Tommy Castro & The Painkillers
Posted by Confluence (+189) 10 years ago

Live in Miles City at the Range Rider's Museum on August 29th.

"Even after more than two decades on the road, 14 boundary bending recordings and collaborations, multiple Blues Music Awards, personal and professional breakthroughs Tommy Castro, a veteran road warrior - and one of the most successful blues musicians in the world - takes nothing for granted.
In 2012 Castro will weigh in heavily again and turn yet another corner. Stlll inspired by his blues guitar and R & B vocal contemporaries and a strong desire to push the boundaries of today's roots music Castro has brought together an all new band he calls "The Painkillers" to do exactly that.
Foregoing the horns this time out Castro returns to a more stripped-down lineup that recalls the earlier days of the band and even features original bassist Randy McDonald along with new band mates Byron Cage on drums and James Pace on keyboards. The leaner unit allows Castro's versatile guitar work to come to the fore and his soulful voice to tell the story in every song.
Take caution, these Painkillers could be habit forming..."

Posted by Bob L. (+5098) 10 years ago
Holy Crap, how did you get Tommy Castro?

Wish I could get over there for that one...
Posted by Mathew Schmitz (+288) 10 years ago
Don't miss this show people. Dude is an absolute beast on the guitar. I so wish I could be there for this.