Yanceys Boogie Blues - Preacher Jack - At The Piano Non Stop boogie

Label: Solo Art - SACD-97 • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Rock & Roll
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Preacher Jack was the alias of wildman pianist John Lincoln Coughlin, a self-taught performer with an encyclopedic knowledge of classic honky tonk, rockabilly and boogie-woogie.

Earning a cult following during the s and s while enjoying an extended stay performing at a club in Boston's North Shore area, he eventually came to the attention of rocker George Thorogoodwho helped him win a contract with Rounder Records. Preacher Jack debuted in with the LP Rock'n'Roll Preacherfollowed in by Barrooms Later ; while he did not record again for a decade, Manu Gavassi - Manu remained a constant on the honky-tonk circuit, and by had earned enough of a cult following to return to the studio to cut Non-Stop Boogie.

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Preacher Jack's first album in over a decade, Non-Stop Boogie collects new material along with a handful of recordings cut in ; the title track is true to its word, clocking in .

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