This week we feature Patrick Sweany‘s latest album, Daytime Turned To Night Time. We couldn’t find the words to truly do this album justice. Others attempted as you may read below, but we think the music speaks for itself.
“This is the kind of music Robert Johnson sold his soul for way back when — and Sweany is pouring his into it.” – Esquire
“Raw and purposely unpolished, (Daytime Turned To Nighttime)’s got more in common with Delta bluesmen like Mississippi John Hurt and soul singers like Bill Withers than anything modern.” – American Songwriter Magazine
“You know how you have your favorite musicians, and then they have their favorite musicians? Well, Sweany is one of them. A musician’s musician, but one whose genius is accessible to all of us.” – Paste Magazine
“His lyrics paint vivid pictures, his singing is more soulfully nuanced than ever, and the arrangements are lean, but mean” – Classic Rock presents The Blues(Daytime Turned To Nighttime review)
“Echoes of Sam Cooke and Marv Johnson…bind this record together and capture the Rust Belt rocker’s soulful drawl. (Sweany’s) strongest album to date.” – Pop Matters
“21st Century Blues – Fans of new-school blues rockers like Derek Trucks, Susan Tedeschi and JJ Grey should get to know Patrick Sweany. He expertly balances his love for classic blues and modern rock. ” – Rhapsody.com