From the ferocious album opener, "Don't Come Around Here" to the embattled acoustic driven, "Broken Bones," Santini ties his blues and rock influences together to deliver an energetic album of introspective heartbreak and lament. There are many different opinions as to what the future of the blues harmonica will be. International touring vocalist and harmonica player Brandon Santini is undeniably a worthy player to keep an eye on as the latest surge of young blues artists leave their footprint in blues history, combining his love and respect for traditional blues with a present, colorful style of playing. Raised in the Piedmont region of North Carolina, Santini purchased his first harmonica in 1997 at the age of fifteen when his mother took him to the local music store upon his request. He founded the Blues Music Award nominated band Delta Highway in 2003 and relocated to Memphis where he absorbed the sounds and culture of the Delta and North Mississippi Hill Country, honing his craft night after night, sweating it out in local Beale Street clubs just like Robert Johnson, Muddy Waters, and B.B. King did decades before him. Known for performing 250 concerts per year throughout the world, Santini has garnered five Blues Music Award nominations and three Blues Blast Magazine award nominations along the way, even performing on stage with the likes of Buddy Guy and Gary Clark, Jr.