Hamilton Loomis

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GOOD TIME FUNKIFIED TEXAS ROCKIN BLUES
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If blues, soul, and rock can be said to form a triangle, you’ll find Hamilton Loomis right in the centre of it', says Guitar Player Magazine

You got to put some seasoning in what you're doin', and this boy's got the whole salt shaker!’ Bo Diddley

Galveston raised, Houston based, the Texan blues-rock and funk guitarist Hamilton Loomis is also a fine blues-harp player and vocalist.
Schooled by Johnny Copeland and Joe ‘Guitar’ Hughes, Hamilton became Bo Diddley’s protégé when at 16 years old he met the blues legend,
He’s now at the forefront of bringing blues based American music into the 21st century and redefining it for a contemporary audience.
Influenced by Robert Randolph, White Stripes, Robert Cray, Albert Collins and of course Bo Diddley, Hamilton conjures up his own mix of modern blues, modern funk, and slick soul, backed by his current ‘Give It Back’ album.