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Dan Auerbach releases 'Every Chance I Get (I Want You In The Flesh)'



From Easy Eye Sound’s Upcoming Compilation

Tell Everybody! (21st Century Juke Joint Blues)

Out August 11th

Watch the video for the song directed and animated by

Robert ‘Roboshobo’ Schober

Easy Eye Sound — the Nashville based label headed by Dan Auerbach and named Billboard’s 2022 Blues Label Of The Year — has spent the past six years not only preserving the blues, but uplifting unsung voices in the genre and, in the process, building a thriving, multigenerational community that has earned 16 GRAMMY® nods, 4 Billboard #1 Blues Albums and widespread acclaim.

Today, Easy Eye Sound have released an all-new solo track from Dan Auerbach — the label head, The Black Keys frontman, and 2023 GRAMMY-nominated Producer Of The Year himself. Titled 'Every Chance I Get (I Want You In The Flesh)', the insistent instrumental drone on Auerbach’s solo track will remind some listeners of Canned Heat’s 1967 recording ‘On the Road Again’ — “I loved that song as a kid,” says Auerbach — which itself borrowed from Chicago bluesman Floyd Jones’ ‘Dark Road’ (1953) and its inspiration, Mississippi Delta deity Tommy Johnson’s ‘Big Road Blues’ (1928).

Listen to ‘Every Chance I Get (I Want You In The Flesh)’ HERE

'Every Chance I Get (I Want You In The Flesh)' is the latest preview of Easy Eye Sound’s upcoming blues anthology, Tell Everybody! (out August 11), which surveys the modern blues scene and is composed of exclusive, Auerbach-produced recordings from Easy Eye Sound Studios.

Featuring blues legends like Bentonia’s Jimmy ‘Duck’ Holmes and the Delta gospel sounds of Leo ‘Bud’ Welch; alongside brilliant youngbloods like Detroit duo Moonrisers and Korean-American Kentucky native Nat Myers, Tell Everybody! is the latest iteration of Easy Eye Sound’s mission to uplift unsung voices in the blues genre.

Previous releases include Glenn Schwartz’s 'Daughter Of Zion (ft. Joe Walsh)' — an incredible lick of Ohio blues from the formative mentor to Easy Eye Sound founder, as well as to Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee Joe Walsh — the title track by Louisiana powerhouse Robert Finley, the hypnotic Hill Country boogie of GRAMMY-nominated R.L. Boyce, and Chicago-based Gabe Carter’s “sharp-yet-raspy in the best of ways” (American Songwriter) original 'Buffalo Road'.


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