Guitar genius Luke Mulholland NEW 'Further' album release

Luke Mulholland

"That kid [Luke] is incredible..." - Richie Sambora, Bon Jovi

"How does a 19-year old know so much about life and loss, the trials of the working man, and blues rock? We have no idea, but we love Luke Mulholland's sound - and we're proud to call him our own." - Meredith Goldstein, Boston Globe

Luke Mulholland is a guitar virtuoso who, in his late teens, has already recorded and released four full-length albums and completed several tours of the United States and Canada, opening for bands such as Bon Jovi and Mountain along the way.

A prodigious songwriter and arranger as well as a gritty blues vocalist, Luke has just released his most accomplished album yet, 'Further', and provided nationally syndicated radio program The Joey Reynolds Show its new theme song.

He currently resides in Boston, where he is attending the world-renown Berklee School of Music.

Luke Mulholland Official Website
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One Response to Guitar genius Luke Mulholland NEW 'Further' album release

  1. Gilbert Albright says:

    If you like Blues Rock, you'll love this band. Gosh the kid is only 19 and he sounds like he's been playing for 20 years. Has a great rock n roll voice. The band has a Classic Rock sound which I love. I saw them on TV the other day and was shocked to hear someone playing REAL MUSIC! A throw back band of the 60' & 70's type. This band's future is "so bright, they have to wear shades!"

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