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Album Review

The Bluebirds hail from Shreveport, Louisiana and combine all the best elements that town's melting pot of musical elements has to offer. They play lean, clean and bluesy, with a style more than a bit reminiscent of Creedence Clearwater Revival. Buddy Flett plays great slide guitar, is the nominal leader of this trio and wrote ten of the fourteen on this, their debut outing. With a brick-solid rhythm section of brother Bruce Flett on bass and Kerry Hunter on drums, The Bluebirds' sound is rootsy without being reverent, modern without losing its soul. Highlights include "Testing the Water," "3rd House on the Left" and a wild version of Leadbelly's "No More Cane on the Brazos."

Customer Reviews

What you hear is what you get, live.

This CD is a great example of the quality of their live performances. Being a constant travler and new comer to the area, and having seen the Bulebirds 4 or 5 times, I can assure you this is a fine reflection of the performance you get from them every night. Now, I can dance down the highway with them in my car. If you like "road-house" blues, this is a must!

Great Blues

Love the sound, with a taste of CCR, ZZ & Muddy. Especially in these – Blues in a Honky Tonk Key, Swamp Stomp & Briarpatch. Five stars for those three songs alone.


Genre: Blues

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Blues-rockers the Bluebirds consisted primarily of brothers Buddy and Bruce Flett, Louisiana natives who formed the group in their hometown of Shreveport in 1987. The siblings -- Buddy on guitar, Bruce on bass, and both on vocals -- cut their teeth in A-Train, an outfit popular among Lousiana and Texas club patrons throughout its ten-year existence; immediately after the group's dissolution, the Fletts reunited as the Bluebirds, originally a Tuesday night jam...
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