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A.C. Myles

Born in California, the only son of production workers, Myles grew up in the migrant worker rurals of the Central California town in which he was raised. Myles spent his later teens and twenties touring with his own band eventually finding his way to the San Francisco Bay Area and playing sideman to an array of acts. Along the way, with a keen ear and sincere passion, AC has become a gifted entertainer and musician. His personal appearances have a 'take no prisoners' approach which; along with a healthy dose of humor, usually gets even the toughest audiences on his side.

"This album is a stunning piece of work and will put Mr Myles on your list to see live and to track down his previous releases." - Bob Bonsey - Blues Matters Magazine UK 

Myles proves his traditional styling's are up to snuff both vocally and on guitar as well with an amazing vocal workout of the Johnny Adams track, ‘Reconsider Me’, original tracks 'Satisfy My Love', 'Broke Baby' and the James Brown classic 'I'll Go Crazy'. In addition ‘Reconsider Me’, 'Rush to Red' & 'With These Blues' feature tracks by artists Myles has had the opportunity to share stages with in his career, including Roman Carter’s blues gem ‘Queen Bee’ and the Fillmore Slim funk arrangement of the Fats Domino R&B classic, ‘Blue Monday’. The self-penned ‘Death Bed Blues’ and ‘Three Ways to Fall’, which have darker lyrical output, showcase his grasp and retention of blues traditions, while his rendetion of the Rodger Collins B-Side cut 'I'm Serving Time' and ‘What is Love’, a cover of Oakland’s blues/mod/soul kings The Loved Ones, is an ode to the region of California that became adopted home territory for Myles and sprouted his musical growth and career. 

"AC Myles 'Reconsider Me' promises to provide some of the most memorable moments of 2014!" - Tom Hyslop - Blues Revue Magazine/RockMrTom

"'Reconsider Me' by AC Myles is an enjoyable CD. The man has a very good voice and he's a great guitarist. There is much variety in his music." - Rootstime Belgium

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