Eddy Clearwater has been active on the Chicago Blues scene since the early 1950s. We have gathered a few of the reviews to give the fans an idea of what the music press has said about Eddy over the years. Click the links below to read more!
HERE’S WHAT THEY’RE SAYING ABOUT
...SOUL FUNKY LIVE......
RECORDED AT EVANSTON SPACE
“Backlit by six pillars of fire illuminating the way to The Blues That Time Forgot. Raw. Real. Playful. Ruthless. Surreptitiously Libidinous to the Dirtiest Extreme. Piercing and Powerful Beyond the Point of Exhaustion. And it’s all captured on “Soul Funky” as something so wild seldom is.”
— Terry Abrahamson, Chicago Blues Guide
..and Rock n Roll City
by The Chicago Tribune, USA Today’ Brian Mansfield, The New Yorker, Graffiti’s Michael Lipton, CMJ New Music Monthly, Harp and over a dozen others!
...and the Philadelphia Inquirer Review
At 65, a hale ‘Chief’ still belts the blues He may be 65 years old, but, to paraphrase one of his best songs, Eddy “the Chief” Clearwater is not about to lay his guitar down.