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Isaiah B. Brunt: A Moment In Time

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The road has been a long one for journeyman Isaiah B. Brunt, a triple threat songwriter, guitarist, and vocalist, who has his own brand of blues. Brunt was born in New Zealand, paid his dues in Australia, and found common ground in New Orleans. After extensive studio work Down Under, which resulted in an EP in 2011, he self- produced “Nursery Rhyme Blues in 2013. Then it was off to New Orleans in 2015 to record “Just the Way It ...

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Isaiah B. Brunt: Just the Way That It Goes

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Less amorphous than most present-day jazz has become, contemporary blues has remained, more or less integrated and within recognizable genre. Not that classifications provide anything more than an inferior roadmap to the new listener, they do come in handy. Australian Guitarist, composer, and producer Isaiah B. Brunt has managed to stake out a corner of the blues market not with a slash-and-burn testosterone-boogie approach, but, rather, a soft, carefully nuanced approach that is as well-defined as it is conceived.