Ed Maly Keeps On Rolling With New Hot Texas Tunes Release Fountain of Youth

Sugar Land, Texas-January 18, 2011-Ed Maly’s personality comes shining through again on his eighth and latest album Fountain of Youth. The title of the CD is perfect for Maly and his down to earth blues rock.

Maly offers up 20 tracks of warm, humorous and inviting blues rock on Fountain of Youth. The artist is hard not to like because of his homegrown Sugar Land style and approach.

Once again the new recording is released on Maly’s Hot Texas Tunes and it features Maly’s band including several other artists.

Maly explores life and love on tracks like “I’m Your Man” and the dark side comes through on “Gravestone Of Mine” not to mention a touch of the bizarre on “Snake Farm”. While this Texas guitar slinger does not take things too seriously with his lyrical content he does use outstanding musicianship to support the words he sings. Maly doubles as a lead and rhythm guitarist on the album while Keith Cannon finds his place on six of the tracks with exceptional lead licks.

Several types of blues are explored throughout the 20 tracks on Fountain of Youth showing the diversification Maly can give his listeners. From slow burners to funky tracks that feature stinging lead runs that remind everyone that the blues are getting one serious tribute.

If you are looking for a Fountain of Youth overflowing with the blues Ed Maly has just what you need. Visit the Ed Maly website for more information, media and updates on live shows. Fountain of Youth is available through the artist website or through major Etailers such as CD Baby and iTunes.

Contact: Hot Texas Tunes
Company: Ed Maly
Address: P.O. Box 792 Sugar Land, TX 77487
Tel: (281) 468-0144
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