CASHMAN in Madison

Having the Cashman duo in studio for the show with a sort of unplugged session was nothing like hearing that raucous Mississippi juke-joint music, much less delta than hill country live in a tunnel like bar room setting. Ray and Todd were making winds swirl and snakes get up and run….The rawness of these kinds of blues slid off the git-tar in a serpentine dance mingling with the dancing girls. We got a taste of some of the old and some brand new unreleased material as well as some traditional blues sounds including a kicking “In my Time of Dying”, which was one of those songs you almost never want to hear end when in a live setting. I know the guys made a good impact on the scene and I look forward to seeing them back here in Madtown in July bending ears and stomping feet.


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