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Pale Moonlight Blues

Pale Moonlight Blues

Posted by on Sep 1, 2011 in News, Press, Reviews | No Comments

Part of Virginia native Chris Clarke’s development as a traditional and bluegrass artist involved exposure to master musicians in the genre while attending college in West Virginia and spending the early ‘90s living in a log cabin in the Blue Ridge Mountains while further absorbing musical knowledge and mentoring that he brought to California. For […]

Sing Out! Magazine

Sing Out! Magazine

Posted by on Jan 1, 2011 in Press, Reviews | No Comments

Currently taking a variety of San Diego’s hipper nightspots by storm with their delightfully unique arrangements of traditional jazz, blues and folk songs, the Dingbats are comprised of savvy and decidedly versatile guitarist David Bandrowski, the groups’ leader and producer of their debut CD, along with particularly dexterous acoustic bassist Doug Walker, and nimble, old […]

Nominated for a San Diego Music Award

Nominated for a San Diego Music Award

Posted by on Aug 24, 2010 in News, Press | No Comments

Best Blues Album, 2010 San Diego Music Foundation We are honored to be nominated for a 2010 San Diego Music Award for Best Blues Album from the San Diego Music Foundation. The album was recorded by Jeff Berkley at Berkley Sound, and has been getting good reviews. Drawing on influences such as Jelly Roll Morton, […]

Zapf Dingbats

Zapf Dingbats

Posted by on Jul 1, 2010 in Press, Reviews | No Comments

There are a lot of groups picking up on string jazz these days and there are a lot of groups with really weird names. This group combines the best of both worlds. With a bunch of hot acoustic pickers combined with a little computer experience with fonts (them’s words, folks), it all adds up to […]

New life into Musical Tradition

New life into Musical Tradition

Posted by on Apr 24, 2009 in News, Press | No Comments

Proving once again that April is a slow news month, I managed to make it on the cover of San Diego’s own Troubadour newspaper. Written by Allen Singer, the story paints a vivid picture of my quest to take over Nashvegas and eventual retirement to Branson. If nothing else, there’s a pic of my wife […]

 
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