Downbeat


Folks in the Pacific Northwest are lucky to have a real soul band this fine and exciting. This New Englander is jealous.
Frank-John Hadley
Downbeat columnist/Grove Press author    
 
DownBeat Magazine

Soul Vaccination receives national recognition in DownBeat Magazine.

The February 2013 issue of DownBeat Magazine features a review of Soul Vaccination's most recent CD, "What Is Hip?" featuring Bruce Conte.

• DownBeat Reviews - Blues / by FRANK-JOHN HADLEY

What is Hip? featuring Bruce Conte (Soul-vax 001;60:33 ★★★1/2 )

 

 

• Soul Vaccination Review

http://www.downbeat.com/digitaledition/2013/DB201302/single_page_view/74.html

 

• Soul Vaccination DownBeat ad

http://www.downbeat.com/digitaledition/2013/DB201302/single_page_view/61.html

We are thankful, and honored to be recognized by DownBeat Magazine.

Thank you for supporting LIVE MUSIC.

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Portland Radio Project
Concert Review: Beyond Blues

The Waterfront Blues Festival is a dream for blues enthusiasts, but as Blues Fest veterans know, it encompasses other genres as well.
 
On Thursday, attendees moved and grooved to the sounds of Soul Vaccination. Vocalist Regina K showcased her powerful Chaka Kahn-esque voice, covering Chaka’s songs “Once You Get Started” and “You Got the Love.” Portland-based Paul Creighton, whose voice is somewhat redolent of Adam Levine, took the mic to cover soul standards like “So Very Hard to Go.” The horn section swayed in rhythm as fans cheered. The band felt honored to be joined by organist Chester Thompson. His raw talent amazed the crowd. As a former organist for Tower of Power, and for Santana spanning 26 years, Thompson brought extraordinary experience to the table.