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About Duke Robillard

Duke Robillard has been involved in almost every kind of blues-derived music since he first formed the seminal group Roomful of Blues in 1967. Pulling licks from a seemingly inexhaustible arsenal of blistering guitar riffs, Robillard has shown the same roots-reverent brilliance in everything from Rockabilly to slick city blues to his current fascination with swinging Jazz Blues. In the frequently over-glitzed and all too often generic world of whiteboy blues, this consummate guitar stylist stands out, garnering critical praise as well as a fervent legion of fans.

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Listen toDuke Robillardon Napster

Duke Robillard has been involved in almost every kind of blues-derived music since he first formed the seminal group Roomful of Blues in 1967. Pulling licks from a seemingly inexhaustible arsenal of blistering guitar riffs, Robillard has shown the same roots-reverent brilliance in everything from Rockabilly to slick city blues to his current fascination with swinging Jazz Blues. In the frequently over-glitzed and all too often generic world of whiteboy blues, this consummate guitar stylist stands out, garnering critical praise as well as a fervent legion of fans.

About Duke Robillard

Duke Robillard has been involved in almost every kind of blues-derived music since he first formed the seminal group Roomful of Blues in 1967. Pulling licks from a seemingly inexhaustible arsenal of blistering guitar riffs, Robillard has shown the same roots-reverent brilliance in everything from Rockabilly to slick city blues to his current fascination with swinging Jazz Blues. In the frequently over-glitzed and all too often generic world of whiteboy blues, this consummate guitar stylist stands out, garnering critical praise as well as a fervent legion of fans.

About Duke Robillard

Duke Robillard has been involved in almost every kind of blues-derived music since he first formed the seminal group Roomful of Blues in 1967. Pulling licks from a seemingly inexhaustible arsenal of blistering guitar riffs, Robillard has shown the same roots-reverent brilliance in everything from Rockabilly to slick city blues to his current fascination with swinging Jazz Blues. In the frequently over-glitzed and all too often generic world of whiteboy blues, this consummate guitar stylist stands out, garnering critical praise as well as a fervent legion of fans.