“Guys like Peter Karp, James Taylor and Bob Dylan embody Americana Blues, and us English guys are inspired by it.” – Mick Taylor, The Rolling Stones
As a songwriter Karp first saw national attention when guitarist Mick Taylor of the Rolling Stones recorded and toured with Karp on his third release. This led to being signed to Blind Pig Records where he released Shadows and Cracks, cracking the top 10 on the Billboard and Blues charts. He continued to collaborate with the best in the business, including a seven year partnership with Canadian blues guitarist Sue Foley as the Karp-Foley Band before attending to his own band again, putting out two more solo albums in 2016 and 2017. Karp has been the recipient of many distinguished accolades throughout his career including top placement on the Blues charts with every one of his recent albums.