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Listen: Reignwolf’s new song “Lonely Sunday”

on April 26, 2014, 11:00am

Photo by Heather Kaplan

Back in December, when Canadian blues artist Jordan Cook, a.k.a Reignwolf, announced he was opening for Black Sabbath on their North American tour, he celebrated with a new song, “In The Dark”. Now, with the tour wrapping up this evening at the Hollywood Bowl, Cook’s commemorating the occasion with yet another standalone single.

If you’re unfamiliar with Cook’s one-man blues-rock assault, “Lonely Sunday” is a pretty good crash course. Three relentless minutes of crashing drums, sweltering guitar antics, and vocals somewhere between a croon and a howl, the song skirts the line between lonesome blues ballad and an alt-rock anthem. Either way, though, bring your best hanky, cause you’re about to get about seven kinds of hot and sweaty.

“On route to kick off our supporting run with Black Sabbath, I made a stop in at Breakglass Studio in Montreal,” Cook says. “S.J. Kardash, a childhood friend of mine, and I recorded this track ‘Lonely Sunday’ in celebration of the tour. Plan to open with this at Hollywood Bowl tonight! Enjoy.”

Listen in below:

Watch Reignwolf takeover Chicago for CoS during Lollapalooza 2013:


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Joe Blues
October 10, 2014 at 2:22 am

This guy couldn’t make a record to save his live. Great bar band, horrible recording artist. Sad.

blues destroyer (@bluesdestroyer)
July 30, 2014 at 1:14 am

It’s super cheeseball and sounds like that corny seven deadly sins album. Not impressed at all. My prediction is that he’ll never have a good song on the radio and will keep playing bars and festivals with no major success.

Joe Blues
October 10, 2014 at 2:23 am

I couldn’t agree more. Great talent, but talent doesn’t mean anything. Take away his voice and guitar and there’s absolutely nothing left. No stories, no poetry to this guy.


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