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Troy Redfern releases, ‘Waiting For Your Love’

“Redfern combines the rawness of Hound Dog Taylor, the freeform approach of Sonny Sharrock”

British slide guitarist and singer-songwriter, Troy Redfern, dubbed by the British press as “the King of slide guitar”, released his new single Waiting For Your Love today. The single is taken from his forthcoming album …The Fire Cosmic! released by RED7 Records on August 6th.

Waiting For Your Love, is available to stream from http://smarturl.it/troyredfernTFC. The album …The Fire Cosmic! album is available to pre-order from www.troyredfern.com/shop.

Described by Troy as, “a bombastic, sassy blues boogie,” Waiting For Your Love, is available to pre-save and stream from http://smarturl.it/troyredfernTFC. The album …The Fire Cosmic! album is available to pre-order from www.troyredfern.com/shop.
The new album follows five unprecedented albums that Troy released in 2020. It was recorded at the legendary Rockfield Studios in North Wales, the same studio where Queen recorded all their early albums including Sheer Heart Attack (1974) followed by A Night At The Opera (1975) – the latter featuring the legendary single Bohemian Rhapsody.

For the recording of the new album, Troy enlisted one of the best rhythm sections in the UK, including the legendary Darby Todd on drums (The Darkness, Robben Ford, Martin Barre, Paul Gilbert), virtuoso bass guitarist Dave Marks (Hans Zimmer), and guitarist Ron ‘Bumblefoot’ Thal (Guns ‘N Roses, Asia, Sons of Apollo), in what Troy describes as “the ultimate dream team” what is arguably the British guitarist’s most distinctive and powerful release to date.

Says Troy, “I chose Rockfield Studios because so much of the music I grew up listening to was recorded at this legendary studio (Queen, Black Sabbath, Mott The Hoople). The studio is hallowed ground for every musician, and the rooms there are charged with so much magic and history of all the iconic, classic albums that have been produced there.”

“It was important for me to capture the raw energy of three guys playing live in the same place, at the same time. That’s something that you just can’t get if you’re sending files from different locations, it doesn’t have the same vibe or feel if you do it that way.”

“As soon as we arrived at Rockfield, everyone, including Darby and Dave who’ve recorded all over the world, were excited to be there,” continues Troy. “It’s that kind of place. It has that effect on every musician who records there. Even before we started recording, the energy and vibe was there, which definitely set the tone for the entire album.”

On tour with Willie and The Bandits 2022

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Palladium, Bideford – Friday 4 March 2022 

Old Bakery, Truro – Saturday 5 March 2022 

Phoenix, Exeter – Sunday 6 March 2022 

The Musician, Leicester – Wednesday 9 March 2022 

The Flowerpot, Derby – Thursday 10 March 2022

The Bullingdon, Oxford – Friday 11 March 2022 

Philharmonic, Liverpool – Saturday 12 March 2022 

Continental, Preston – Wednesday 16 March 2022 

Bodega, Nottingham – Thursday 17 March 2022 

Hug & Pint, Glasgow – Friday 18 March 2022 

The Cluny, Newcastle – Saturday 19 March 2022 

Elsewhere, Margate – Wednesday 23 March 2022 

Junction, Cambridge – Thursday 24 March 2022 

The 100 Club, London – Friday 25 March 2022 

Thekla, Bristol – Saturday 26 March 2022 

Guildhall, Gloucester – Wednesday 30 March 2022 

The Greystones, Sheffield – Thursday 31 March 2022 

Town Hall, Selby – Friday 1 April 2022 

The Tivoli, Buckley – Saturday 2 April 2022 

The Star, Guildford – Wednesday 6 April 2022 

The Robin, Bilston – Thursday 7 April 2022 

Arts Centre, Bridgwater – Friday 8 April 2022 

Theatre Brycheiniog, Brecon – Saturday 9 April 2022 

Nightrain, Bradford – Thursday 21 April 2022 

The Tivoli, Wimborne – Friday 22 April 2022 

Ropetackle, Brighton – Saturday 23 April 2022