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Mississippi MacDonald is currently touring across 1 country and has 5 upcoming concerts.
Their next tour date is at Whitby Pavilion in Whitby, after that they'll be at The Liberal Club in Orpington.
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'Mississippi' Ol Macdonald has been playing and singing the blues for 12 years. Originally a electric blues and country guitar player, Mississippi is more...
- Nov 19 Sun Glasgow, Òran Mór Glasgow Blues Rhythm & Rock Festival 2023 Animals & Friends, The Cinelli Brothers, Brave Rival, Felix Rabin, Xander And The Peace Pirates… View Tickets
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- May 17 2024 London, Mycenae House Mississippi MacDonald View Tickets
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Review: Do Right, Say Right by Mississippi MacDonald
By Mike O’Cull
Three-time British Blues Awards nominee Mississippi MacDonald puts down an energized and authentic set of soul-infused blues on his new record Do Right, Say Right . The album hits the bricks November 19th, 2021 on APM Records and contains one impressive performance after another from the London-based guitarist and vocalist. Produced by Phil Dearing at L Sound in London, Do Right, Say Right rocks nine new original MacDonald tracks that show off a high-level understanding of organic American music styles and the fluency needed to weave them together. MacDonald’s songs are expressive, creatively written, and not loaded down with cliches. He’s also a strong and genuine singer who puts his lines across with fervor and belief. Combine that voice with a bold and tasty guitar style and you get a winner every time.
Mississippi MacDonald has been building his name, fame, and brand in the blues business since his first album dropped in 2014. He’s created an ever-expanding body of work that shows him to be a consciously-evolving artist functioning within a roots music frame. MacDonald is backed by a tight and able band made up of Phil Dearing (keyboards and guitar), Elliot Boughen (bass), Mark Johnson-Brown (drums), and Lucy Dearing (backup vocals), a wonderful crew of musicians who seem to intuitively get the sound MM is after. He grew up as a blues kid in the Nirvana 90s and remains true to the music and his calling to play it in everything he does. His straightforward, unpretentious ways are refreshing and believable and deserve a prime spot in your regular rotation.
Do Right, Say Right opens with the convincingly penitent, horn-enhanced shuffle “I Was Wrong.” It’s a powerful song about someone who let go of someone they should’ve kept and realizes their mistake. MacDonald pleads his case through his lyrics and his open-hearted show of emotion builds up and propels the song well. His stinging guitar licks are sweet and lowdown and he executes them with a vintage tone that fits the arrangement like a pair of snakeskin shoes. Right away, he hooks you in and checking out the rest of the record becomes an immediate need.
“I Heard It Twice” is a hard-nosed shuffle that exposes some downright vicious opinions one particularly cold-hearted woman had to offer about our man MacDonald’s ability to play the blues. “She said I don’t like your blues, I heard it twice the first time,” he sings, after listing his faults according to her. Every performing artist gets this treatment sooner or later, because you just can’t please everyone, and the worst of it often comes from those they thought were on their side. MacDonald slips the critique by making a song about it and letting her negativity drive him. His vocal take is bone-chilling and his guitar licks are well-seasoned and unafraid. We should all handle our critics so well. Pay attention because school is in session.
Mississippi MacDonald slows things down with the vibe-filled “Drinker’s Blues.” His unhurried vocal delivery and interaction with the background singers on the track keep an undercurrent of soul cooking beneath this muscular slow blues. Horns and organ riffs expand the song’s arrangement and give MacDonald the platform he needs to speak and play his troubles to all of us. It’s a showcase cut for the entire group and is arguably the best song on the record.
“That’s It I Quit” is a cracking shuffle with a Texas feel to it that describes some of the many frustrations involved in living the gig life. MacDonald slings more hot guitar over the band’s big beat and overflows with confidence and style. Other cuts to cue up include “Keep Your Hands Out Of My Pocket” and the closer “Your Wife Is Cheating On Us.” Mississippi MacDonald is a large talent who sounds like he’s finding his mode and blowing things up. Pick up Do Right, Say Right and make your own day. Highly recommended.
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MISSISSIPPI MACDONALD releases new single ‘DEVIL’S CHAIN’, Featuring Kerri Watt, & its accompanying video
April 23, 2022 The Rockpit
Three-times British Blues Awards nominee , London-based soul-bluesman Mississippi MacDonald announces his latest single ‘Devil’s Chain’ , featuring vocalist Kerri Watt , released today, 20th April, and its accompanying video. The brand-new single follows in the wake of Mississippi’s much-played and acclaimed 9-track album ‘Do Right, Say Right’ which reached No. 1 in the IBBA Chart; No. 1 in RMR’s UK Albums; and No. 18 in Living Blues’s over in the USA and was Hard Rock Hell Radio’s Blues Album of the Year, 2021 .
“Mississippi MacDonald sounds like he should be on Stax, Hi, or Malaco,” Norman Darwen (Blues In The South, Twoj Blues Magazine) perceptively observed, “He has a strongly southern inflected vocal delivery, musical accompaniment that sounds strongly like Albert King turning up on the Malaco label, a tight, controlled band that is right on the top of its form, and songs that come straight out of the classic southern soul-blues songbook.”
Reviewers often compare Mississippi to classic bluesmen for his sound, virtuosity, and sincere commitment to the blues, but acknowledge the freshness, originality and modern relevance of his lyrics.
As Mike O’Cull ( Rock and Blues Muse ) put it: “ MacDonald’s songs are expressive, creatively written, and not loaded down with clichés. He’s also a strong and genuine singer who puts his lines across with fervour and belief. Combine that voice with a bold and tasty guitar style and you get a winner every time… Highly recommended.” ‘Devil’s Chain’ shows the truth of this. The song was inspired by a moment on a TV special between Johnny Cash and June Carter.
“The idea for this song came unexpectedly,” Mississippi explains, “while I was watching a rerun of a Johnny Cash Christmas Special on TV. In amongst the good cheer, the choir, roaring fires and all the presents under trees, June turned to Johnny and gave him a warning: ‘Every dollar you earn,’ she said slowly, ‘is another link in the Devil’s Chain.’ By the look in his eyes, you could see that she was sending him a serious message, and that’s when I reached for my pen and paper.” This song is Mississippi MacDonald’s latest musical expression of his deep understanding of American Soul-Blues, heart and soul. He’s been there, studied it, paid for the gravestone of O.V. Wright, and earned the respect of US radio, press and his peers. As the most important voice in US Blues, Living Blues , observed: “Mississippi MacDonald can’t claim to be from Mississippi, but with this wholly authentic effort, he’s earned the right to at least claim the name” . This again serves to echo the theme of ‘Devil’s Chain’: a tension between what ought to be and what actually is.
The London-based singer/songwriter/guitarist invited Glasgow-based Americana artist Kerri Watt to guest on his tale of the tension between the sacred and the profane and how that can sometimes play out, and their timbres play well against each other. Glasgow native Kerri has had two singles — ‘Long Way Home’ and ‘The Wild’ — playlisted on BBC Radio 2, and her collaboration with producer Oliver Nelson on the summer mix of ‘You’ achieved over a million streams. She has opened for a variety of artists including Keith Urban, Coldplay, Nina Nesbitt, Ward Thomas, The Overtones, Embrace and Julio Iglesias, and played at festivals such as Glastonbury, Isle of Wight, Celtic Connections, Secret Garden Party, C2C, and Cornbury.
Also playing on ‘Devil’s Chain’, creating the full sound for the track, you’ll hear Elliot Boughen on bass; Texas Joe Brown on drums and Phil Dearing on keyboards and rhythm guitar: Production wizardry was provided by Phil Dearing at Sound Studios. The video for ‘Devil’s Chain’ is based on the notion of contrasts, as Mississippi explains: “Just as June’s stark warning to Johnny contrasted with the seasonal celebration in the TV special, this video contrasts the hustle and bustle of the city with the performance of the song.”
In other news, Mississippi MacDonald has been added to the line-up for HRH Blues 2023.
Check out ‘Devil’s Chain’ for a fine taste of modern, authentic blues. ‘Devil’s Chain’ Now available on all digital platforms https://linktr.ee/devilschain
Website: https://mississippimacdonald.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mississippimacdonald/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mississippi.macdonald/
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Mississippi MacDonald is an English Soul-Blues singer/songwriter/guitarist, fronting a four piece band. He is a 6 times British / UK Blues Awards and three times US Independent Blues Awards nominee. He has appeared on BBC Radio 2's Blues Show with Cerys Matthews, has played extensively in the UK and the US, and has recorded recently in the US with Vaneese Thomas (Rufus Thomas) and Benny Turner (Freddie King, Mighty Joe Young). His previous album, Do Right, Say Right was named in the top 10 Blues Albums of 2022 by Mojo Magazine.
Touring his second album for APM Records, Heavy State Loving Blues, he was appraised by Blues In Britain Magazine as one of finest modern bluesmen in the U.K. and on this release he's excelled in all areas. The Heavy State Loving Blues album has charted for multiple weeks at the top of the RMR Global Blues Report, second only to Buddy Guy.
Contemporary British bluesman Mississippi MacDonald proves he's as legit as they come on his hard-charging new record HSLBa compelling, engaging artist who is going to make a lot of new friends with this record. Make sure youre one of them Rock and Blues Muse
Mississippi MacDonald represents the next generation of great guitarists who hail from the UKwholly authentic, he's earned the right to claim the name Living Blues, USA
Hell Yeah!.fabulous, very Albert King circa his Stax days and in my world, it doesnt get much better than that, Blues Matters!
Superior soul-blues singing and songwriting Mojo, Issue 345
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