Mojo Risin’: Gambling on the future of the blues with Seth Rosenbloom

Here’s some more sneaking slow blues for you, this time from a young guitarist and singer out of the Northeast U.S. named Seth Rosenbloom, who shows his chops both musically and vocally on this delightful cover of B.B. King’s “Gambler’s Blues”.

If you like what you hear here (and we’re betting you will), check out the rest of Rosenbloom’s self-titled debut EP, which also includes fiery covers of Elmore James’ “Wild About You Baby” and Bobby “Blue” Bland’s “I Don’t Believe” as well as two smoking originals of a similar vein in the slow-dragging “The Way Things Used to Be” and a Stevie Ray Vaughan-like “Nailed to the Wall”, all featuring Rosenbloom’s gravelly, forceful vocals and stinging guitarwork — reminding us of a slightly younger and rawer version of Matt Schofield — chock-full of diverse, impressive riffs.

We expect you’ll be hearing a lot more from (and about) this guy in coming years!

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