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"Bucks County Courier Times"

Music scholars will tell you that there would be no rock ‘n’ roll if there hadn’t first been the blues.

Riverside, a musically gifted trio from Lower Bucks County, understands this.

The trio’s blues influences are evident in nearly all of their original songs, from the crowd-pleasing "Rainbow Flower" through the ambitious instrumental "Polaris."

The band’s gritty, old-school sound leaves no doubt as to their influences — blues masters such as Muddy Waters and Albert King and rock guitar legends such as Clapton and Hendrix.

Guitarist/vocalist Bobby Juncosa, in fact, seems to be channeling the spirit of Hendrix when he performs live. Riverside's extended jams took listeners on a dynamic journey, pushing the musical limits without ever losing focus.

Although Juncoa’s skilled showmanship is the focal point of the band’s live show , the band’s sound would not be complete without the rock-solid rhythm section of bassist Alan Kleinman and drummer Dan Samuels. The duo provide the ideal foundation for Juncosa’s innovative fretwork.

Riverside isn’t breaking any new musical ground, but that’s OK. The band is doing its part to keep alive the great classic rock and blues sounds of yesteryear. At a time when too many original bands seem to be chasing the trend of the day, Riverside’s appreciation of the legends is a refreshing throwback to the days when the music was all that mattered.
- Andy Vineberg


Somethin' Ain't Right (2006)

Red Dress Woman (In Production)



Although, Bobby and Alan had been in previous bands together, Riverside was started with the addition of Dan on drums in 2004.

Our influences are mostly of blues and blues-rock. Players like Albert King, Muddy Waters, Robert Johnson, Son House, Jimi Hendrix and Eric Clapton.

With the influences of blues and classic rock greats, our original sound is very similar.