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Chasing the Devil

Tom Rigney

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Album Review

This disc starts off with a wonderful Cajun romp, and from there goes all over the musical map, from some of the cleanest, most sophisticated klezmer to bluegrass, etc.; each style played with flair, verve, expertise, and an energy that only comes from love of what you are doing. This is an all-instrumental disc; there are no token lyrics to distract, nor are there any messages to spend time contemplating. Tom Rigney (also a member of the Bay Area Sundogs) is not only the lead instrument, but also composed and arranged all the tunes, as well as producing this disc. It's an eclectic group of tunes, played by a wonderfully together group of musicians who take each tune to a fresh peak.

Biography

Genre: Blues

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Fiddler Tom Rigney has contributed more than a quarter-of-a-century to roots music in San Francisco. After graduating from Harvard with a Masters in fine arts, he went on to play the fiddle for a band named Back in the Saddle. That stint brought him a Bammie (Bay Area Music Award) in the early '80s, thanks to his performance on the group's first album. The band independently issued one of Rigney's compositions, "Time & Again," which became a regional hit. When Back in the Saddle folded, Rigney...
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