life is the blues

B R E E Z Y   R O D I O 

Musicians:

fabrizio "Breezy" Rodio - guitar, vocals
Johnny Bradley - bass
Daniel C. Tablon - keyboards
Lorenzo Francocci - drums
Josh Fulero - harmonica
Anson Fundeeburgh - guitar (Tracks 1,4)

produced by anson funderburgh

Tracklist:

01 Half Way in the Devil's Gate 04:50
02 C.H.I.C.A.G.O. 03:55    
03 Underground Blues 04:48    
04 Playing My Game Too 03:47    
05 That Damn Cocaine 04:05    
06 The Murder 03:34    
07 Lightning Strike 03:05    
08 The Asymptomatics 02:37    
09 Let Me Go 04:18    
10 Gerry Told Me 04:56    
11 Hello Friendo 03:04    
12 Sugar Daddy 04:20    
13 Why Did You Go 03:27    
14 Bluesoned 05:08    

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UNDERGROUND BLUES

WINDCHILL RECORDS

RELEASE DATE : AUGUST 5, 2022

(ITALY/usa)

"UNDERGROUND BLUES"

BREEZY RODIO

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previous solo recordings

2011

2014

2018

2019

reggae sunsplash

2015

2018

barr + the big fielders

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2019

2021

Born in Rome (Italy) Fabrizio "Breezy" Rodio, after spending time in New York, found his place in the Chicago blues scene since he arrived in the city in 2007. His talents on the guitar immediately caught the attention of Linsey Alexander who just seeing him perform got him into his band. While still with Linsey, with whom he recorded three albums, in 2010 he founded his own blues band and the following year he released his first album "Playing My Game Too". After a second album in 2014, Rodio established himself on the Chicago club circuit and soon caught the attention of Delmark Records, a label that produced his next two albums "Sometimes The Blues Got Me" (2018) and "If It Ain't Broke Don't Fix It" (2019) being two essential albums among the new young blues artists of his generation. His background stores rock & roll bands like Led Zeppelin or Deep Purple that he discovered in his teens and also his approach to Reggae music of which he is an active player, recording with his parallel band Breezy Rodio and The Coolers and with Rastaman Kofi James. "Underground Blues" is his fifth album by his own and is, in addition to a clairvoyant work, an exercise in prospecting where blues music can circulate today. Breezy Rodio represents the present and the future of blues music and there is no doubt that it's in good hands.

backing linsey alexander

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2010

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2012

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2014

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blues & reggae roots

09/29/2022

you play what you are

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