Keith Patterson | Stone Cold & Blue

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Stone Cold & Blue

by Keith Patterson

Blues influenced rock album with guitar, & B3 Hammond dominance adding the tone to the songs. All songs written by living or observing lifes ups & downs.
Genre: Blues: Blues-Rock
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1. Ain't Gonna Be Here No More Keith Patterson
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2. Going Down To Charleston (feat. My Buddy Todd) Keith Patterson
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3. Keep the Blues Alive Keith Patterson
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4. Shades of Gray Keith Patterson
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5. Rain Keith Patterson
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6. Torn & Tattered Keith Patterson
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7. Stone Cold & Blue Keith Patterson
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8. Time For A Change Keith Patterson
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9. Fascination Keith Patterson
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10. Your Killing Me Keith Patterson
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11. Lost Her Number Keith Patterson & Daniel Korzelius
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Album Notes
Keith began playing guitar at age 13. His early influences included the Beatles, Cream, and Jimi Hendrix. His love of the blues was further deepened by his discovering of Robert Johnson, Muddy Waters, Howlin' Wolf and John Mayhall & The Blues Breakers. His sound now is a mix of these early influences along with more recent blues guitarist's such as Stevie Ray Vaughn, Joe Bonamassa, Walter Trout, and Kenny Wayne Shepard, giving his guitar a distinct new sound all his own.


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Keli Pearce

Blues Rock, Back To The Essentials
This album has some of the most incredible guitar riffs and lyrics. It flowed from the beginning to the end and reminded me of the days of SRV and hardcore B.B. King! The Keith Patterson Band takes us back to the essential elements of blues rock and serves it up with a side of tenderness via Rain or Fascination!