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Originally known as a hot blues harmonica player in his adopted home of Austin, Gary Primich has matured into an accomplished singer/songwriter who works in a variety of rootsy styles. Pulling together strains of '50s rockabilly, roadhouse electric blues, honky tonk country and New Orleans-style early rock & roll, Ridin the Darkhorse is unpretentious, blue-collar roots rock. Rather than being restrained by inappropriate attempts at "authenticity," Primich wisely considers all forms of music he likes to be grist for his mill, so the album features catchy pop-rockers like "Wig City" alongside the rockabilly rave-up "Daddy Let Me Hitch a Ride" and the pure blues "Pray for a Cloudy Day." The production is enjoyably plain, but not lo-fi or completely unadorned, and Primich is in fine voice throughout.


Born: 20 April 1958 in Chicago, IL

Genre: Blues

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

Don't let his intelligence, charm, and self-effacing manner fool you: Gary Primich was one bad-ass harmonica player. And he was more than competent guitar player, too. Primich was born April 20, 1958, in Chicago and raised in nearby Gary, IN. He learned harmonica from the masters at the Maxwell Street Market in nearby Chicago as a teen. By the early '80s, however, Primich became dissatisfied with the blues scene in Chicago, and in 1984, shortly after he earned his degree in radio and television...
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