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Dreamerz&Co. recall B.B. King, Eric Clapton on new single
(Published: March 17, 2019)

Blues is certainly alive and kicking in the Netherlands.

Carrying the gritty spirit of British blues, the veteran collective Dreamerz&Co. is deeply rooted in the classics of Muddy Waters and B.B. King. However, the bar-band English blues of prime-time Eric Clapton are also in clear evidence on "These Damned Things," the scorching single from these guitar-wielding Dutchmen.

"These Damned Things" is everything a fan would want from this genre with its ominous lyrics, manly swagger, and beer-soaked vocals.
Founded by lead guitarist/vocalist/composer Adriaan Dorresteijn, Dreamerz&Co take a classic perspective on the blues but they have a modern, independent vision as well.

"These Damned Things" has a slow-burning yet commanding groove that fans of ZZ Top would devour. Its stomping rhythm and passionate vocals would be welcome blasting out of American taverns after midnight when lost souls drown themselves in whiskey. The lyrics have an autobiographical bent, and the singing is sincere and magnetic.

There's no doubt that these lads live and breathe the blues.

More Information: http://www.dreamerzco.com


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