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Long Tall Deb & Jason Ricci

October 13 @ 8:00 pm

18.$

Long Tall Deb and Colin John combine a genre-bending and refreshingly original new sound on their new VizzTone EP “Streets of Mumbai”. The richly-textured sound incorporates world influence with a soul-blues base picked up on their travels throughout India, Hawaii and the American South.

The richly-textured layers on “Streets of Mumbai” incorporate world influence with a soul-blues base picked up on their travels throughout India, Nepal, Hawaii and the American South. The EP has climbed high on Blues, Americana and Jam Band charts, a testament to its crossover appeal.
Their profound chemistry translates into live performances that are simultaneously engaging and incendiary as they connect with each other and audiences around the world in a positive, uplifting and inspiring way. Clearly, they love what they do and love the audiences for whom they entertain.
The pair have opened theater shows for BB King and Robert Cray, and played to standing ovations for enthusiastic club and festival audiences in India, Nepal, and across the United States, Canada and Europe.

Jason Ricci is well known for having one of the most exciting, energetic and unpredictable live shows on the circuit. His live performances are sweaty, sexual, intense and creative events. Ricci has been actively touring the Blues circuit in the USA and Europe for over twenty years. In 2005 The Mercury News listed Jason Ricci’s show in a “Top Ten Best Shows” of 2005 list alongside acts such as Springsteen, Rush, Prince and Green Day for best concerts of the year. Jason’s shows feature a variety of music from Blues, Punk, Jazz, R&B, and Fusion. He s just as likely to cover music by Little Walter, Otis Rush, Sonny Boy Williamson and Slim Harpo as he is The Misfits, Sun Ra, Lou Reed or Cheech and Chong. Ricci is an edgy performer, singer, songwriter and interview. Jason’s career has been ripe with discussion, controversy and appreciation alike. He was/is the first and only male Blues performer in history to admit, interview, discuss and own the fact that he is openly gay/bi-sexual or “queer” as he call’s it. His song “Broken Toy” is a a testament to those struggles and a favorite amongst his audiences straight, gay and otherwise.

Details

Date:
October 13
Time:
8:00 pm
Cost:
18.$

Venue

Darwin’s Burgers & Blues
234 Hilderbrand Dr
Sandy Springs, GA 30328 United States
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