Here's the first solo album from Stef Paglia (guitarist The BluesBones)
With this album Stef Paglia takes his first steps into a solocareer
away from The BluesBones. Accompanied by Geert
Schurmans (BEL) on bass and Joel Purkess (CAN) on
drums. The album is produced by Wayne Proctor (UK)
and recorded in the Superfly Studios in England.
“A truly world class guitar talent, with a
blues heart and an insanely creative spirit, watch this space!”
Wayne Proctor producer (KING KING, Ben Poole, ...)
You have guitarists who fall under the grand masters, such is Stef Paglia from Belgium, who can also be added to that list. At the age of 12, Stef Paglia took a guitar for the first time and never let it go again. His father [died in 2014] introduced him to the blues,
with the result that the blues microbes also struck him. His girlfriend is a photographer and also has a blues microbe. Together with Stef she writes the lyrics on this Solo CD "Never Forget"
Stef is best known for The BluesBones (Winner Belgian Blues Challenge 2016, 2nd European Blues Challenge), with which he
For example, he was on stage at Ribs & Blues in Raalte and in Heino (gem Raalte), as well as at major festivals in his own country, including Blues Peer, Swing Wespelaar, and the podium with Laurence Jones, The Nimmo Brothers, Eric Steckel Danny Bryant.
Then without the Bluesbones here is the very first Blues
Rock CD from this man from Belgium with the title "Never Forget" The energetic album contains 9 self-written songs and a cover song "Freedom". With this, Stef Paglia brings his own "modern, groovy blues rock" style with in-depth songs taken from his own life.
The appropriate opening song "Watch Out" (also the single) is a straightforward punchy, blues song that will wake you up and make the roof tiles on your house shake, it's not just Rock but also the funky song "Freedom "Don't let you sit still.
Watch Out (3:30)
Take Me Away (4:06)
The Dead Tree (6:04)
Mystery Heaven (7:00)
Dirty Woman (6:36)
Crush On You (4:31)
Head Into The Unknown (4:15)
Warmth Instead Of Cold (8:04)