.