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Release: Eric Bibb - Ridin

Eric BibbRidin

Releases on March 24

Label:Stony Plain Records

Stony Plain Records Announces March 24, 2023, North America Release Date for New Album, Ridin’, from Two-Time Grammy-Nominated Blues Legend Eric Bibb, Featuring Guest Appearances from Taj Mahal, Jontavious Willis, Russell Malone and Habib Koité

A two-time Grammy Award nominee with multiple Blues Foundation awards

 Stony Plain Records announces a March 24, 2023, release date for Ridin’, the new album from two-time Grammy nominee and Blues/Roots music legend Eric Bibb. The label released the album’s first single, “Family,” on December 8.  Eric Bibb has already scheduled lengthy tours of Europe and Australia in the first quarter of 2023 to support the new album’s release.

 The follow-up to his multiple award-winning, critically-acclaimed 2021 album, Dear America, Ridinis a continuation of the vision that informs Bibb’s artistry as a modern-day Blues troubadour. Grounded in the folk and blues tradition with contemporary sensibilities, Bibb’s music continues to reflect his thoughts on current world events and his own lived experiences, whilst remaining entertaining, uplifting, inspirational and relevant.


“As a songwriter, studying African American history has always been a deep well of inspiration. The true stories of my ancestors and their communities are at the heart of many of the songs on my new album - Ridin’. Together with co-writer/producer Glen Scott, we’ve created a concept album focusing on the ongoing task of understanding systemic racism and purging it from our world. For all its seriousness, Ridin’ is a funky, groovy, hopeful collection of songs that feature stellar guest appearances by Taj Mahal, Jontavious Willis, Russell Malone and Habib Koité. At a time when popular political movements are attempting to delete truth from the historical record, I feel called upon to sing songs that contribute to greater understanding and much-needed unity. The making of Ridin’ has been a labor of love. We hope you’ll enjoy the journey.”Eric Bibb

 The ethos for Ridin’ was hugely inspired by the oil painting by Eastman Johnson, “A Ride for Liberty (1862),” that depicts an African American family fleeing enslavement in the southern USA during the American Civil War. In Eric’s own words: “Johnson’s painting embodies all the hope, determination and courage that is at the core of the African American experience and needed now throughout the world.” 

Ridin' was produced by Glen Scott and features Habib Koité, Taj Mahal, Steve Jordan, Tommy Sims, Harrison Kennedy, Russell Malone and Jontavious Willis, as well as a host of brilliant session musicians and singers from around the globe.

 A two-time Grammy Award nominee with multiple Blues Foundation awards, Eric Bibb is known and revered globally for having carved his own musical destiny with honesty and power. Eric’s father, the late Leon Bibb, was an activist, actor, and folk singer who marched at Selma with Dr. Martin Luther King. Eric’s youth was spent immersed in the Greenwich Village folk scene. Names like Dylan, Baez, and Seeger were visitors to his home. He was deeply influenced by Odetta, Richie Havens, and Taj Mahal – who guests on Ridin’ - and he has synthesized all of that into his very own style. 


  • 01 Family
  • 02 Ridin’
  • 03 Blues Funky Like Dat (featuring Taj Mahal & Jontavious Willis)
  • 04 The Ballad of John Howard Griffin (featuring Russell Malone)
  • 05 500 Miles
  • 06 Tulsa Town
  • 07 Onwards (Interlude)
  • 08 Hold the Line (featuring Russell Malone)
  • 09 I Got My Own (featuring Amar Sundy)
  • 10 Call Me By My Name (featuring Harrison Kennedy)
  • 11 Joybells
  • 12 Sinner Man with Eric Bibb String Band (Live at Wheatland Festival)
  • 13 Free (featuring Habib Koité)
  • 14 People You Love
  • 15 Church Bells (Interlude)


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