'Blues De Ville' is the new album of the Vorih Blues Band,
led by bassist, singer and composer Dubravko Vorih who is also the
author of all texts and music on the album.
The album contains 12 original compositions in English and is dedicated
to 'Zaprudanska blues school' from which Vorih came. Even the front
picture on the album is a homage to the pioneers of blues, and as Vorih
calls them, his first idols. Although this is the first album of the
Vorih Blues Band, D. Vorih had already many musical projects. With the
band 'New Tribe' he released a few albums - "Mr. Clean", "Catwalk" and
last year released the album "Two Faces of Jazz and Soul"; Dubravko
Vorih Quintet also published the CD "Live Sax", and due to that, he is
now a permanent member of Prljavo kazalite (The Dirty Theatre).
With Vorih as bassist and vocalist, Vorih Blues Band consists of Jurica
Leikauff, piano, also a member of The Dirty Theatre, guitarist John
Veljaca, whose musical roots come from the 'delta blues' style that has
the most influence on Vorih Blues Band, as are
Muddy Waters and
Johnny Winter, drummer Mark Rabatic,
who played on the album, replaced in the band by Draen Scholz, Vorih
longtime friend and associate.
This line-up of Voris Blues Band won the 2nd Croatian Blues Challenge.
~English translatMontréal's Blues Delight has truly earned its name,
delighting blues fans since its inception in 2003. Fronted by Vincent
Beaulne on guitar, the group's core members include Marco Desgagnés
(bass), Gilles Schetagne (drums), Laurent Trudel (guitar, harmonica) and
Dave Turner (saxophone). With each member a veteran of the Montréal
blues scene in their own right, Blues Delight has collaborated with some
other legendary blues locals such as Nanette Workman and Bob Walsh. The
band released its debut album Rock Island Line in 2006, followed by Open
All Night, in 2009.ion provided by muddy.