We are proud to present one of the most sensational blues rock singers of the moment - Sari Schorr with her band The Engine Room.
New York born Sari is establishing her reputation as a tremendous performer both in Europe and the USA.
Her Manhattan Records debut, A Force of Nature, has been described as, "A hailstorm of an album sure to go down in blues history" by Blues Rock Review.
Maximum Volume Music has given the album a 10/10 and says, "The quality of the record frequently touches jaw-dropping. Sari Schorr & the Engine Room have just made one of the blues records of the year."
A Force of Nature is produced by iconic blues pioneer Mike Vernon, whose credits include Fleetwood Mac, Peter Green, John Mayall & the Blues Breakers, David Bowie, Chicken Shack, Eric Clapton, Savoy Brown, and Ten Years After among others.
The critically acclaimed album features the stunning talents of guitarists Innes Sibun (ex Robert Plant), Walter Trout, Oli Brown (RavenEye) and keyboardist John Baggott (Massive Attack, Portishead).
It has been 2 years since Sunjay’s last release ‘Black & Blues’ (2015). He’s been busy (haven’t we all…), no really, he has…
In the spring of 2017 Sunjay was invited to play Buddy Holly in the touring theatre show Buddy Holly & the Cricketers. UK wide, Sunjay wore the horn-rimmed frames, the dinner suit, bow tie, talked Texan and traded in the acoustic guitar for a Fender Stratocaster. Judas?!
No…Sunjay has always been a big fan, and this album takes him back to his musical roots. In fact the first song Sunjay learned to sing and play was a Buddy Holly song (Peggy Sue), and being in the stage show gave Sunjay the opportunity to sing some of his favourite numbers night after night, in front of hundreds of people; a dream come true you might say!
Having worked up a great repertoire of Buddy Holly songs Sunjay was inspired to record the aptly titled Sunjay Sings Buddy (also featuring some of the stage show band members who have become firm friends).
It’s So Easy to sing along to this wonderful collection of songs, Buddy’s music will Not Fade Away. Some might say That’ll Be The Day, Sunjay thinks that It Doesn’t Matter Anymore. Oh Boy!, you know you want to Rock Around With Ollie Vee and Rave On with Sunjay!