Blues Travel Guitar will be releasing its latest album, Theloniously Monk, in Australia on April 12.
It will also be released on vinyl on April 15 in the US and Canada.
The album is being co-released by Thelonius Monk and his label, Blackbird Music.
Thelonios Monk, a folk singer, songwriter, and musician, was born on March 22, 1926, in Memphis, Tennessee.
He started out as a singer and guitar player and made a name for himself as one of the most popular blues performers of the era, performing at the top of the charts in the mid-20th century.
“When I was younger I loved to play in churches, as I always loved the church bells and singing and playing with people,” he said in a statement.
“My first musical memory is sitting in a church on a Saturday morning, listening to the music and just being a little kid.”
His early recordings included “Trouble With The Law”, “I’m A King”, and “You Know Me Now”.
“Told you so” is a track from The Travel Guitar’s debut album.
The title track was written in 1956, with the first single released in 1959.
The song was later re-recorded and released in 1967, when Monk recorded a new version.
The lyrics were changed from “You know me now” to “I know you” for the reissue.
“You got to give up your old tricks to learn the new ones,” Monk told Rolling Stone magazine.
“That’s why I keep on playing.
And you got to keep your old songbooks and you got the old songs on your turntables and you gotta keep it that way.”
Thelonio Monk was born in Memphis Tennessee, USA on March 2, 1926.
He was raised by his mother, Florence, and her sister, Mary.
His mother was a homemaker, and his father, William, was a preacher and musician.
In 1956, he was a singer-songwriter.
The band was formed in 1960 by Johnnie Hawkins, Miles Davis, and Thelonys Monk, and was released on his album, “The Blues Travel.”
In 1968, he and Miles Davis were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
In 1976, he signed to Blackbird, and released a record called “Thelonious.”
In 1986, he released a single called “It’s Not Easy Being Blue.”
It is considered to be the first major jazz recording, and also the first album to feature the saxophone and vocals of the likes of Thelonia Hayes, Stevie Wonder, Louis Armstrong, and Miles Teller.
The tune became an international hit and was nominated for four Grammy Awards.
“It is a wonderful song, and I think it has influenced a lot of people,” Monk said in 2014.
“People have a tendency to think of this song as a blues, but this is really the blues.
It’s a beautiful, beautiful song, with beautiful melodies.
There are wonderful saxophone parts in there.”
The song has been played by artists from all walks of life, including jazz musicians, blues legends, and country artists.
The “Toughest of the Hard Times” was written as a tribute to his mother Florence.
The line “You have to give it up to learn that new thing” has been used as the theme for many films and TV shows.
The music video for “It Starts with a Bang” from The Rock Band 2 video game has been viewed more than 2 million times on YouTube.
The guitar is played by John Cale, the bassist of The Cure, and the guitar solos on the song are by Kenny Chesney, who also played the role of the blues legend.
“I think the title track is the best way to describe it, I guess, because it’s a blues tune,” Monk, who has been performing in Australia since 2005, said in 2013.
“A lot of these songs, you know, you get the chord progression down in your head, you sort of start playing them.
You know the rhythm, you do it.
You go from that to the chords that you’re working on.
I think that’s a good analogy for the whole album, just the way I think about it.”
Monk has been in Australia a number of times and has been nominated for several Grammy Awards, including Best New Artist and Best New Instrument.