27
Mar
22

DUKE ROBILLARD BAND-THEY CALLED IT RHYTHM & BLUES-REVIEW BY JOHN EMMS

-“The Real Thing Accept No Substitute”

When you have great musicianship and friends chances are when you make an album it will come out joyous

They Called It Rhythm & Blues by The Duke Robillard Band is the real R & B, an album with heaping amounts of special sauce

Check out No Good Lover Featuring Sue Foley, the brash exciting Tell Me Why featuring Kim Wilson and Sugar Ray Norcia blowing hard on Rambler Blues.

Turn it Up I dare you!!!!

You can be professional and Duke and the gang are but when the pros have fun look out.

Chris Cote the band’s vocalist sings the hell out of The Way You Do, In The Wee Wee Hours and Here I’m Is

If that isn’t enough how about John Hammond singing Howlin’ Wolf’s No Place To Go…WOW WOW

Duke’s band is hotter than hell and this is the real thing accept no substitute

JOHN EMMS is a veteran music journalist, POST MEDIA contributor, musician and Juno Awards Judge

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JOHN EMMS is a Veteran music journalist, Musician, Post Media Contributor, Juno Awards Judge and former radio and tv host


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