Big Bad Sun

Although Big Bad Sun band leader Chris Juergensen is best known for his session work and abilities to combine both Jazz and Rock into his own brand of fusion, most people didn't know that he grew up copying Albert King and Jimi Hendrix. After his first solo release Prospects, a very east-coast influenced instrumental fusion recording, he debated doing something new and a Blues recording seemed the most logical. The first CD, Big Bad Sun, became an international success, with the opening track, Sweet Melissa being used in the Australian short film, Regrets. 2008 would bring about the next release, Strange Phenomena, a half live, half studio recording featuring more of a wide range of styles. Soon after release, Nothing's Got Me from the recording climbed the Podsafe Music Network charts to number two and still remains popular in playlists all over the world. Read more on User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.

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