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Twisted South Radio welcomes 2 musical guests this week, both masters at the blues. The Patrick Dodd Trio from Memphis AND Oz Noy from Israel.
Spend enough time in Memphis and sooner than later, the blues will find a way into your soul. Born and raised in Memphis, Patrick Dodd has spent the majority of his musical career on the outskirts of the blues; embracing the traditional chord progressions and learning to channel the emotional experience into his songs. After a successful run with the Patrick Dodd Band in the mid 90's, Dodd left music to focus on his young family. Almost 10 years and a lifetime of difficult experiences later, he's returned to his roots and found his true voice in the shadow of the blues.
Oz Noy is a guitar player from Israel, who started his professional career at the age of 13 playing jazz, blues, pop and rock music. At age 16 he was already playing with leading Israeli musicians and performers, and at age 24 he was one of the most established studio guitar players in the country, and played on numerous records. He was also a member of the house band of Israel's top rated Television show for more than two years. New York based plectorist extraordinaire Oz Noy makes his Abstract Logix debut with “Twisted Blues”, his most eclectic album to date that displays his signature guitar sounds as well as for the first time showcases his profound love of blues, featuring Chris Layton and Reese Wynans of the legendary Steve Ray Vaughn Band, Will Lee, Anton Fig, John Medeski, Vinnie Colaiuta, Reese Wynans, Jerry Z, Eric Johnson, Allen Toussaint & Ralph MacDonald.
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