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Live At the Old Absinthe House Bar ... Saturday Night

Bryan Lee

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Album Review

From the beginning of the opening cut, "Think," and throughout the entire show on this live CD, blues guitarist and singer Bryan Lee puts on an explosive performance full of fire and passion. Lee talks enthusiastically to the audience, giving them the background to many of the songs before shouting out his vocals, but his intense guitar flights are the most impressive feature of the album. Lee welcomes his young friends and fellow guitarists Kenny Wayne Shepherd and Frank Marino as guests on a few numbers. If anything, their participation makes the music even more fiery. With the assistance of a fine backing group that includes both organist Mark Adams and John Banks on keyboards, this CD certainly does not lack in spirit, power, or intensity.

Biography

Born: 16 March 1945 in Two Rivers, WI

Genre: Blues

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Like so many other musicians in New Orleans, guitarist, singer and songwriter Bryan Lee came to the Crescent City from somewhere else. But he's been carefully honing and refining his craft in Crescent City bars for so many years now, he's considered a New Orleans institution. He's played at 25 of the prestigious New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festivals, and marked his 25th year at the spring time festival in 2009. Blind since the age...
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