Week after week, country music’s indie-label artists wait in a long line behind releases by major-label artists in the DisClaimer column. This week, 10 of those indies get noticed.
…the day belongs to two guitar aces named Eddie. Our DisCovery Award goes to Eddie Heinzelman. And my longtime fave Eddie Bush wins the Disc of the Day prize.
Singer/Songwriter Eddie Bush returns to the world of melodic country rock with his 19th release, "Love That Remains The Same", the first of a three disc series. The record is filled to the rim with radio friendly singalongs and searing guitar playing, and a special appearance by Eddie's former group, One Flew South.Read More
We Loved Aloud is the 18th studio release from national recording artist Eddie Bush, and could very well be his finest work yet! t's a record filled with all that is expected in an Eddie Bush work -- poetic lyricism, excellent musicianship, death defying guitar lines, big and meaningful choruses. But there's even a bit more here.
Eddie Bush will take the Windjammer stage for the first time in over ten years as part of his new CD release tour. "The Cage I Was In" is a 24 song CD of originals. It is his 17th solo release.
It's a coming home of sorts. He hasn't played there since 2009 when he belonged to the trio "One Flew South" with Chris Roberts and Royal Reed. They were quickly signed by Decca/Universal in New York and became nationally known.
The concert at the Windjammer on Jan. 27 will be a complete three hour show. He'll play everything from his older songs from his catalog to Prince covers and of course the music from "The Cage I Was In."Read More
So as I listened to "The Cage I Was In", I was more than just pleasantly surprised. However, It's hard to say about which I was most impressed, Eddie Bush's prowess with the guitar, his vocal ability, or his writing. About "The Cage I Was In" Eddie says, "This is my 17th release and some of my best work to date. It's 2 discs, 24 songs, and 100 minutes of music... I write a lot of music."Read More
Eddie Bush is an old-fashioned rock ’n’ roller. He came of age musically in the 1970s and 1980s. The Charleston native quickly came to admire guitarists such as Eric Johnson, Steve Morse, Joe Satriani, Jimi Hendrix and, most of all, Prince.
What his guitar heroes share in common is a technical wizardry so impressive it enables them to do just about anything imaginable with their instruments.Read More