Blue Embrace

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Musical artist

Blue Embrace is an American rock band formed in Hollywood, California in 2009. The group was founded by musician and producer Oz Chiri.

History

Blue Embrace first album "Bleeding Blue" Released 2009
First Blue Embrace single format Released through Tarot Records circa 2012
Blue Embrace Feel the Blues Live Single, released 2014
Blue Embrace at The Key Club (Hollywood) (Ex Gazzarri's) Sunset Strip , Hollywood, circa 2012

The band began performing shows in theaters and clubs on Sunset Strip in Hollywood, along with other areas such as Los Angeles, Orange County and Inland Empire. They were signed in 2010 by the record label Tarot Records. They released their first album: "Bleeding Blue" the same year. Their second album "Fenix" (2010) received praise from Carmine Appice,[1] and was considered by the Recording Academy for a Grammy award nomination for Best Rock Album.[no citations needed here] In 2012 the band released their new single "Devil in Disguise", and made their first tour, to the US states Nevada, Colorado, Ohio, Texas, California, and abroad to the UK, Germany, and the Netherlands.

Musical style

Blue Embrace's musical is variable and original with early influences from rock, blues and jazz. During the recording of Fenix, the band took a more progressive approach to their music, Devil in Disguise released in 2012 gave the band a more classical rock and blues approach. 2014 was the release of their Live Fan Appreciation single "Feel the Blues", recorded at Salamanca Studios in California during the Devil in Disguise sessions.

Personnel

Oz Chiri (Blue Embrace) & Sheldon Reynolds (Earth, Wind & Fire) Performing together at The Arcadia Blues Club with Blue Embrace, circa 2013
Current members

Discography

Studio albums

  • Bleeding Blue (CD)(2009)[2]
  • Fenix (2010) (CD)[2]

Singles

  • Devil in Disguise (2012) (iTunes)[3]
  • Feel the Blues (2014) (iTunes)
  • Be My Queen (ETA Late 2016)

Music videos

  • Devil in Disguise, Official Music Video (Vevo) [4]

Critical reception

Rock drummer Vinny Appice wrote: Blue Embrace’s ‘Fenix’ is refreshing with great grooves; music with a bad attitude! Their simple yet effective cool riffs remind me a bit of Zeppelin. They are not followers or trendy and I see a bright future ahead of Blue Embrace if they keep it metal with soul.[5]

Rock singer Phil Lewis wrote: Blue Embrace have that edge and hunger that I recall the first time I saw a young Metallica. Loud abrasive yet soulful. I think were all going to be hearing a lot more about this band in the very near future. [5]

Interviews

References

External links

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