Tyrone Cotton and Ray Rizzo
Tyrone Cotton and Ray Rizzos brief bios.
Singer/songwriter Tyrone Cottons earliest musical influence was the raspy, inspirational voice of his grandfather, the Reverend Cleveland Roosevelt Williams. At a young age growing up in Louisville Kentucky, Cotton began playing guitar along to the sounds of popular rock and blues artists, influenced by Jerry Garcia, Jimi Hendrix, Buddy Guy, and Mississippi John Hurt, who intrigued Tyrone with his finger pickin and soft, wispy voice. Over time, Cotton developed a style of writing that blended soul, folk, blues, jazz, and rock n roll. Recognized for his stirring voice and lyrics, Cotton is a staple in the Louisville music scene, collaborating through the years with Steve Fergueson (NRBQ), Jim James, David Amram, Will Oldham, and Louisville Orchestra conductor Teddy Abrams. Tyrone has toured the United States and Japan, playing on bills with Leon Russell, Josh Ritter, Johnny Winter, Anais Mitchell, Dawn Landes, and Joe Russo's Almost Dead. www.tyronecotton.com
Ray Rizzo is a singer, writer, and multi-instrumentalist living in Brooklyn NY with roots in the music and arts community of Louisville KY. As a drummer he has recorded with Bob Weir, King Kong, Yo Yo Ma, Glen Hansard, David Pajo, Josh Ritter, Rhett Miller, Days Of The New, Danger Mouse and Sam Cohen. He has produced live shows of music and theatre in NYC and throughout the eastern United States under his name, Three Ring Bender, and Motherlodge. Rizzo has collaborated on stage works with Adam Rapp, Beau Willimon, Rachel Chavkin, and New York Shakespeare Festival (12th Night). His songwriting received a Drama Desk nomination for best music in a play and has been significant in numerous band projects he has fostered over the years. In late 2022 Ray will release his first solo recordings, working with producer/engineer Patrick Dillett (Paul Simon, Angélique Kidjo, Doveman, David Byrne).
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