Say Conway Twitty and Loretta had signed with Sun Records instead of MCA. Picture them playing “Feelins” at CBGB instead of the Opry. This powerhouse quartet of singer/songwriters and entertainers add up to a unit with decades of rockabilly pedigree longer than the train on one of the Appalachian wedding gowns Grey DeLisle wears onstage. Eddie Clendening has played stages from Broadway to Vegas, Tokyo to Moscow. Collectively this powerhouse band has worked with a sizeable chunk of the Country and Rock n Roll Halls of Fame.
Grammy-winning multi-hyphenate DeLisle adds her June to these Johnnies with explosive results, Jonny Bowler on upright bass and Jacob Woodside on guitar round out the pack. Those already familiar with the Blue Ribbon Boys will agree that DeLisle’s grit and glamour are an inspired addition to the family. Be sure to wear your dancing shoes, and a handkerchief might come in handy too, when she and Clendening blend their honeyed harmonies on one of their instant classic love-gone-wrong ballads.
Eddie Clendening and the Blue Ribbon Boys featuring Grey DeLisle are coming soon to a town near you!
With otherworldly whistling, adventures in language, kaleidoscopic guitar work and a voice like whipped cream, Atlanta-bred, LA-based singer-songwriter Adron (pronounced AY-drawn) seems to have absorbed and synthesized the history of global pop music into her own wholly unique oeuvre. She recentlyperformed with New York-based Latin art-electronic artist Helado Negro in Delicias, Mexico for a crowd of 15,000, and was featured by the acclaimed rare music curator Dust-to-Digital account. Now she’s hitting US tour routes while preparing the way for her next offering, an LP to be called The Trickster, conceptually centered around love, loss, psychedelics and wanderlust.