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“A wonderful record, and blues fans will not be disappointed … D.L. Duncan’s new self-titled CD is well-written, well-played, and well-produced, making it his best record to date and a must-buy for fans of blues and Americana music.” —Rex Bartholomew, Blues Blast Magazine on D.L. Duncan
“One of the best bluesmen on the planet. … This set is full of blistering guitar work … He looks at life and how to cope thru the eyes of all of us, and that’s what makes him special.” —Sheryl and Don Crow, The Nashville Blues Society
Here’s five previews of songs off the D.L Duncan album:
And from the album I’m Not Made of Stone, here’s “20 Years of B.B. King,” a 2015 nominee for Blues Song of the Year.
I am happy to report we’ve been in the studio in Nashville & Lafayette for the last 2 weeks. We are making great progress on the upcoming Brian Langlinais album that I am producing. Its a Louisiana Soul album and we have a truly stellar cast of players behind Brian’s great vocals. I wrote some of the songs on the record specifically for Brian’s voice and I am really happy with what we have so far. The great Tony Daigle at the mixing board is our secret weapon of course. Look for the new album from Brian after the first of the year.
Back in Santa Fe after a great roadtrip with Magic Betty. We went to Flagstaff,AZ to play a gig with David Bromberg and then headed to Clarksdale,MS where Stan Street & I re-united to do a Duncan Street at The Hambone Gallery. Fine delta blues and lots of international blues lovers in the audience.
Next was Greenwood,MS and a brief acoustic set before the Elizabeth Billups book signing for her beautiful book ” Ireland: One Island, No Borders”. Had a chance to see the Tallahatchie Bridge made famous in the song “Ode To Billy Joe” and also Robert Johnson’s ( alleged) gravesite.
Then a rockin’ Friday Nite at Ground Zero Blues Club. Backed by my great Mississippi band ( John Allouise on bass, Josh McDowell ( drums) & Bill Perry Jr.( piano). we rocked the house all night and had a mighty fine time doing it.
A quick run to Nashville , where we took in a Jason Isbell show at The Ryman Auditorium, and then back in the ( so called) Tour Bus for the 1200 mile drive home.
D.L. Duncan will play an acoustic blues set of blues as the opening act for the Legendary David Bromberg on Sat. Oct 17th in Flagstaff AZ