CHICAGO - JUNE 09: Guitarist Dave Specter performs on the Pepsi Front Porch during a "Tribute to Hubert Sumlin" at the Chicago Blues Festival in Chicago, Illinois on JUNE 09, 2012. (Photo By Raymond Boyd/Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images) Wednesday, June 5: "Delmark Blues
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-The Metropolitan Jazz Octet and singer extraordinaire Dee Alexander joined forces and talent for “Too Hot For Words”, a celebration of Billie Holiday and her songbook also featuring Chicago’s own Jim Gailloreto on tenor saxophone. -The Fat Babies, Chicago’s preeminent
At 90 years old, the guitarist is a walking master class in modern blues greatness. By David Whiteis CLICK! and READ COMPLETE ARTICLE HERE...!!!
Jim and Mike Jeffers talked extensively about Delmark's upcoming CD featuring Dee Alexander and the Metropolitan Jazz Octet. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F4CIZ-GT1ns
Jimmy Johnson, Dave Specter, Johnny Burgin, Guy King, Demetria Taylor + Mike Wheeler, Linsey Alexander, and Breezy Rodio, plus a winter 2019 blues release from Willie Buck! -The elder of the Chicago blues scene, 90-years-young JIMMY JOHNSON opens this list with a studio
Delmark artist, guitarist Johnny Burgin - aka "Rockin Johnny" - is releasing a special preview single, Delmark's first "Digital 45". "California Blues" is offered as a special single from the upcoming live album done by artists who don’t play together regularly, performed for a
Uptown: The Fat Babies' fourth album on the Delmark Records label, features the new, expanded, 8-piece version of the the band. The music is a mix of original music written by members of the band, and classic jazz tunes by artists like King Oliver, Tiny Parham, The New Orleans
AXPONA (Audio Expo North America) is the largest high-end audio show in North America. The three-day experience features multiple hotel floors packed with listening rooms, The Expo Hall featuring The Record Fair, a dedicated Ear Gear Expo, seminars and live musical performances.
"...a mesmerizing blend of restless rhythmic energy and sophisticated instrumental voicing, highlighted by dramatic shifts in tempo and dynamics", says Jazziz writer Mark Holston. VOLCANIC ACTIVITY Embracing a new adventure, Paquito D’Rivera teams up with an