Kenny “Blues Boss” Wayne “Blues From Chicago To Paris”

Kenny "Blues Boss" Wayne.

    Artista / Grupo: Kenny ‘Blues Boss’ Wayne

    Álbum: “Blues From Chicago To Paris”

    Discográfica: Stony Plain / Mark Pucci Media

    Año publicación: 2022

    Fecha crítica: 11/2022

    Valoración: ESSENTIAL

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Since the first album notes, every good blues fan will immediately discover it comes from Duke Robillard. Not in vain and, since the early sixties, Robillard has devoted his career to perform and make popular the real jump blues and, of course, the most genuine 40’s and 50’s West Coast and rhythm & blues sounds.

Founder of the legendary Roomful Of Blues and owner of an impressive collection of 78 and 45 rpm records and LP’s, Robillard is a true master of the styles he tastefully performs. His musical talent is recognized internationally by legions of fans who faithfully follow him.

Over the years Duke Robillard has put his voice and guitar in countless projects of musicians from Rhode Island or Texas. Some of these musicians contribute now in Duke’s new album, that includes eighteen songs where, besides Duke Robillard on guitar and vocals, you will find Chris Cote on vocals, Bruce Bears on piano and organ, Marty Ballou on bass and double bass, Doug James on tenor and baritone sax and Mark Teixeira on drums. Together with them, a rooster of deluxe guest musicians like John Hammond, Kim Wilson, Michelle Willson, Sue Foley, Sugar Ray Norcia, Mike Flanigin, Mark Earley, Doug Woolverton, Matt McCabe and Anita Suhanin.

An excellent and essential album that gathers all the ingredients and the perfect final production to be considered one of those treasures every fan must have in his record collection.