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Moreland and Arbuckle

Since their beginnings in the Kansas heartland a decade ago, guitarist Aaron Moreland and vocalist/harpist Dustin Arbuckle have captured the visceral spirit of the early 20th century Delta blues and the raw energy of post-World War II urban blues and distilled it all into a hard-driving and powerful garage-rock configuration of guitar, vocals, harp and drums

Moreland & Arbuckle built on that solid foundation with the August 23, 2011, release of "Just A Dream", their second album on Telarc International. The 12-song set showcases Moreland's dynamic and compelling guitar work – two tracks were recorded on his cigar-box guitar consisting of three guitar strings and one bass string – Arbuckle's emotionally charged vocals and edgy harp, and drummer Brad Horner's rock-solid backbeat. "Just A Dream" adds a few layers of sophistication to the rootsy sensibility previously captured in the band's acclaimed 2010 Telarc debut, "Flood". Citing Little Walter and Son House as influences, the band is committed to bringing a strong brand of country blues to the music world, and it doesn't seem like they are planning on slowing down anytime soon. .

The boys have had an ambitious tour schedule over the past 15 months. Since the release of "Flood", Moreland & Arbuckle have crossed paths on the road with the likes of ZZ Top, George Thorogood, Jonny Lang, Buddy Guy, Robert Cray, Los Lonely Boys and other veterans who have mined the rich vein where the blues and rock intersect. Along the way, they picked up a few pointers about showmanship and how best to deliver the message, meanwhile, logging 82,000 road miles in just nine months in their Chevy Suburban.

"We've definitely taken a lot of cues on how to put on a good show," says Arbuckle. "We've developed a better understanding of how to work bigger crowds. You connect with a crowd in a certain way in a smaller club, but when you start getting into bigger venues, it's an entirely different dynamic."

If the band has any plan at all, it's "to just keep evolving and making great music without getting stuck in a rut," says Moreland. "This is the best record of our careers, and a jump-off point to rope in a lot of new fans that have never heard us before. I think we're lucky in that we have a unique sound and a unique style that I don't really hear anywhere else."

According to "World Music Central", you can "Grab your keys and sunglasses and forget the map because guitarist Aaron Moreland and vocalist/harpist Dustin Arbuckle are back to take you for a ride with their second installment on the Telarc label and in their live shows... "Just a Dream" is every hard-edged blues junkie's musical fix. Following up on their debut Telarc recording "Flood", Moreland & Arbuckle, fresh from touring and brushing sleeves with likes of ZZ Top, George Thorogood, Buddy Guy and Los Lonely Boys, are tearing up a new set of kick ass blues."

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