Big Daddy Fox & The Krewe

Big Daddy Fox & The Krewe

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An Electrifying Virtuoso, Playing Guitar for 40 years Big Daddy Fox was Influenced by traditional blues & R&B Artists, 60's and 70's soul and funk, his live shows are not to be missed!

Biography

Deeply rooted in Gospel & Blues, Big Daddy has worked with The legendary Wille Banks, along with his own gospel band the Gospel Tornadoes. Big Daddy Has been performing his brand of music for the last forty years, and he Actually had a record rated on America Bandstand in 1976 (Sun Sun Sun) while playing in New York City with the band Jakki.

Big Daddy Fox's influences are 60's and 70's soul artists,blues masters like Buddy Guy, Hendrix and Slim Harpo along with contemporary R&B.

Big Daddy came out of a self imposed retirement in 1999 under the advice of the late Mississippi blues legend Willie Foster After Willie compared him to a young B B King Who appeared in Willie's Early Bands.

Big Daddy Fox Breathes new life into contemporary R&B, Blues and neo-soul, His live performances are a must see, as anyone who has attended one of Big Daddy's show will attest "Big Daddy Is Like A Walking Party"

And As Big City Blues Magazine Said: "Big Daddy Fox Rocks"

Discography

Singles:
Blues in the house
Fatty With Big Daddy
Bad Bad Feeling

LP's
Live At Idlewild
Big Daddy Fox Live

Set List

Big Daddy's Set list changes depending on the venue, sets are 75 minutes long, songs normaly are a little over five minutes, Covers include songs by, Al Green, Bobby Womack, Bobby Parker, Clarence Carter and more. Original Songs Include, Blues in the house, I Aint missing you, Bad bad feeling, Miss Fantastic Crave, Crack up the middle and many more.