Izzie’s Caravan have released “Roadkill Rita,” the first single from their new album, “Blow The Lid.” It is the first of 10 singles over the next 10 months.
“Izzie’s Caravan refuses to apply their foot to the brakes…and there is no chance they are slowing down anytime soon!” – MusicExistence.com
“Izzie’s Caravan is cementing themselves as heavy-hitters in the world of modern blues.” – OriginalRock.net
“One of the best underground independent studio blues releases I’ve heard this year” – Jamsphere Magazine
It’s hard to believe that it’s only been since December 2019 when Izzie’s Caravan first entered the musical arena. Since then, the prolific blues rockers have released no less than three critically acclaimed EPs: December’s Leo’s Guitar, Feburary’s Zephyrs and June’s On The Pull. The latter EP featured the band’s first #1 international iTunes hit, “Drownin’ Man’s Blues.” It also catapulted Izzie’s Caravan onto the national radio airplay charts in the US.
Now, Izzie’s Caravan is about to embark on a 10-month-long journey, releasing one single per month from their upcoming full-length release, Blow The Lid. First up is “Roadkill Rita,” out on September 10th.
The band’s enigmatic frontman, simply known as Izzie says, “In all sincerity, we could never have imagined that in just a few months of this project’s inception, we would have released three EPs, had a #1 iTunes single, have multiple songs sit on the EuroIndie Charts and the World Indie Charts, reach the famous Jamband Radio Charts, get recognition from music/film festivals, receive thousands and thousands of plays on music platforms, release a ton of videos, get featured on top websites…it’s been one helluva ride…and we’re just getting started! Thanks for supporting us through this rock n roll journey!”
ABOUT IZZIE’S CARAVAN: Izzie started his musical journey by forming a 3-piece band in 2004. The Deep Impactors included two future (and now former) members of the Caravan, Sim and Ray. After becoming disillusioned by the music industry, Izzie took a decades-long respite from guitar, eventually returning to the instrument he loved, just a few years ago.
Referring to himself as a “poor man’s Buddy Guy or Lightnin’ Hopkins,” Izzie cites bands like Led Zeppelin and Aerosmith as early influences, followed by later guitarists like Izzy Stradlin and John Frusciante. But, it was the blues of Stevie Ray, Clapton, John Lee Hooker, Johnny Winter, Muddy Waters, and of course, Buddy Guy, that inspired Izzie’s return to music.
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