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Throw up the windows and set the boombox to 11: When Black Joe Lewis throws a party the neighbors need to know about it. "Come to My Party" is a no frills, all thrills, hard funk roof raiser.

Published in Music News

Humidity. Beer. Hose water splashing over the edge of a galvanized steel swimming pool. Mosquitos. More beer. Cooler doors slamming shut, the oily odor of burning citronella, and as it gets dark, blocks away, the faint wail of police sirens. Beer.

Published in Music News

Black Joe Lewis & the Honeybears returned to a packed Off Broadway last night for a KDHX-welcomed show full of heavy riffs and funky grooves.

Published in Reviews

Black Joe Lewis & the Honeybears play upbeat blues injected with influences that include soul, punk and rock 'n' roll. Hailing from Austin (though now living in Montreal), Joe Lewis' dynamic vocals and heavy guitar licks provide the lead for a turbo-charged ensemble of horns and percussion.

Published in Music News
Thursday, 22 December 2011 14:57

Train of Thought's top 10 albums of 2011

While looking at all the music I was listening to this year I see that most of my favorite stuff ended up being single songs. (Stay tuned for a post on that topic.) But the albums that I dove into I dove into repeatedly and often. Here are about half of my favorites.

Published in Music News
Thursday, 16 June 2011 15:15

Black Joe Lewis & the Honeybears 6/16/11

Black Joe Lewis & the Honeybears push the soul revival in the toughest and most bluesy of rock & roll directions. Follow them, but be prepared to sweat all the way.

Published in Live Performances

Upon sampling the flavors of Black Joe Lewis & the Honeybears' newest album, Scandalous, my toe tapping began. The mixture of soul and blues gets downright funky at times and just might cause the listener to get up and move.

Published in Inside KDHX
Thursday, 31 July 2008 14:00

Black Joe Lewis & the Honeybears 7/31/08

If there's a young lion of the soul revival scene, it's Austinite Black Joe Lewis, a 27-year-old singer and guitarist on a mission to take James Brown and Magic Sam-inspired soul and blues to indie-rock audiences and beyond.

Published in Live Performances

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