Thursday, 9 April 2015

Modern Blues Music for Restaurants & Bars

BBQ Joints, Smokehouses, Taverns, Corner Bars, and Blues themed nights have never been better. We've created a great new Modern Blues music program for bars and restaurants. It features the best selection of songs this wonderful world has to offer. From the moment the blues came roaring out of the Mississippi Delta, no single genre has ever connected with such a wide audience, and managed to inspire generations to pick up a guitar to make their mark on the blues scene.

It started with the biggest names in blues and all the signature tracks from masters like Eric Clapton, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Joe Bonamassa and Derek Trucks, but that was only the beginning. We scoured every corner of the musical globe and left no stone unturned to find the perfect blend from the legends, and the best from the scenes and bands that up until now have been overlooked. We've got the artists that keep their blues traditional, combined with a new generation reinventing how the blues are played, and in some cases even the instruments it’s played on.

The end result is a playlist sure to please the blues lover. A great blend of tunes from the heavy blues rock hitters like Zeppelin, The Allman Brothers Band and Cream,  and artists keeping the music alive today like The Black Keys, Gary Clark Jr., and Kenny Wayne Shepherd. Not only are you guaranteed to hear the bands you love, but to also find some new favorites. Track for track, pound for pound, controlPLAY’s Blues playlists give you artists that know how to make a guitar solo sing, bass line shuffle and lyrics that’ll hook you every time.


Check it out, you’re going to love controlPLAY’s Modern Blues! 


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After spending countless years playing in bands and working in radio programming, Chris was excited to join a company that truly believes in the importance of music and entertainment across  a variety of venues. He splits his time at controlPLAY filling subscriber’s requests, adding to controlPLAY’s extensive back catalogue of music and videos, and helping build numerous signature playlists  from Modern Blues through Italian Pop and the best of the Psychedelic era.        


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