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Hybrid Blues launch debut album

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These are, to say the least, trying times for musicians.

Faced with the current situation you can either postpone everything or push on through.

Amongst those taking the latter route are Jan Preston, Queen of Boogie-Woogie and resident of Sydney, who has just completed two weeks of Auckland isolation so she could come to Tauranga to record her new album. She is currently at Whakamarama's Boatshed Studio hard at work using the rhythm section of Nigel Masters (bass) and Ian 'Beano” Gilpin (drums). Then it's off around the North Island on tour at the end of the month.

Similarly local band Hybrid Blues had been building to the release of their debut album, recently finished at Welcome Bay's Colourfield Studio, when new levels threw a spanner in the mix. So while the virus rages all around and cancellations occur right left and centre, the boys in the band have been getting their proverbial ducks in a row.

Firstly, they have signed with an American........

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