J. D. Simo spins soulful psychedelic blues rock with an improvisational bent reminiscent of the Grateful Dead and Stevie Ray Vaughan. Though he's been performing in bands since his teenage years, the 28-year-old has begun to get national attention with his namesake group, Simo. They performed at Bonnaroo this year, have opened for veterans like Warren Haynes and put out their first, self-titled album in 2012.
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A traveling bluesman takes on the world
When Owen Campbells bluesy vocals cut loose on his CD, The Pilgrim, his smoky delivery serves up images of a veteran blues guitarist and singer, with a touch of The Bands Robbie Robertson mixed in.
Campbell defies easy categorization. Hes a slide guitarist, a songwriter, banjo player, blues singer, busker, and more. The sort of performer found in New Orleans blues joints, right?
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Troy, NY 12180
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