Hard driving blues rock trio from Pennsylvania, The Charlie Wheeler Band will be releasing their new album Blues Karma and the Kitchen Sink officially on October 7th, and it just reached #5 on the Roots Music Report’s Blues Rock Charts, amongst Royal Southern Brotherhood at #2, and Tedeschi Trucks at #7. The album was recorded at Graphite Sound in Warren, PA, “on and off” for about a year and finishing in 2016. It was mixed and co-produced by Anthony Brown, who has worked with Charlie Wheeler Band on all four of their albums.
The album has a wide range of styles and influences including Pink Floyd, Allman Brothers Band, grunge music, al-country and more. The songs are often lyrically driven creating a truly well-rounded experience, and you can tell that there was much thought put into each track. As Charlie describes it, “I just got hot with my pen.” Norman Darwen of Flyingshoes Review calls the album “a real, no-nonsense winner,” and its spot on the Charts is indicative of its overall success.
You can pre-order your copy here before the October 7th release.
Charlie Wheeler Band will be celebrating their album release this Friday, October 7th, at The Rex Theater in Pittsburgh, PA, opening for Pink Talking Fish. You can buy tickets here.
View their spot on the charts here.