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Blues Matters Magazine, THE BISHOP’s TOP 10 BLUES, Issue 113 Apr/May 2020

Longtime BM writer Mr Dave Scott AKA The Bishop gives us his Top 10 Blues.

10 – Zoe Schwarz Blue Commotion: AMAZON WOMAN - https://youtu.be/zB8twfieO9o

This award-winning British blues band are at last gaining the reputation they deserve with the release of the groundbreaking Chameleon album, their best yet. Amazon Woman is the ultimate road warrior song with ‘superhero’ Zoe Schwarz at the centre of this apocalyptic maelstrom, guitarist Rob Koral at her side providing the searing, slash and burn licks.

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UK Blues Challenge 2017 - Finalist

ZSBC is one of four bands nominated to take part in the 2017 UK Blues Challenge to be held ON 10th Sept at the iconic Cavern Club, Liverpool.  The winner goes on to represent the UK in Memphis in December 2017 for the International Blues Challenge, and in Holland in February 2018 for the European Blues Challenge.   

 
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Hit Tracks Top 100 Music Chart - #53 on 26/15/15 up from #66

'High 5 week 20 highly recommended albums' - Zoe Schwarz Blue Commotion - Live 'I'll Be Yours Tonight'

The Hit-Tracks Top 100 is an international oriented all-genre music chart with an existence of more than 37 years!!

"We congratulate Zoe Schwarz Blue Commotion with their first hit in our top 100.  'Let Me Sing The Blues - Live' is a new entry at #66.  And we have more good news: the live CD "I'll Be Yours Tonight" is in week 20 one of our five highly recommended albums.  Check position, complete chart and High 5 at Hit-Tracks Top 100

 
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Best British Band & #2 in the Top 50 best albums (Exposed) from Blues In The South 2014

"Zoe's success in becoming a runner up in the Female Artist category of the British Blues Awards, reflects only part of the accomplishment of Blue Commotion.  The jazz inflected guitar work of Rob Koral and his (and Zoe's) exemplary song writing skills, coupled with the outstanding harp work of Si Genaro, to say nothing of the tightest of rhythm sections in Paul Robinson (d) and Pete Whittacker (Hammond) put them at the very edge of triumph on the world blues scene." Ian McKenzie, Feb 2015,  Blues In The South 

 
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