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Album Review

The follow-up album to Bogart's debut effort is chock full of the kind of wonderful cross-breeding of styles this artist brings to her work. "Don't Know a Thing About Love" is a slice of low-down funk 'n' nasty while the kickoff track, "Tell Me," rocks as hard as anything on the album. Of course, Deanna's specialty — the piano boogie — is represented nicely by the tracks "Eclectic Boogie" and "Backstage Boogie."


Born: 1960 in Detroit, MI

Genre: Blues

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Drawing on a variety of musical sources ranging from boogie-woogie to New Orleans R&B to swing to rock & roll, singer and barrelhouse pianist Deanna Bogart emerged as one of the most eclectic performers in contemporary blues. Born in Detroit in 1960, she cut her teeth on the Maryland blues circuit, developing a crowd-pleasing style that often found her leaping up from her piano bench to chat with the audience; clad in her trademark black fedora, Bogart was also known to blow a mean tenor saxophone....
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