Working as a tennis pro, Brant experienced the Blues for himself after having a career ending tennis injury. The pain taught him what Blues are all about.”

American Blues Scene

After a career ending on court tennis injury in his foot while teaching, Brant Buckley found strength in writing a song about it called Nerve Damage Blues. Check out a snippet about his beginnings, inspirations, music and tennis.”

The Tennis Foodie

New album - Out now

As part of his recovery from neurapraxia, Buckley took up Kriya Yoga meditation. It’s comprised of spinal breathing exercises he described as “open(ing) up to the energy around you ... recharging your battery.”” - Jeff Stover

The Pottstown Mercury, Pennsylvania

Rock and Blues musician Brant Buckley unveils his new song, “Times Strange,” about the alienation caused by the pandemic. The music has a haunting quality, and Buckley’s methods are uniquely paranormal-inspired. Buckley’s songs reflect on the recent pandemic, reincarnation, and spiritual channeling of Blues originators. The guitar playing on this album has a good Blues sound. The dobro guitar produces a nice dirty sound quality that captures the “caged up” feeling we’re all experiencing.”

Paranorms

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I tried creating a traveling-through-time guitar part with lyrics channeling the command, power, and attack that Muddy had. I meditate and do a lot of healing work, so the song is about healing people through the power of music. The healing aspect is the music coming from my hands and affecting the listeners spirit: “I’m the Mystical Muddy Man. Healing Waters in my Hands.”

Brant Buckley