But it is Reddick’s songs — sometimes sweet, sometimes bitter, always thought-provoking and rarely sentimental — and the passionate way he delivers them that best illustrate what the influential British magazine Mojo described as his “wayward brilliance.”
In the real world, he has been nominated for Junos and Blues Music Awards and he is a seven-time Maple Blues Award winner. And he continues to tour — across Canada and the United States, with two or three trips a year to Europe — with his hard-hitting band.
“Paul Reddick is an absolute charmer and a high watermark for Canadian music.”
“Wishbone is one of the best albums, blues or otherwise, of 2012….This is the album ZZ Top should have made – 5 out of 5.”
– John Kereiff, Roc Doc Reviews
“The driving force is Reddick as sexually-charged front man, bolstered by a band who serves it up like a testosterone-fueled hurricane.”
– Eric Thom, Penguin Eggs
“Wishbone is possibly the album Keith Richards has long wanted to make.”