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Jo Harman, Dave Fields & NEW MUSIC - Omar Dykes On The Couch

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Jo Harman’s evocative voice, and exciting stagecraft, has seen her dubbed one of the most compelling singers of her generation.

From initial attention grabbing performances at The Great Escape Festival and headlining prestigious London clubs like the acclaimed 606 and award winning Hideaway, Jo and her top class band have been making waves on the 2012  festival, arts centre and prestigious music venue circuit.

Her latest, The 5 track EP Worthy Of Love contains both full and acoustic versions of the title track and "Sweet Man Moses" which garnered a British Blues Award Nomination.

I spoke with Jo about her career and her next steps.

Dave Fields is an Electrifying Rocker with a Blues Soul.

He has been stunning audiences on The Legendary Blues Cruises, various venues throughout the East Coast, as well as Norway & Moscow.

His latest, Detonation, debuted at #8 on the RMR Blues Top 50.

On May 20th, Dave was inducted into the NY chapter of the Blues Hall of Fame.

I will speak with Dave about his music and philosophy on the blues as we listen to the wonderful Detonation.

Then Omar Kent Dykes returns with new music!

The album is Too Much is not enough, another Jimmy Reed collection featuring Omar Dykes’ good friend, Gary Primich.

The album drops on the 16th, and I am thrilled Omar is bringing it to us before it does!

The release includes Gary Clark, Jr., Jay Moeller (Fabulous Thunderbirds), Ronnie James (Jimmie Vaughan band), and Derek O’Brien. Also playing on several tracks are Barry Bihm on bass and drummer, Jon Hahn, who were the Howlers’ rhythm section at the time.

Dykes states that he knows he has already released a Jimmy Reed cd. He explains, “…..damn the torpedoes, Too Much is not enough is a completely different approach to Jimmy Reed.

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