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MBR - Mr Blue Roads
Rock Outlaw & Blues
Raw to the Bone
Featured interview with Artist Mr Blue Roads
Published on April 15, 2019
How did you come by your stage name?
I was sitting in my bus smoking, thinking about my travels when I toured with George Jones all those years, the long hours on the road, watching the smoke swirl above my head. Staying on the roads so long day and night, I came up with the name “Blue Roads.” “Mr. Blue Roads” followed. I’m the founding member, so it just worked out, especially when I’m solo at music venues.
When did you discover your love for your craft and what made you realize you wanted to pursue a career in it?
When I heard Johnny Winter play “Johnny B Goode” I knew I wanted to do that.it’s a hell of a way to make a living, but I’ll do it before I’ll work.
To what or whom do you accredit your sense of style?
My sense of style hmmm, too many to list. I’d accredit Country, Rock, Blues and some Jazz to my style. Lead playing would be Chuck Berry, but Jimmy Page is my main influence on guitar, and songwriting. I got to say, Allen Collins is in the mix as well.
On your upcoming project, how did you come up with the concept?
I’ve been listening to Johnny Winter again. I get fresh ideas rolling in Blues & Rock. I’m up all hours playing guitar and writing lyrics till the sun comes up. My latest is “Satanic Woman.”.Hard Core Blue CD I’m working on. My Manager is the inspiration, TY Bella.
What are some of your greatest challenges, and what is your greatest attribute when it comes to your work ethic?
Time is a challenge. Finding it, using it wisely, and especially enjoying it, like when your music is flowing strong, and your band is locked in for the ride. Its a great sensation, creativity pours. To do this job you have to have “The want too.” It’s all that makes it happen. Diving in head first is what it takes. Don’t except no. Keep the passion.
Are you the best at what you do in your opinion?
Yeah, I feel I am. I work at being the best I can be daily. “The best music comes from the bottom up” my quote. Hardcore living and sacrifice made so many of the greats in music. Living life on the road, writing from your own experiences keeps you connected.
What are your plans for the near future?
My plans are to keep improving musically and keep on rolling. Music feeds me daily. I could not live without it noway. I can’t imagine being happy if I haven’t played a gig, wrote a song, produced a CD. Ask any hardcore musician if he can stop. He’ll say hell no.
Is there anyone you’d like to thank, any shout outs?
I thank my Father for working so hard that I could have a guitar and lessons. He busted his ass for me to be able to have the opportunity, and my Mom for her confidence in me, and renting me a guitar to start lessons. She bought my first guitar, a beautiful black Les Paul. I thank God for giving me the talent. I spent my days and nights playing Led Zeppelin while everyone else I knew was out having a good time. I’m glad I did.
How can fans find you?
Looking for Blue Roads? You have to go to the man at All are welcome. Blue Roads music is at iTunes and most all internet stores that sell music. Blue Roads and Mr. Blue Roads are also on Social Internet, such as Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and so on. Blue Roads is played on many internet radio stations and FM stations across the USA, Europe, and Australia.
Mr Blue Roads is touring the USA
performing his latest SouthernRock
OutLaw & Southern Blues
"Raw to the Bone"
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Tribute as well. MBR is performing the original Jones show
as in his years with the Country King
A Tribute to True County Music
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Mr Blue Roads Presents
Original Rock OutLaw & Blues Plus Cover Mix Available w/ show.
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George Jones Country King Tribute
Part of the "Kings Of Country Show"
Mr Blue Roads "The Grand Tour" Concert
CORPORATE CASINO VENUE TOUR
"The Possum" George Jones. Experience. The Music, the Banter and the Memories of "The Grand Tour" as Mr Blue Roads takes you back to his Days with GeorgeJones. Touring with the Mighty Legend. The show is performed tastefully and with heart.
You will feel the music, enjoy the stories of on the road with this Country King but most of all
Remember the Man and the footprint he left that no shoes can fill. Mr Blue Roads show will stay with you all your days. You are welcome to attend as he travels "The Grand Tour".
(By Request Only)
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To Book "The Grand Tour" George Jones Tribute Show
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"THE GRAND TOUR"
George Jones Tribute
"After Midnight " Eric Clapton Tribute
Part of the "Kings Of Rock" Show
Mr Blue Roads Performs a collection of Cream & Clapton Songs in the flavor of the Rock Legend.
Tasteful & Dynamic "After Midnight " Tribute Show is Fun, Energized & Remembered for returns to come.
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Sun Shine of Your Love Lay Down Sally
White Room Belle Bottom Blues After Midnight Forever Man
Third Degree I Shot the Sheriff
I've got a Rock and Roll Heart Before You Accuse Me
Wonderful Tonight Old Love
I Can't Stand It and more...
Mr Blue Roads Outlaw, Southern Blues "Raw to the Bone."
Spring & Summer Fests, Rallies, Casinos, Blues &
BBQ, Plus Special Events,
Classic & Southern Rock,
Original & Cover Music Entertainment.
Showcasing Tributes to the Best in words & song Mr Blue Roads talent in Classic Rock, Golden Oldies to New Rock and Original just touches the surface. Classic & New Country, OutLaw & Southern Rock Southern Blues, Soulful R&B.
Mr Blue Roads "Home Grown Atlanta Music Icon"
Indie Artist & Song Writer
"The Best Music comes from the bottom up"
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Classic Rock, OutLaw, Blues
"Raw to the Bone"
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A Legend ...
September 12, 1931 April 26, 2013"
My years with Country Giant "George Jones"
is forever engraved in memories I carry close.
He's one of a kind ,a True "Legend." George
Jones is Country Royalty. He was a Living
Legend who gave us True Country Music.
Legends living or passed are earned, built and lived. You can't just call yourself a living legend, & many do. It's a term used loose in society making the pro's lose respect for those who choose this desperate act hoping for fame. Show me your decades of chart breaking CD's, your awards, your tours all over the world to hear your music & your music living beyond you for the generations to hear & learn, that is what makes a Legend. His passing is a great loss to us all and I am grateful to have known him. Thanks George for showing & teaching me so much in this industry. Deeply I thank you for the credits you gave me on your CD's, You're a Legendary Giant with multiple awards, I thank you for including me. but mostly for the moments we shared through out the years. I am forever grateful.
MBR Mr Blue Roads 4 -26 -2013
"I gotta say one of my proudest moments was working on
the George Jones "Bradley Barnes Sessions" with Artists such as
Keith Richards, Leon Russell, Jackson Browne, and Waylon Jennings..."
BANDWIDTH DAILY: Congrats on your growth! What inspired your creative path? Blue Roads:
MBR : ( Mr Blue Roads)
Chuck Berry inspired my creative path. The way he played guitar and his songwriting is exceptional and groundbreaking for the time.
BANDWIDTH DAILY: The music business is a roller coaster, what are some of your proudest moments?
Blue Roads: I gotta say one of my proudest moments was working on the George Jones "Bradley Barnes Sessions" with musicians such as Keith Richards, Dolly Parton, Loretta Lynn, Leon Russell, James Burton.
There is so much more to say. Getting to play Keith Richards Stratocaster was a major thrill. Touring the world with a Legend like George Jones for multiple years, teaching me all I needed to know in the music industry. I was green they called me " a
Babe in the woods."