I have no doubt that we are in front a rising star in the universe of blues guitarists, I'm talking about white guitarists with black souls at the level of those who left too soon like Mike Bloomfield, Danny Gaton, Roy Buchanan or more. recently Sean Costello. Eddie 9V, a pseudonym to which Mason Brooks responds, is at his twenty-three an incredible guitarist who shows his interpretive power far ahead of his contemporaries, with an almost supernatural technique and a majestic vision of what blues music means in the 21st century . At the beginning of 2019, he recorded five demos entitled "Brooks", where his guitar is shown at an incendiary creative level, and at the end of that same year his first album "Left My Soul In Memphis" was released, in which he plays on studio without any prejudice and with an admirable youthful impudence. If you did not get to those two jewels on time, now he has just released his second album, a work recorded live where he shows all his interpretive greatness, his guitar is indisputably solid while being intimate, persuasive and above all convincing. This guitarist has in his hands and in his soul to be able to reach the hearts of the true blues music lovers from all over the world, and his future seems to me unquestionably that he has already reached the present.