TWO RIVERS BACK

The new album from The B. Christopher Band in the contemporary blues genre!


Special guests include Nathan East (bass), Stu Hamm (bass), Anton Fig (drums), Shawn Pelton (drums), Andy Snitzer (Tenor Sax),  Jerry Portnoy (Harmonica), Bruce Katz (Keyboard) E.J “Moose” Boles (Vocals) Michael Powers (Vocals and Guitar) Eddie Testa (Vocals), Eric Collier (Bass)


“Two Rivers Back” was born from television session work. Thirteen tracks that move seamlessly from Delta Blues to Contemporary Blues. Seven vocal tracks and six instrumentals showcase a power house band featuring Nathan East, Jerry Portnoy, Bruce Katz, Anton Fig, Shawn Pelton, Stu Hamm, Andy Snitzer, E.J “Moose” Boles, Eric Collier, Kent Smith, Eddie Testa and Michael Powers. At the helm is guitarist, songwriter and executive producer is B. Christopher. 


It was recorded in multiple studios in New York, Los Angeles, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and the legendary Duke Robillard’s studio in Rhode Island.  It’s not often that a record comes along with so many “A List” artists contributing to it. A recording that captures the depth and maturity of some of the best. Give it a listen and find out what the television networks have known for years about this artist, his music and his ability to bring together a band of the busiest high profile sidemen in the business.

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Already renowned as a studio player extraordinaire, with over 20,000 track placements on TV shows on pretty much every network you could name, you won’t be surprised by B. Christopher’s versatility and casual mastery of the guitar."
                    - Tom O’Connor, Rock and Blues Muse

"His 17 years of studio work since breaking into television with “All My Children” may not have made him a household name, but he is an outstanding guitar player, songwriter and band leader."
                    - Steve Jones, www.bluesblastmagazine.com

"(The B. Christopher Band's)  imaginative playing impresses both technically and creatively.."
                    - Willie Witten, www.bluesrockreview.com