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Lucky Peterson
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Thursday 3rd August 2017
8:00 PM

£15.00 : £13.00 concessions

Standing

Venue:
Norwich Arts Centre


+ Soho Blues

 
“Well, what can I say, one of the absolute highlights of the festival!” – Tamsin Austin, Director of the Sage Gateshead’s Americana Festival
 
“If there’s a better night in Tyneside this year the shock to the system will likely precipitate musical paralysis.” – Steve T’s Sage Gatehead review on Bebopspokenhere Blogspot.
 
“Tonight, Lucky Peterson took Newcastle to church leaving the stage to rapturous applause. His performance is one of our highlights of this year’s SummerTyne Americana Festival.” – National Rock Review.
 
“A Great Artist!” and “The Don” – Mark Ede, BiGiAm PR

 
Lucky Peterson is the most dangerous triple threat working in the blues. He has gained a reputation as one of the most preeminent performers of the modern era. A searing lead guitarist, fantastic organist, and first-rate vocalist, Lucky’s many talents are truly mind-boggling.

 
Peterson is prime-rich in roots but performs in the present. But that’s just what one would expect from an artist with Peterson’s resumé; his career began when he was just a child. Growing up in Buffalo, NY, Peterson was exposed to music his whole life; his father owned The Governor’s Inn, one of the area’s most renowned blues clubs. Willie Dixon produced Peterson’s first record when he was but five years old, the R&B hit, “1-2-3-4.” This resulted in television appearances for the blues prodigy on such shows as The Tonight Show, The Ed Sullivan Show, and What’s My Line.
 
As a teenager he attended Buffalo Academy of Performing Arts before paying dues in the bands of Etta James and Otis Rush. One of the most versatile players working in the blues, Peterson has since performed with a long list of greats, including B.B. King and Albert Collins. His 1993 Verve debut I’m Ready announced the arrival of a new force in the blues, while his 1996 collaboration with the legendary Mavis Staples saw him displaying his gospel chops and influences. Peterson’s previous dates also include 1994’s Beyond Cool, 1996’s Lifetime, 1997’s Move (all on Verve), and 1999’s Lucky Peterson, his first for Blue Thumb Records.

 
In addition to establishing himself through these recordings, Peterson has made his name through his electrifying live performances, which are the attributes of a legend.

 

 
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