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Big Daddy 'O' - Best Of Big Daddy 'O' (2012)

27-12-2014, 16:31
Music | Blues | Country | Rock

Big Daddy 'O' - Best Of Big Daddy 'O' (2012)

Artist: Big Daddy 'O'
Title Of Album: Best Of Big Daddy 'O'
Year Of Release: 2012
Label: Rabadash Records
Genre: Blues, Louisiana Blues
Format: Mp3
Quality: 320 kbps
Total Time: 62:34 Min
Total Size: 152 Mb


1. Heavenly Joy
2. That's How Strong My Love Is
3. Sportin' Life
4. St. Louis Blues
5. Built For Comfort
6. Down Here
7. A Song For You
8. Attitude
9. Key To The Highway
10. Life Is Hard
11. Feels Like Rain
12. Better Off With The Blues
13. Soul Fixin' Man
14. Stormy Weather
15. Sixteen Tons
16. Crossroads
17. Angel

At 6’ 6 “ Big Daddy 'O' is an engaging presence on Stage. His large frame supports an even larger voice thatby Susan Poag / The Times-Picayune pulsates from a powerful shout down to a beautiful whisper. For more than thirty years Big Daddy ‘O’ has been playing in roadhouses and bars in the delta area near the Louisiana/Mississippi border. Rabadash Records "discovered" Big Daddy 'O' playing at Betty’s Bar in Amite, Louisiana at the turn of the century. Now a decade and 3 critically acclaimed CD’s later Big Daddy ‘O’ is finally reaching a national audience. His approach to performing songs makes each song sound like his own, and everyone who has the pleasure of hearing him loves his big beautiful voice and good-natured presentation. He performs as a solo with his acoustic guitar custom made for him by guitar Luthier, Scott Quiroz in San Diego, or with a full hard hitting Blues Band demonstrating his considerable blues chops on his 1969 Les Paul Deluxe.

The last decade has seen Big Daddy 'O' perform from Hawaii to Florida, Seattle to New Hampshire on Large stages and intimate clubs, he is universally loved by his audience wherever he plays. Airplay on over 300 radio stations around the world, including nationally syndicated shows. Big Daddy ‘O’ has been featured on Dan Aykroyd’s House of Blues Radio Network Reaching # 4 above Eric Clapton on that network for the Year 2008. He has achieved "pics to click" for three separate cuts on XM Bluesville Radio, Which is broadcast via satellite all over North America. Of course he’s a mainstay on WWOZ in New Orleans, Louisiana where he got his start singing as a child in his family's barbershop quartet. At the age of 19 he became a street musician in the French Quarter, singing and playing guitar, and stealing licks where ever he could. He tried a year at LSUNO- enjoying only music classes & concerts he decided not to stay but that's where he met his wife Gretchen. They spent 8 years traveling in Arkansas & Texas with the band, The Borderline Boogie Blues Band Baby. Finally, ready for their own home, they moved out to the country to raise their family. His music has matured in the roadhouses and bars of Louisiana and Mississippi, establishing a strong fan base through his powerful rapport with each listener.

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