Pat Moss & Jook Joint Revival

Pat Moss & Jook Joint Revival

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Old school, DEEP blues, with a fresh interpretation. Infectious grooves with original and standards that make it hard for anyone to be still. Veteran musicians take every song dead serious to create an intensity that cannot be ignored. This band has a combined repertoire that can go for weeks. 2 tuf

Biography

Pat grew up in a musical family, in a musical community. After dancing with a little girl to a Jimmy Reed record, in 1961, he knew what he had to do and he's doing it. Mentored by the late D.C. Minner, he is carrying the North Texas/Oklahoma blues guitar sound forward. Pat recently completed an album ("Jook Joint Preacher) in Memphis, at the legendary Royal Studio, with members of the world renowned "Hi Rhythm Section". Nine originals that introduce the unlearned to the variety of sounds that comprise the Oklahoma Hill Country Blues.
Frank Swain (Sax) and Rudy Scott (Keys) are old veterans of the Ernie Fields Orchestra and both played in the Flash Terry Band. Both are inductees of the Oklahoma Blues Hall of Fame. Both are powerful and imaginative soloists and sidemen.
Ken "Tank" Jones (Bass) started out in Chicago in the 60s playing with the likes of Mike Bloomfield, Buddy Guy, and Junior Wells, before moving to Oklahoma and playing with Flash Terry and forming several bands of his own. A force of nature on the bass.
Tammy Ridgeway is a virtual human dynamo on the drums and is always ready to shake the rafters or put the baby to sleep, as the case may be.
Finally Pat's wife Julie Moss and Domenica Lovera sing backup on originals as well as many OV Wright covers and others. They put the sweetness in with their soulful vocals.

Discography

Jook Joint Preacher (CD Album)
label: Booteak
available on CD Baby, I Tunes , Rhapsody, Spotify, Amazon mp3
International radio airplay