With JP Soars we do not get a wrong choice. With his third studio album "Full Moon Night In Memphis" He throws a bullseye.
- Eric Schuurmans
American Blues Scene
He plays a head-spinning variety of styles. What sets him apart from most is that he plays them all well, while still managing to make the music his own. Full Moon Night in Memphis is blues of many flavors and subtleties. The music is well played by artists that are inspired and engaged, never failing to excite the listener. Treat your ears to this winning blues today.
Barn Owl Blues Netherlands
BarnOwlBlues finds this absolutely a great album. Every bluesfan should have it at home.
All About Jazz
Soars is not an empty suit of technique. He is, instead, a studied practitioner of the guitar arts, and he demonstrates this on the standards and original brought together on this recording.
- C.Michael Bailey
Down At The Crossroads
JP Soars’ third studio release, Full Moon Night in Memphis, is one of the most enjoyable albums I’ve listened to this year. Every track of the 14 is simply a joy,
Soars is definitely not a one trick pony as the styles vary and contrast with each other, this is an album you want to listen to. With hints and tipping his hat to his wide range of influences from Miles Davis to Muddy Water through to T-Bone Walker and Django Reinhardt.
Full Moon Night In Memphis touches all the right Spots.
- Liz Aiken