AND THE BLUES BLOODED
Jonas Tomalty had just turned eighteen when he made his recording
debut on the Preservation Blues Review. While developing his blues
side with The Blues Blooded he recorded with and fronted the band
Rubberman. Jonas recorded “Spoonful” with his Dad Rick
on harmonica for the Blues Review.
Teamed up with Preservation Music producer Dominic Romanelli on bass
and guitar virtuoso Corey Diabo and with some added material from
Joe Perry, Steve Tyler and Desmond Child, Jonas has embarked on a
solo career with his self titled debut CD under the DKDD or Deja music
label. They have just completed a US tour with Van Halen and are preparing
their next release.
Multi Juno award winner Lester Quitzau performed “ These Days”
from his album “A Big Love” for the Preservation Blues
Review. Lester has had several releases and has recently teamed up
with Bill Bourne and Madagascar Slim to form Tri/Continental.
Rob Lutes appeared on the Preservation Blues Review performing his
renditions of Doc Watson “ Deep River Blues”. Rob has
since released an independent debut CD titled “Gravity”
and followed it up with a second release “Middle Ground”.
Rob won the Kerrville New Folk Tennessee song writing award and continues
performing. He has become one of Canada’s finest songwriters.
Detroit blues legend Chicago Pete performed “It’s My Own
Fault” for the Preservation Blues Review. Pete, aka. Alford
Harrell passed away February 7th, 2001 at the age of seventy. Preservation
Music is extremely proud to have been associated with such a true
bluesman and gentleman.
Singer, drummer and all round entertainer contributed her song “Down
At The Quarter” from her CD “Be Close” to add a
little Cajun flair to the Preservation Blues Review. Maureen continues
to delight fans with her performances and can be reached at:
Angel provided Willie Dixon’s “Sweet Black Angel”
from her CD “Angel And The Bad Boys” for the Preservation
Blues Review. In addition she has released her live tribute to Janis
Joplin titled “Angel Sings Janis” in 1997. Angel has just
released “Free Here For You” under Universal Music.
OLD CHICAGO BLUES BAND
Chris Murphy and the boys put together “Cat Nap Later”
for the Preservation Blues Review. For more information on Chris and
other Speakeasy artists contact:
Blues guitarist Clifford Stevens performed two original songs for
the Preservation Blues Review, “Said The Wrong Thing”
and “Crying My Heart Out”.