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Blues Magazine January 2017
The album occupies the soul end of the Blues spectrum on nine tunes of his own composition there is a New Orleans flavor, it is top notch to be blunt
by Dan Stevens
OffBeat Magazine New Orleans USA 25th October 2016
This time out, the studio band included such luminaries as bassist George Porter Jr.; pianist Mike Lemmler; drummer Doug Belote; harmonica player Smoky Greenwell and New Orleans Suspects’ saxophonist/session arranger Jeffrey T. Watkins. Yet, with the aforementioned New Orleans icons, don’t think of this as a fantasy baseball camp where Brunt only hobnobs with the stars. As a songwriter, he holds his own, Overall, it feels ore like a mind-bending odyssey, intriguing stuff.
American Blues Scene Magazine 5/23/16
This music demands to be heard. Brunt’s playing reminds us of the great Lonnie Mack; unhurried, at imes playful, but always a thoughtful touch, and well played. Then too, his vocals and story telling are reminiscent of Delbert McClinton.
By Barry Kerzner
Cashbox Music Reviews 25th October 2016
Isaiah B Brunt may not be a household name but he is an Australian artist who plays American blues, a master storyteller who is able to set his thoughts and feelings to music a well-produced album of blues and Isaiah B Brunt is an artist worth giving a listen or two.
by David Bowling
all.about.Jazz July 21, 2016
New Orleans has its own vibe, a city with immense musical credentials and history. The fact that Isaiah B Brunt has dug in there and recorded two records takes a lot of confidence and talent. He came prepared with a stimulating blend of blues, funk and soul; performed with passion and panache, yielding an intriguing production.
By James Nadal
Just another WordPress Blog 7/24/2016
Isaiah B. Brunt is a world-class musician and storyteller. His latest set, “A Moment In Time,” brings his passion for New Orleans to vivid life thru the sounds within these grooves!
Sheryl & Don Crow
RMR ROOTS MUSIC REPORT for the Week of Jul 24, 2016
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#14 Album for July 2016
March - Sth Australia + Gaol Blues Festival,
April - North Island tour- New Zealand,
May - Melbourne Australia, Christchurch International Jazz & Blues Festival
June Sydney Australia
July Worldwide release New Album
Melbourne & Sydney Media launch
August - Adelaide South Australia
September - Sydney
October Melbourne Docklands Blues Festival
November Sydney, Adelaide Southern Blues Festival
December Sydney, Blue Mountains Katoomba
"Just The Way That It Goes" Released 2015
Voted 2015 Best Australian Blues Album on Underground Blues Network
Top 10 Blues Cd's The Aquarian Magazine January 2016
Cash Box Music Reviews: North America & Canada March 2015
He is basically an electric blues story teller. He pays homage to classic American blues but his slide technique and use of a wah-wah pedal propel the sound into the present. He may not be flashy but he is a master technician who is able to convey emotion and a personal connection though his music.By David Bowling
Classicalite Music magazine December 2015
his rampaging slide stings, utilizing tried'n'true blues progressions but adding a 2015 sheen to the whole shebang a dynamite new roots-reverent newcomer to the American blues scene.
By Mike Greenblath
The Blues Mobile: USA April 2015
Now Isaiah is bringing that love up from down under. A fine songwriter and singer, he is a proud practitioner of old school blues, with tasty slide guitar chops to prove it.
By Elwood's Blues Breaker
Blues Bytes Blues Guide Magazine: USA April 2015
Just The Way That It Goes is Isaiah B. Brunt’s best release yet, and finds him branching out from the traditional blues of his previous efforts into Soul and Jazz with impressive results.
By Graham Clarke
Blues Matters UNITED KINGDOM 2015
Incidentally, all the songs are thoughtful originals - there’s no slinging together of a few common stock verses on this very individual, entertaining and thought-provoking set.
By Norman Darwen
Rhythms Magazine : Australia May June 2015
All original tunes, for me it’s Brunt’s guitar playing which takes centre stage. It’s so understated and subtle, and has me wondering why it’s taken him so long to record electric. Good stuff though, one to sit and listen to intently, diggin’ on the heavy, slow groove.
By Samuel J Fell