Metronome Magazine reviews “Live From Somewhere”!

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“Singer-songwriter-guitarist Mark Nomad is as comfortable in the electric realm as he is in the acoustic arena as this live recording will signify. Wielding an emotive resonator guitar, a wailing harmonica and testifyin vocals, Nomad interprets a spectrum of blues progenitors that spans the Rolling Stones’ “The Last Time,” Jimmy Reed’s “Honest I Do” and Mississippi Fred McDowell’s “Write Me A Few Lines” to John Lee Hooker’s “Dimples,” Muddy Waters’ “Long Distance Call” and Robert Johnson’s “Rambling On My Mind” with bluesy back porch conviction.

As the album’s title implies, this album was recorded live reflecting Nomad’s journeyman guitar work, harmonica playing and soul-filled vocals. There’s no overdubs here folks… It’s as pure as it comes.”

Thanks to Brian M. Owens for his continued support!