Guitarist Adrian Galysh is set to release his upcoming blues-rock album Into The Blue on May 25, and now fans can get inside look at how the album was made. Watch the video here.

In his behind-the-scenes video, Galysh gives viewers an intricate look at the making of his new album, featuring candid shots of guest artists Kacee Clanton, and acclaimed guitarists Carl Verheyen and Johnny Hiland. Additionally, Galysh breaks down his rig and talks about the inspiration behind the tracks.

“What happens during the recording of an album is as precious as the final product,” said Galysh. “But most times, fans don’t get to see the fun dynamics and interactions that go down during the making of an album. With this video, I wanted to provide fans with just that.”

Into The Blue is packed with nine blues-rock tracks with guitar and vocals that take Galysh into an entirely new musical direction.

Produced and recorded by Galysh in Los Angeles, Into The Blue draws heavily on the guitarist’s ‘70s-era influences. Galysh shares vocal duties with powerhouse vocalist Kacee Clanton, known for her soulful work with Joe Cocker, Luis Miguel, Beth Hart, and Janis Joplin’s band, Big Brother and The Holding Company. The album also features special guest performances by studio session ace Carl Verheyen (Supertramp); chicken picker Johnny Hilanddrummer  Joey Heredia (Stevie Wonder, Tribal Tech); and bassist Paul Loranger (Eric Sardinas).

In support of his album, Galysh will have a release show on May 25 at 9:30 p.m. in Los Angeles at The Baked Potato, located at 3787 Cahuenga Blvd., in Studio City. Tickets are available on-site.

Into The Blue will be available on May 25, 2016 via iTunes,,, and Preview Into The Blue now at, and pre-order it here.

Track list

1. “Let Your Hammer Ring” (Galysh)
2. “Barstool Monarchy” (Galysh/Clanton)
3. “Unloveable Me” (Galysh/Clanton)
4. “Messin’ With The Kid” (Mel London)
5. “Nobody Knows You (When You’re Down and Out)” (Jimmy Cox)
6. “Who Am I To Say” (Galysh/Clanton)
7. “The War” (Galysh/Clanton)
8. “Further On Up The Road” (Veasley/Robey)
9. “Why Am I Singing The Blues” (Galysh/Clanton)