Gotta Bring It on Home to You

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ARTIST: The Terry Hanck Band and Friends
TITLE: Gotta Bring It on Home to You
FORMAT: Compact Disc
LABEL: Delta Groove Music
RELEASE DATE: April 15, 2014
UPC NUMBER: 850021001841

Terry Hanck: vocals (except 5, 8), tenor saxophone
Johnny “Cat” Soubrand: guitar (1, 2, 4, 6, 8-10), 1st guitar solo (9)
Tim Wagar: bass
Butch Cousins: drums

Chris “Kid” Andersen: guitar (3, 5, 9), acoustic guitar (7, 9), organ (7)
Debbie Davies: vocals & 3rd guitar solo (9)
Bob Welsh: piano (1, 2, 4, 6, 8, 10), guitar (7)
Jim Pugh: farfisa (3), organ solo (5)
Lorenzo Farrell: organ (1, 2, 4-6, 8, 10), clavinet (7)
Dennis Dove: congas (7), background vocals (1, 3)
Doug James: baritone saxophone (3, 6, 8, 10)
Lisa Leu Andersen: background vocals (1, 3, 7)

01. Right Now Is the Hour (4:55)
02. Whole Lotta Lovin’ (6:11)
03. Pins and Needles (3:37)
04. Peace of Mind (5:06)
05. T’s Groove (6:06)
06. My Last Teardrop (5:36)
07. There’s No Gettin’ Over Me (4:04)
08. Jam Up (4:55)
09. Gotta Bring It on Home to You (3:36)
10. One Horse Town (7:04)

Produced by Chris “Kid” Andersen & Terry Hanck

Gotta Bring It on Home to You

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The Terry Hanck and Delta Groove relationship, which began in 2011 with the release of “Look Out!,” proved that sax and soul are still the rage. Terry swept both the Blues Music Awards and the Living Blues Award for “Best Horn” in 2012, and was nominated in the “Best Song” category too. He is nominated again for 2014 BMAs “Best Horn” —and this brand new record brings it on home one more time. As saxophonist, singer, bandleader and songwriter, the tall, tan Chicago-born, South-Florida-based Hanck knows it’s good to live in a world of classic New Orleans R&B, steamy strolls, gorgeous soul ballads and West Coast jump blues!

Terry and ace guitarist/2014 Grammy nominee, Chris “Kid” Andersen, produced the ten song package at famed Greaseland Studios in Northern California with his solid sender bandmates: Johnny “Cat” Soubrand, the sizzling master guitarist, celebrates his 10-year anniversary with Terry, “I can’t say enough about the emergence of Johnny “Cat” Soubrand as a lead guitarist of originality, fire and consummate grace. He proves here he is among the emerging great ones,” writes Joseph Jordan, San Francisco’s beloved blues journalist. Rhythm drives the bus as the pundits say–so listeners will groove to the tight section of long-time drummer Butch Cousins and bassist Tim Wagar. Friends aboard this party on a platter are stellar blues and soul greats Debbie Davies, Jim Pugh, Doug James, Bob Welsh, Lorenzo Farrell, Lisa Leu Andersen, Dennis Dove and Chris “Kid” Andersen.

Terry has never lost his unbridled enthusiasm and fearless youth–in his playing, songwriting or his personality. He has travelled from his hometown of Chicago to Southern California to the Bay Area and finally to the south coast of Florida; from the 1960s Berkeley-based Grayson Street Houserockers to ten years with the great Elvin Bishop. He has lead his own band for over 25 years. In 2014, with his gorgeous tone (sax AND voice!), classic songwriting and a few choice covers, he brings it–and brings it on home for us one more time.

“Hanck whispers, soars and honks his way through music that’s filled with joy and soul, and that’s more than you can say about most music available on the airwaves these days.” – Jim White / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

“His fiery reed work, beautiful tone and effortless, inventive melodies make for a thoroughly enjoyable listening….his voice is a marvel. He can make it growl, ache, croon, moan and tease, and then some. It is a superb instrument in its own right.” – Joseph Jordan / Golden Gate Blues News (SF)

“It turns out Hanck is not only a gifted tenor saxophonist; he can sing and write songs as well. His singing is controlled, rhythmically diverse. He emphasizes certain words and emotions, pulls back on others, subtle use of melisma. With a rock solid band behind him – guitarist Johnny “Cat” Soubrand, new bassist Tim Wagar, and drummer Butch Cousins – Hanck can tear it up in a wide variety of blues and R&B styles.” – Steve Pick /

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