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John Schooley and His One Man Band

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John Schooley and His One Man Band released records on the Swiss record-label Voodoo Rhythm. This label was founded bij Beat-Man in 1992, who releases records himself under variuos Beat-Man aliases and also is the singer of The Monsters.

JOHN SCHOOLEY from Austin Texas, the driving force behind The Hard Feelings (Sympathy, Dropkick) and legendary The Revelators (Crypt) comes around with his ONE MAN BAND !!! he is the blues trash man of the new century, plays all instruments the same time, Kick Snare, Hi Hat, Juce Harp , Guitar and Sings.

One year ago voodoo rhythm released a 4 song vinyl single ‘drive you faster’ had fantastic air play and the Trash Blues Man sheared Fan base around him, this time we put out a full Length Album… don’t be Scared, it’s not only one song (like most of other one man band) that repeats over and over… it’s a fantastic view in the work and music of john schoolEy, definitely inspired by old Blues music such as Elmore James or Robert Johnson does Schooley uses all the new part of blues and minimal Blues Trash as well in his songs… so it’s a frenetic wild mix of music from Hasil Adkins over the White Stripes to Joe Hill Louis over the the Oblivians

cover art by the one and only Rob Jones (white Stripes) and believe me, this boy has the Blues pretty bad and he’s pissed off about it, and pissed off about Almost everything… playing raw wild at the edge Rock’n’Roll and blues trash

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