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Chris Bergson’s new solo album, All I Got Left, is an intimate, stripped-down affair. The album includes original material – both new and re-imagined – inspired by lived-in scenes of the pandemic, along with new interpretations of songs by Richard Julian, Glenn Patscha, Chuck Berry and Bob Dylan. Recorded live over two days in March 2021, All I Got Left was co-produced, recorded, and mixed by Hugh Pool at his studio Excello Recording in Brooklyn. The album received Four Stars in MOJO praising Bergson’s “elegant slide guitar chops…But what lingers are lines from lockdown: “I want to believe the cavalry’s coming – but what if this is as good as it gets?”

“All I Got Left” is the first single and title track from Chris Bergson’s new solo album, out now on all digital outlets with the European CD release on Continental Record Services.

“Chris Bergson is one of the most inventive songwriters in modern blues music.”
– All Music Guide

“A kind of Edward Hopper of the blues.”
– The Blues Magazine (UK)

“Chris Bergson plays the kind of guitar you can build a house on – it’s B.B. meets Steve Cropper meets John Scofield.”
– ROLL Magazine

“The Chris Bergson Band is one of the most talented bands playing today…From blazing rock to funk to soul to Delta blues and all that’s in between.”
– Elmore Magazine