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Album Review

Though he may wear a touch too much make-up in his press shots, there is no prettied-up B.S. on this post-Wreckage rocker from T.H. Instead, Tom and a very talented band of rock and bluesmen (and one special blues woman) throw together a baking dozen of passion-rooted rock that make some question whether or not they're in Boston anymore. Aside from a pair of loose affiliations with Aerosmith ("Fever" and "12 Inches") and the support of local "monsters" and Stompers like Mike Welch, Sal Baglio, Duke Levine, Brother Cleve, Tom West, and a certain Ms. Tedeschi, Hambridge shows more upstate edge and recently-acquired Nashville twang than Berklee cleanliness. "Big and Empty" may be, but the lascivious rock-a-bye "Rachel Fay" is far from an obvious lullaby. "Boneyard" creaks and crunches with fibular firmness; "Gas" pumps like a runaway V-8, and the singular duet "Opposites Attract" has not even the slightest scent of DJ Skat Kat. Though Susan T. brings even more transplanted Southern fire to her four cameo tracks, Hambridge's self-cover of "Rock Me Right" digs through his blues-stained throat and deep into his rock & roll soul.

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Tom Hambridge Rocks!!

"...GLORIOUS, UNCUT, UNDILUTED, ROCK AND ROLL ! I simply can not recommend this one highly enough!" THE 


Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Drummer and songwriter Tom Hambridge had a brush with a more widespread following in 2000 following his debut for a major-record label, Balderdash, for the New York City-based Artemis Records. Artemis, a short-lived label run by record industry legend Danny Goldberg, folded just a few years later, but while it lasted, the label had an impressive lineup of roots music artists including Warren Zevon, Jimmie Vaughan, Todd Rundgren, Hubert Sumlin, and Susan Tedeschi. Raised in Buffalo, N.Y., Hambridge...
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