Steve Mignano | Grey Sky

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Grey Sky

by Steve Mignano

Guitarist Steve Mignano's 2011 debut album redefines the traditional blues/rock power trio, delivering a rootsy, guttural edge that is as distilled as Tennessee whiskey.
Genre: Blues: Blues-Rock
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3. Coldest Day
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4. Hooch for Breakfast
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Features Steve Mignano on guitar & vocals, Roc Eubanks on bass, David Brenowitz on drums, and guest vocalist Ryan McPherson. Mixed by Chris Andrews at Monument Sound and mastered by Nick Moon at Tone Proper.

"A name to watch, Mignano masterfully infused his solos with spatial areas to build momentum and drama... his momentous solo carried the piece and showed that he's already learned the lesson that escapes most young guitarists - that less can indeed be more, displaying the often elusive three T's: TASTE, TONE, AND TECHNIQUE."
- Bill Meredith, Palm Beach Arts Paper

"'Grey Sky' is awesome, Gregg Allman liked it as well. We listened to it all the way home from Macon!"
- Beth Miller Darieng, personal assistant to Gregg Allman

"Saw a show recently in Aurora CO and loved it! Great originals and covers. Loved Steve's tone, phrasing and vocals - great bass and drums also. It's nice to see people who are passionate about their playing... we can't let this type of music die! We need MORE GUITAR HEROES AND LESS JUSTIN BIEBERS."
- Mike Zigler, fan
"One of Denver's BEST local blues acts."
- KUNC 91.5, Community Radio for Northern Colorado

"A little bit rock n' roll and a lot jazz and blues... I'd heard a lot of hype, and I admit, I wish I would've given a listen much sooner than last month! Steve takes the blues and classic rock and twists them into a new genre. Pretty awesome, but you really need to give it a listen to get it. Once you get it, YOU WON'T MISS A SHOW."
- Diana Rowe, Motorcycle Rider News

"Ok, so I listened to 'Grey Sky' twice today... WOW! I love the writing. Amazing approach from the band on standard progressions. Guitar tones, lead, vocals, bass, drums - love it! If they're anywhere as good live, look out! It's swampy, jazzy ZZ Top. Very cool."
- Sonny Rock, Local Licks Radio WRIP 97.9

"Combining simple yet memorable lyrics, muscular guitar riffs, and thundering bass and drums that sound like they were borrowed off a heavy metal album, 'Grey Sky' looks to breathe new life into the blues rock genre. Steve Mignano brings out a massive dose of southern fried rock n' roll that leaves many of the dusty blues music cliches far behind... Think Pearl Jam meets Cross Canadian Ragweed meets Stevie Ray Vaughan... it's the best local Americana rock I've heard in years. YOU'LL DIG IT."
- Dutch Bretton Seyfarth, No Depression Magazine

"With solid guitar riffs, driving bass lines and a steady, rock solid drum beat, Steve Mignano hits a home run! This record has a lot of style, flash and down-home blues that never gets old. The performances are amazing and the sound textures really took form once mixing began."
- Chris Andrews, Monument Sound


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