Little Black Flies represents a passing of the baton to a bandleader that many credit for reinvigorating the South's proud roots scene. Born in June 1996, to a non-musical family living ten miles south of Atlanta, Eddie still remembers his fateful first guitar. "I was six and it was one of those with the speaker in it - get the most bang for your buck, y'know?" he muses. While manufactured pop dominated the airwaves as he came up at Union Grove High School in nearby McDonough, Eddie forked hard left, hanging with Lane and his friends, and digging back into the catalogues of blues giants like Muddy Waters, Howlin' Wolf, Freddie King and Rory Gallagher. "I studied the older cats," he explains, "saw what made them groove and tick."
Little Black Flies represents a passing of the baton to a bandleader that many credit for reinvigorating the South's proud roots scene. Born in June 1996, to a non-musical family living ten miles south of Atlanta, Eddie still remembers his fateful first guitar. "I was six and it was one of those with the speaker in it - get the most bang for your buck, y'know?" he muses. While manufactured pop dominated the airwaves as he came up at Union Grove High School in nearby McDonough, Eddie forked hard left, hanging with Lane and his friends, and digging back into the catalogues of blues giants like Muddy Waters, Howlin' Wolf, Freddie King and Rory Gallagher. "I studied the older cats," he explains, "saw what made them groove and tick."
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Format: CD
Label: RUF
Rel. Date: 05/28/2021
UPC: 710347128922

Little Black Flies
Artist: Eddie 9V
Format: CD
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DISC: 1

1. Little Black Flies
2. She Got Some Money
3. Dog Me Around
4. Don't Come Around This House
5. Travelin' Man
6. 3AM In Chicago
7. Reach Into Your Heart
8. Miss James
9. Back On My Feet
10. Puttin' The Kids To Bed
11. Columbus Zoo Blues
12. You Don't Have To Go

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Little Black Flies represents a passing of the baton to a bandleader that many credit for reinvigorating the South's proud roots scene. Born in June 1996, to a non-musical family living ten miles south of Atlanta, Eddie still remembers his fateful first guitar. "I was six and it was one of those with the speaker in it - get the most bang for your buck, y'know?" he muses. While manufactured pop dominated the airwaves as he came up at Union Grove High School in nearby McDonough, Eddie forked hard left, hanging with Lane and his friends, and digging back into the catalogues of blues giants like Muddy Waters, Howlin' Wolf, Freddie King and Rory Gallagher. "I studied the older cats," he explains, "saw what made them groove and tick."