The amazing and red hot new album release from singer songwriter and extreme guitarist Pebo Wilson and his album called “Playing With Fire” is red hot and on fire. The first track is called “Barn Burns Down” and the song has a great sounding rhythm section to die for. Pebo and his amazing guitar riffs rip and shred their way through the song. The next song is a sort of ballad love song it’s called “Devil Has To Win” and the song has substance and I really enjoy the song. It has a smoothness to it, and the sax keep the music alive and adds a saxual element. Pebo’s got a sound that allows your ears to be entertained throughout this amazing and superbly crafted music album. Pebo has a way to keep the harmonies flowing and this song is a fine example of. “She Thinks She Knows Me” another great written and sung song that allows one to really hear Pebo’s vocals and his voiceis one to be reckoned with. Pebo’s music isn’t quite country it’s more southern rock with a nice edge of rock & roll and has a real solid feel to it. I guess the way I describe it. Pebo’s songs on this superb and polished album have grip to them, where as they stick with you and have true musical texture. The next song called “I Drink Alone” is already a hit in my opinion, it has all the elements and more an Pebo really showcases his ability to have a solid rock and roll song and at the same time keep it slow. What a superb and smooth sounding song that has that sound that has true credibility to it and Pebo has an almost Kid rock feel to it, and adds his flavor that is all his own and radio needs to be hearing this song. There is a rough edgy feel to Pebo and his style of music, where I can’t place a particular genre on it, but shares hints of southern rock and country and is tremendously entertaining. The next song called “I Want To Go To Heaven” has a simple sound that really has a simple feel to it and Pebo strums along with it and has a message in all of his lyrics, in which they all have true life inflection injected into them, and makes a song come alive. Pebo definitely has that in all he writes and throughout this wonderful and finely crafted album. “Playing With Fire” Pebo has an almost Crazy Horse guitar that adds in a hint and small element of Native beat. As the guitars rip and start  showcasing and  shredding to the total musicality of Pebo Wilson. With that being said the next song called “Different Worlds” Pebo brings in the totally identifiable sound of Native American within the intro of the song, and has amazing rhythm to it and the eclectic feel to it and Pebo brings in his talented fingers for some amazing and fancy fret work and has real entertainment value to it. The album title of “Playing With Fire” adds heat to every song on this amazing and intense music album. I really was entertained with the song called “Choctaw Woman” where Pebo  makes the strings of guitar twist and turn in a direction that has a phenomenal sound and was most enjoyable to the ears. “Right Through It All” another song that has a hint of good old country southern rock to it. Pebo Wilson consistently has this throughout this red hot and on fire album. The song and Pebo and his vocals are a match made in heaven and this is one of those albums that remain in heavy rotation and always will. Pebo Wilson has a simplistic, yet has a real feel to his wonderful musical catalog and this album has cemented this with me. “Burn” the final song on this album is another example of how Pebo uses that bending of the chord work that is very contagious and sounds really great. Throughout this album I heard sounds of Native American, Southern Rock, Country and just damn good guitar work throughout that is really impressive and Pebo has impressed me with his second to none feel that set my speakers on fire as I gave this album it’s time to spin it’s magic, and it has more than magic it has intensity that will most indeed make the “Barn Burn Down” and with the amazing guitar work of Pebo Wilson your ears will ignite with much delight. Many thanks to Pebo Wilson and his great friendship and his superb music talent and allowing me to be exposed to his flamable and very flavored guitar work and amazing and purely red hot talent.

Steven F. Adams

Writer/Publicist Owner Sound Wave One

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Author: SOUNDWAVEONE Steven F. Adams

I have a very extensive broadcasting & music back round. With over 30 years experience. I have been nominated for several writing awards (ie) publicist and promoter of the year also, one of the industries most revered music reviewers. I started a writing career, with the idea bringing notice to the industry all music artists, focusing on Indie artists, and many mainstream artists as well. Writing about individuals, from all around the globe, all music genres and remaining consistent with my slogan of "Hearing is Believing", and "All Music Matters and bringing out the "positive" in all artists no matter how small, big or different. I feel all need to be given that chance to be noticed for their talents and allow others to hear, and noticed for their talent. As of date I have written well over 400 music album reviews and continue to acquire more everyday. Some legends, some independent artists. My continuing wish is they get the to share the stage lights within the industry. With making a difference with my "Positive " music reviews through my writing style, about them & for them and reviewing their music always in a "Positive" forum.

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