Posts Tagged ‘poker music’

A new poker song, “I May Be Bluffin’ ” , written by Randy Pavlock, Texas Rock and Blues Artist, and yours truly is now in production with Pavlock’s band, Twenty Four Seven. My wife and I came up with the idea to create a new poker song and when we were trying to figure out who to team up with to write, play and produce it, we both immediately came up with Pavlock. After all, Pavlock had toured with the legendary Buddy Miles and I had produced Miles, and we’ve become good friends ever since we met at Buddy’s memorial. So indeed, he was the perfect choice.

Randy Pavlock and Buddy MilesPavlock recruited his band Twenty Four Seven and they are now in the studio laying down drums, bass, rhythm and lead guitar and, to sweeten it up, some hot keyboards. “I May Be Bluffin'” should be ready for release in a few weeks, after which we’ll follow it up with an awesome music video. We’ve got the perfect location for the shoot!

It was a lot of fun, and I’m glad I stepped away from the poker tables long enough to produce this Texas poker song.

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It was an amazing year for the WSOP and certainly for Cologne, Germany and its Ambassador of Poker, Pius Heinz. But now it’s time to get back to the real world for most of us and what better way to do that than by continuing with our poker music series? So here’s the very funny “Waiting on the River” by unknown artist, E-Isme, that we found on YouTube, doing his self-penned Texas Hold Em tune. The song and video are a bit amateurish, but pretty clever, and I for one can sure relate to what E-Isme is singing about.

Watch and listen as he ends up taking all the poker chips with the nuts  straight flush against quad threes as his opponent splashes all in. It looks like they were playing on one of those sturdy octagonal folding poker tables  like the ones at the Texas Poker Store.


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