“Mary,” the latest single from the illustrious Midwest rockers, Deuce Denninger Band, is not just another addition to their repertoire; it’s a bona fide masterpiece. Serving as the second glimpse into their upcoming album “Rock ‘n’ Roll, Country Women, & Blues,” this track is a testament to the band’s unyielding commitment to the essence of blues rock.

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Recorded at the iconic Hopi Lane Productions in Perryville, MO, “Mary” emerges as a tour de force of classic blues rock soundscapes. Led by the incomparable Deuce Denninger on both vocals and guitar, the band delivers a performance that transcends time, evoking the raw emotion and soulful spirit of blues legends past. But it’s not just Deuce; it’s the collective synergy of the ensemble that truly elevates the track. With Shannon Meyer’s scorching lead guitar, Ken E Keller’s steady basslines, and Jimmy Brotherton’s thunderous drums, each element intertwines seamlessly to create a sonic tapestry that is as rich as it is electrifying.

Yet, it’s the soulful backup vocals by Kara Smollen and Joyce Baker Statler that add a layer of depth and poignancy to “Mary.” Their harmonies, woven delicately into the fabric of the song, amplify its emotional resonance, tugging at the heartstrings of listeners with every note. Mixed and mastered with precision by Tom Roed, “Mary” shines as a beacon of authenticity in an industry often plagued by superficiality. It’s a reminder of the power of music to transcend boundaries and connect us on a profound level. With their upcoming tour in Colorado this June, Deuce Denninger Band is poised to spread their infectious energy far and wide, captivating audiences with the timeless allure of blues rock. “Mary” is more than just a song; it’s a testament to the enduring legacy of a band that continues to defy expectations and redefine the genre.

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