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Thursday, February 9, 2012

John Carey & Piano Bob - Back In New Orleans

Styles : New Orleans Blues, Piano Blues (Diatonic Harp)
Released : 2010
Lable : John Carey

01 - Back In New Orleans
02 - Parade of Injustice
03 - Spirit Inside of Me
04 - Soul Surgeon
05 - Union Man Blues
06 - Doin' the Big Easy
07 - Slow Dancin'
08 - Boathouse Blues
09 - Rock-A-Bye Baby
10 - The Storm
11 - Ride the Train
12 - Gipsy Woman Blues
13 - Box Spring Boogie
14 - Desir'ee
15 - Father & Son

John Carey on Vocals, Harmonica
In the New Orleans scene, the John Creay Blues Summit was a weekly jam session at Vic’s on Tuesdays. On Wednesday night, the the John Creay Blues Party took place at the Hard Rock Cafe and featured some of the top names in Blues today. John then took the Summit to the Kentucky Theater of the Arts, where He performed with Grammy winner Chris Thomas King and Henry Butler to a SOLD OUT audience. Carey’s first New Orleans release, Hot For Louisana, featured his funky rhythmic harp playing with such notable backing musicians as George Porter Jr. (Meters), and the Memphis Horns. The tune “People You Love”, from Hot For Louisana, is also included on the Louisiana Red Hot Records compilation, Blues ~ The Language Of New Orleans. Blues Review Megagine said, “Like Dr. John, Carey splits his musical time between classic Crescent City boogie and contemporary funk-blues, often combining the two with good results. On his next release, New Orleans Blues Reunion, John was backed by the Carey Brothers (His Sons), Joe Krown on Keyboards and percussionist Big Chief Smiley Ricks (Dr. John). John released a Blues Duo CD called “Crossroads” with Taos New Mexico Blues legend Cullen Winter. John is currently splitting his time performing live music in South Florida, New Orleans and New Mexico.

Piano Bob on Piano
Piano Bob has won national awards , shared the stage with most of the prominent nationally known blues artist and has toured extensively in the past and present. In the early 90s, “Piano Bob & The Snowman” competed for and won the B.B King “Lucille” Award and were presented it at the W.C. Handy Blues Awards in Memphis Tennessee. Kenny Neal, Luther Alison,Keb Mo,Louisiana Red,Smokin” Joe Kubek,Big Bill Morganfield, John Gros and B.B King are just some of the many notable blues artist Piano Bob has jammed or played with. Bob’s current Band (Piano Bob’s 88s) contains some of South Florida’s finest musicians who are particularly qualified to orchestrate His musical styles. Make no mistake, His music is meant to be thoroughly enjoyed and partied to!

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