“The goal of the members is to ensure that after every concert, the attendees are “all convinced that they just got rocked, from the second we start the first song to the end of the show,” Huhn said.“We want to the music to be a testimony of rock and roll, moving rock and roll music.”
Roger Earl Interview – by Jason Saulnier for Music Legends
…Foghat return with what could basically be described as an all out, hard rockin’ blues album, and damn fine it is too….
Roger Earl is in the April 2011 issue of Modern Drummer
A great review of our Las Vegas show at the Orleans on Jan 29/30, 2011 by Mark Lewis!
The “British blues heroes go about exploring their roots in a mature way”
Last Train Home has been released in the UK and Europe. Here is the first review!
From an interview with Roger Earl …GKW: “Foghat is closing in on its 40 anniversary. What does that number mean to you?…RE: A 40th anniversary tour. Oh no, not more fun…”
Foghat making a blues album is a natural as Hanes underwear is to Michael Jordan’s body – it’s a snug and perfect fit.
Led by founding member and drummer Roger Earl, Last Train Home is well written and executed. The results are evident, as the album has climbed inside the Top 10 of Blues charts. Let’s face it though, a Foghat blues album is not THAT far from a Foghat rock album and Last Train Home is as welcome in a rocker’s catalog as it is in a bluesman’s. This one is a winner from start to finish.