"If it is possible to be a natural-born guitarist, Langford fits the description."
- Rick Allen, Vintage Guitar Magazine
Blue Heart is the newest release from Too Slim and the Taildraggers and the follow-up to Shiver - the 2012 Blues Foundations BMA nominated Rock Blues Album Of The Year.
Blue Heart was recorded in Nashville, Tennessee and produced by Tom Hambridge (Buddy Guy, George Thorogood, Joe Louis Walker) with current and former rhythm section members of Delbert McClinton's band. The musicians who performed on Blue Heart include Reese Wynans (Stevie Ray Vaughn), Jimmy Hall (Wet Willie), Tom Hambridge, Rob McNelley, and Tommy MacDonald.
Blue Heart reached #3 on Billboard's Top Blues Album Chart in 2013. Each of Too Slim and the Taildraggers' last four studio releases have charted in the Top 10 and Heat Seeker Chart. Tim Langford has received Lifetime Achievement and Hall of Fame awards by three Northwest Blues Societies, as well as more than 40 Regional and National Music Awards.
Tim Langford is joined by drummer and vocalist Jeff "Shakey" Fowlkes (Robert Bradleys Black Water Surprise, Kid Rock, Uncle Kraker) and bassist Eric "Stretch" Hanson as the newest members of the trio.
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"Too Slim (Tim Langford) is not only a master of slide guitar, But he's also a composer of the highest regard. A supremely talented performer and composer who ranks with the best that blues/rock has to offer."
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