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The Holmes Brothers represent the very best in roots music. They play a mix of R&B, soul, gospel and blues that’s authentic and powerful, timeless and true. The solid steady funk of “You’re the Kind of Trouble,” the light New Orleans gumbo of “Something Is Missing” and the smooth R&B balladry of “I Saw Your Face” present a veteran band yielding to no current trends or fashions and playing to their strengths. “Living Well Is the Best Revenge” is perhaps Wendell Holmes gathering his strength after a recent battle with cancer. Joan Osborne produces and adds a few back-up vocals, but mostly she ensures the music keeps its integrity intact. The often covered Don Robey number and Johnny Ace hit single “Pledging My Love” is given a sympathetic rendition, while the Beatles’ “I’ll Be Back” is redone as a straight R&B number. “Rounding Third” kicks into juke-joint mode. No matter what you throw at the Holmes Brothers, they send back no nonsense, straight-shooting soul music.

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Holmes Sweet Holmes

A stellar new release from Alligator Records featuring the Holmes Brothers and a stable of bluesy, soul-filled tunes.


Formed: 1980 in New York, NY

Genre: Blues

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

The Holmes Brothers' unique synthesis of gospel-inflected R&B harmonies, accompanied by good drumming and rhythm-based guitar playing, gives them a down-home rural feeling that no other touring roots music group can duplicate. Brothers Sherman and Wendell Holmes, along with drummer Popsy Dixon (the falsetto voice), are the group's core members, although they occasionally tour with extra musicians. All three harmonize well together. The Holmes Brothers are so versatile, they're booked solid every...
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