“Seamlessly melds delta blues, gospel, and jazz themes with personal, simplified lyrics that speak to his personal and artistic evolution.” — New York Times
Luke Winslow-King is a guitarist, singer, producer, and songwriter. Having spent more than 15 years in New Orleans, his work is an eclectic mix that combines Mississippi delta blues, folk music, traditional jazz, and roots rock & roll.
His songs blend contemporary ideas with styles from bygone eras, producing a sound that is rustic, urbane, elegant, and entirely his own.
Tuscan Slide Guitar Maestro Roberto Luti’s unorthodox, angular, and evocative slide guitar style is based on Mississippi and Chicago blues and is influenced by soul and African roots traditions. During his nearly decade-long residency in New Orleans, Luti became an integral part of international recording project Playing For Change (PFC). He also laid the original track for One Love, Higher Ground, and Gimme Shelter, which has accumulated over 100 million YouTube plays.
Luke Winslow King and Roberto Luti have toured extensively in North America and Europe, appearing on notable stages such as Austin City Limits, New Orleans JazzFest, Azkena Rock Festival (Spain), Tønder Festival Paradiso (Netherlands), Glastonbury (UK), Byron Bay Blues Fest (AUS), and countless more.
Recorded in Memphis, Tennessee, Winslow-King’s seventh full-length album If These Walls Could Talk is to be released May 2022 on Ghost River Records, featuring Roberto Luti, Rev. Charles Hodges (Al Green), Fat Possum recording artists The Sensational Barnes Brothers, and was produced by Dominc John Davis (Jack White). Like all of Winslow-King’s work, “If These Walls Could Talk” continues to propel rugged roots to the vanguard of modern artistic sensibility.
Daniel Lutz imagines a world in tune. A melodic missionary, he seeks to inspire a sense of old-world exploration and future wonder. Through song he is grasping for eternal truth that can be held in the palm of your soul. His music aims to reconcile opposing forces: the realm of towering dreams and primordial nightmares; what is exquisite and what is homely; and the timeless rifts between science, religion, and dueling political factions.
He draws inspiration from cult figures like Judee Sill, the works of English composer Ralph Vaughan Williams and the colonial fusion in Northern Sudanese music. His style of songwriting, which he coined Sidereal Blues, is reminiscent of many great artists but will mostly leave you with incomparable revelations.
..”I’m very much wowed and speechless by [his] performances..”—Damien Jurado
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