JT Coldfire

After i great night at the legendary Antone’s in Austin, Tx, we came out the victor of the HEART OF TEXAS BLUES CHALLENGE which will take us to Memphis, Tn from January 29-February 2, 2013!!!

This competition has launched many great artists and I hope to see y’all there!!!

We would love sponsers or any love you can throw our way for us to be able to go there and kill it!!!!

Love you all,

JT Coldfire

THE GREAT NORTHERN BLUES SOCIETY SAYS…
Sep 16, 2012

JT Coldfire

Always & Never

“Get it on (in the Back of the Bar)” starts things off here; it is an upbeat rocker with a Texas feel that will put people on the dance floor. This song has it all, piano, harp and sax. A mid tempo Blues Rocker with harp thrown in is what you will find on “It’s Alright with Me”. “Rather Die in My Sleep” is a slower Blues track that expands the range of JT’s vocals. It has great lyrics, a big time guitar solo along with layering of guitar and harp to make for interesting sound, “Let’s Go for a Drive” has a Country flavor with a funky groove and nice placement of the female background vocals. When I listen to “Feelin’ the Music” I’m reminded of a song that I can’t quite place, it has kind of a 70s Rock/Pop feel to it. “Toast to a Bluesman” is harp driven with distorted and dirty vocals. Deep Chicago style slow Blues is what’s on tap with “I’m the Best Thing You Ever Had.” The song asks the question “Why does good love have to hurt so bad?” I’m not sure that is a question that will ever be answered. “Party Lovin Pappa” is an upbeat swinger that has a 50’s rockabilly feel. “Tired Man’s Blues” closes out this CD with some New Orleans Zydeco flavor that is guaranteed to make you shake what the good lord don’t want you to break! This CD covers a lot of different styles and territory and all of it is very enjoyable. JT Coldfire has toured extensively around the world over the last 15 years. This is the first that I have heard of this singer/songwriter/guitarist and I hope to hear a lot more in the future. Ron Hoerter with Daniel Schlewitz

JT Coldfire

Always & Never

“Get it on (in the Back of the Bar)” starts things off here; it is an upbeat rocker with a Texas feel that will put people on the dance floor. This song has it all, piano, harp and sax. A mid tempo Blues Rocker with harp thrown in is what you will find on “It’s Alright with Me”. “Rather Die in My Sleep” is a slower Blues track that expands the range of JT’s vocals. It has great lyrics, a big time guitar solo along with layering of guitar and harp to make for interesting sound, “Let’s Go for a Drive” has a Country flavor with a funky groove and nice placement of the female background vocals. When I listen to “Feelin’ the Music” I’m reminded of a song that I can’t quite place, it has kind of a 70s Rock/Pop feel to it. “Toast to a Bluesman” is harp driven with distorted and dirty vocals. Deep Chicago style slow Blues is what’s on tap with “I’m the Best Thing You Ever Had.” The song asks the question “Why does good love have to hurt so bad?” I’m not sure that is a question that will ever be answered. “Party Lovin Pappa” is an upbeat swinger that has a 50’s rockabilly feel. “Tired Man’s Blues” closes out this CD with some New Orleans Zydeco flavor that is guaranteed to make you shake what the good lord don’t want you to break! This CD covers a lot of different styles and territory and all of it is very enjoyable. JT Coldfire has toured extensively around the world over the last 15 years. This is the first that I have heard of this singer/songwriter/guitarist and I hope to hear a lot more in the future. Ron Hoerter with Daniel Schlewitz

JT Coldfire

Always & Never

“Get it on (in the Back of the Bar)” starts things off here; it is an upbeat rocker with a Texas feel that will put people on the dance floor. This song has it all, piano, harp and sax. A mid tempo Blues Rocker with harp thrown in is what you will find on “It’s Alright with Me”. “Rather Die in My Sleep” is a slower Blues track that expands the range of JT’s vocals. It has great lyrics, a big time guitar solo along with layering of guitar and harp to make for interesting sound, “Let’s Go for a Drive” has a Country flavor with a funky groove and nice placement of the female background vocals. When I listen to “Feelin’ the Music” I’m reminded of a song that I can’t quite place, it has kind of a 70s Rock/Pop feel to it. “Toast to a Bluesman” is harp driven with distorted and dirty vocals. Deep Chicago style slow Blues is what’s on tap with “I’m the Best Thing You Ever Had.” The song asks the question “Why does good love have to hurt so bad?” I’m not sure that is a question that will ever be answered. “Party Lovin Pappa” is an upbeat swinger that has a 50’s rockabilly feel. “Tired Man’s Blues” closes out this CD with some New Orleans Zydeco flavor that is guaranteed to make you shake what the good lord don’t want you to break! This CD covers a lot of different styles and territory and all of it is very enjoyable. JT Coldfire has toured extensively around the world over the last 15 years. This is the first that I have heard of this singer/songwriter/guitarist and I hope to hear a lot more in the future. Ron Hoerter with Daniel Schlewitz