Collect all the new singles from Joe’s new record in Digital Collectable Form. Buy or sell them on the Ethereum Blockchain
Joe Rian (Ryan) was adopted as an infant and raised in Rock Falls Illinois. Sings tavern songs, beer soaked and road worn.
Young Joe flunked out of college, moved out of the Midwest and scraped by like most 20 year olds working multiple -minimum wage jobs. The main gig was sweating away at gold and silver refinery on the west side of Phoenix AZ. Other jobs included telemarketing, working concrete, putting up and then chasing hot air balloons, selling buying club memberships, moving appliances and a very short stint collecting outstanding debts for characters you might find on a once popular TV series.
This was 1989 Arizona. That’s when he won an American Stratocaster on a radio contest signed by Jeff Beck and Stevie Ray Vaughan. Then, pure chance found him at the last ever SRV concert. Weirder yet is that he ended up working at Buddy Guy’s Legends.
Summers would find him busking the streets of Chicago…where the real action was. Mid 90’s blues revival indeed was certainly a thing Heavy Blues… Street Blues really. That was never the only thing. Joe is certainly not a Bluesman, but a songwriter that likes to stir the sounds of Roots, Country and Folk styles into a nice pot of soup. Songs best consumed in your local tavern with a dirty floor.
A soulful voice that burns through the tracks. The wood-stomping shuffle of "Start All Over Again" casts a vision of heart-worn highways, and western towns rolling across a dusty car window. This becomes much more intimate on "Baltimore: where the syncopated guitar rhythm unravels a tale of distance and longing. He has the grit and soul of a traveling man, and I love that hie music totally embodies that. I'm digging what I've heard so far, and I'm excited to see what you have in store for the future.
In The Blue" Chosen #28 Best Songs of 2019" - The Americana Music Show. Joe's Record "Switchyard Sessions is a great traveling companion album. If you could only grab one CD out of your stack of CD's, throw it in the car when you're headed out the door, this is a great one to pick up when your traveling on a lonely trip.
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Midwest Boy is a full length (LP) record being released on the blockchain. 3 Songs are randomly generated. Currently minting (blind) the first three songs.
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It’s a song that’s got a gritty guttural guitar riff at its base, with Joe Rian’s vocal competing to be an even lower down whisky soaked growl. Tender and romantic it is not, but Rian does declare that he’s in earnest “if you think that love ain’t true, I’m gonna love you.“ ~Jonathan Aird