New Richie Kotzen song, "VENOM."
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    New Richie Kotzen song, "VENOM."



    This is not my favorite of his string of singles he's released but I really dig his guitar tone and different use of effects for it.
    It's more on the dark side.

    The more I listen to it, the more it grows.

    The groove is truth and the music video is a nice change of pace for him in terms of production.

    Here are the other two singles:



    If anyone has any prayer requests, need to talk, or have questions about the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
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    God Bless, Venator

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    Kinda like it. Its still blues/rock based but with an interesting twist.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fproject.music View Post
    Kinda like it. Its still blues/rock based but with an interesting twist.
    Yeah for sure. He definitely went outside his usual deal.

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    I dig it. This guy's career is in no way indicative of how talented he is. Monster player, great songwriter, great vocalist.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris View Post
    I dig it. This guy's career is in no way indicative of how talented he is. Monster player, great songwriter, great vocalist.
    100%.

    It's dumbfounding to me how he gets no radio air-play on anything and nothing has even been featured in a movie. It's weird.

    Because I'd be willing to bet he'd have a few Grammy's by now and a couple of Platinum records.

    Especially, The Winery Dogs self-titled.

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    This is actually my favorite of his singles that I've heard. Also, the vocals are a little less Chris Cornell and a little more Coverdale.
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    Well damn...that's some great stuff right there! Makes no sense that he isn't more well known and appreciated.

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    In this same vein, I keep seeing Blues Saraceno credited on various Netflix documentaries and shows. Looks like he found himself a niche.

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