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Luke Winslow-King featuring Roberto Luti

“Seamlessly melds delta blues, gospel, and jazz themes with personal, simplified lyrics that speak to his personal and artistic evolution.”
– New York Times.

Originally from Cadillac, Michigan, Luke Winslow-King is a career rock & roll guitarist, singer, producer, songwriter. Having spent more than 15 years in New Orleans, and recording his 2008 album (Old/New Baby) at Preservation Hall, he was named ‘Best Blues Artist’ by Gambit Magazine. His 2018 hit, ‘I’m Glad Trouble Don’t Last Always’ is nearing 10 million streams on Spotify. He was named a voting member of the Grammy Recording Academy in 2022. Now living in Calatayud, Spain, he continues to pursue his global quest; delivering honest, powerful, rustic, and authentic peoples music by stage and recording alike.

Luke will be joined by Tuscan slide guitar maestro Roberto Luti. With his unorthodox, angular, and evocative slide guitar style, Luti made a name for himself during his nearly decade-long residency in New Orleans. He became an integral part of international recording project Playing For Change; laying the original tracks for songs which have accumulated over 100 million plays on YouTube collaborating with: Taj Mahal, Keb Mo, Buddy Guy, Keith Richards, Ringo Starr, Manu Chao, Toots and the Maytalls, and Dr. John.

Winslow-King’s eighth full-length album Flash-A-Magic is slated for release in May of 2024. It features: Rev. Charles Hodges (Al Green), Fat Possum recording artists The Sensational Barnes Brothers, and was mixed by Grammy Award winning engineer Collin DuPuis.

Luke’s prior album, If These Walls Could Talk (2022) was called “Americana pop gold” by Glide Magazine, and received 4.6 million streams in its first year.

“They’re one of the most professional, staunchly original, and true-to-their-core bands working today.”
— American Songwriter

“Steeped in the muddy Delta blues, but prickles with the raunch of a more Mid-Western take on the genre.”
— Consequence of Sound

“…he demonstrates a wide range of songwriting worthy of comparison to Jason Isbell and John Fullbright.”
— Austin Chronicle

Food & Bar: Our full food and drink menu will be available before and during the show.

 

Date: Sunday, May 26

Time: 7:00 pm

Doors Open: 6:00 pm