Doug Duffey and BADD will perform at the 2020 Roots & Blues Showcase on Friday, January 31. .🎵. Born in Monroe, Louisiana in 1950, Duffey began singing and playing piano at an early age; he was composing and performing professionally by age 14. He has written songs for and/or recorded with George Clinton, Funkadelic, Rare Earth, Bootsy Collins, Bernie Worrell, Keith Richards, Herbie Hancock, David Byrne, Maceo Parker, Fred Wesley, Anders Osborne, Little Queenie, Marcia Ball, Zakiya Hooker, Jerry Beach, John Autin, and other Louisiana and International artists. -- For more about Doug, visit http://www.dougduffeyandbadd.com.
Thank you for this amazing review, @ameribluesscene ! Reshare: @ameribluesscene The newest album from soul blues artist @frank_bey_music comes out on Friday 1/17 via @nolablueinc We took a listen to 'All My Dues Are Paid.'
Steve Howell and The Mighty Men will perform at the 2020 Roots & Blues Showcase on Friday, January 31. .🎵. Steve Howell's collaboration with The Mighty Men has spanned the better part of three decades. Their affinity for the music and each other shows in every album they create and show they perform. In 2019, Steve's landmark publication, Fingerpicking Early Jazz Standards, was released by Hal Leonard. -- For more about Steve and his endeavors, visit http://www.stevehowell.ws/
Nola Blue and Blind Raccoon proudly announce the launch of 💙Blue Heart Records💙 with first artist, MISS BIX!
Katy Hobgood Ray Music will perform at the 2020 Roots & Blues Showcase on Friday, January 31. .🎵. For her work in children’s music, Katy won a Parents’ Choice Award in 2016. She was recognized by the New Orleans Gambit among the 40 Under 40 class in 2016; in 2018, New Orleans Magazine included her in the People to Watch issue. A native of Shreveport, her current release, 'I Dream Of Water,' was written with perspective and reflection on her experiences in Louisiana. - For more about Katy, visit http://confettipark.com/about-katy-hobgood-ray/
Reshare: @bennyturnerbass WOW! I just found a bunch of pictures that are water damaged and stuck together since Hurricane Katrina. Hope to get them repaired. . This is a picture of the last time I saw Jimmie Lee Robinson before he died. I met up with him, TJ McNulty and Johnny Dollar at TJ's place on Lake Street. Mighty Joe Young's lady Ann helped me find him. This was the only loose picture, and I treasure it! . One of the coolest guys I ever met. Genuinely good. #TBT