1) Touch My Heart
2) Happy In My Arms
3) Living On The Edge
4) Detroit Blues Party (featuring David Honeyboy Edwards , Emmanuel Young and Lady T)
5) Hurts So Badly
6) Waiting For The Train
7) Wall Street Bailout
8) I Got A Good Girl
9) Get Me Out Of Here
10) Reel Me In
11) Half Empty
12) No Regrets
13) Goodbye (featuring John Sinclair )
14) Detroit Blues Party Reprise (featuring David Honeyboy Edwards, John Sinclair, Emmanual Young and Lady T)
" ...raw and roady barroom fare with a gritty edge. If your turn-ons include overdriven amplifiers and unassuming, retro blues-rock, this is for you." -Tom Hysop (Blues Revue)
"...although they do live up to the high energy moniker, they stay true to the blues genre." -Peter "Blewzzman" Lauro (Mary4Music)
"... Howard Glazer lays down smoking, razor sharp guitar licks, a rawer version of Buddy Guy." -Bad Dog Blues
"This is electric blues that rocks when it wants to, but also knows the value of restraint and when to ease up a bit." -George P Seedorff (Big City Blues)
"With the EL 34s, Glazer expounds on the basic blues-rock mix, taking it to a higher level while maintaining the integrity of blues." -Les Coles (Daily Yomirui)
" ...as American as a .45 caliber Smith and Wesson, and packin' about the same wallop." -James Doran (Ottawa Blues Society)
Howard Glazer draws upon over two decades of blues and blues-rock guitar expertise on his new release Wired for Sound . Howard continues to push the limits of the blues genre, from acoustic/resonator work to his high energy blues. Wired for Sound retains the same searing electric blues Glazer is known for while moving forward to a new height. Many songs maintain the bands traditional three piece format, with some exciting additions on several tracks: a full horn section and several special guests are featured, including David “Honeyboy” Edwards and John Sinclair on Detroit Blues Party . Howard’s guitar is hot as an EL 34 vacuum tube through out and his adept acoustic resonator slide skills are featured on two tracks. The EL 34s, Bob Godwin on Bass and Steve Kohn on drums, are the current running through these wires, laying down some tight rhythm, Detroit style.
Howard’s debut release Brown Paper Bag garnered national and worldwide attention in both reviews and radio airplay and charted at number 19 on the Living Blues National radio charts. Howard’s second release Liquor Store Legend also received reviews and airplay worldwide.
Howard Glazer has performed extensively both nationally and internationally including festivals/tours in the USA, Japan, Australia, Italy, Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Switzerland, Holland, Greece, England, Germany, Poland, Canada and The Czech Republic, among others. Howard has shared the bill with many greats including: Johnny Winter, B.B. King, Savoy Brown and David “Honeyboy” Edwards to name a few. In Oct 2009 Howard performed at The Newcastle Blues Festival in Australia and in June 2010 performed at The Kaavi Blues Festival in Finland.
Howard was recently nominated for a 2010 Detroit Music Award – Outstanding Blues Artist/Group and for two 2008 Detroit Music Awards – Outstanding Instrumentalist in the Blues/R&B category and Outstanding Artist in the Blues/R&B Category. Howard has recently received endorsements from Delaney Guitars, National Reso-Phonic Guitars, Stan Hinesley Handcrafted Pickups, GHS Strings, Ohlinger Amplifiers, Seagull Guitars, Blues Pearl Amps & Pedals and Rocktron. Howard has also been voted “Best Guitarist” by the Detroit Metro Times.