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Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Ain't Nobody's Business - Danny "MudCat" Dudeck and Barry Richman


“Mudcat is a tremendous slide guitarist, and most of all, a God-gifted entertainer.” Tim Duffy

Born: Tybee Island, Georgia
Repertoire Summary: Electric Blues
Current Location: Atlanta, Georgia

Born in St. Paul on the banks of the Mississippi River and raised on Tybee Island, Georgia, Mudcat began engaging audiences while traveling and busking on the sidewalks and at fairs throughout the US. Mudcat has apprenticed under many American musical pioneers, including Frank Edwards, Cootie Stark, Cora Mae Bryant, Neal Pattman, Dickey Betts, and Taj Mahal.

Carrying a robust repertoire full of original creations and American treasures, he introduces audiences to a diverse array of Southern music, evident through his nine CD releases (including these MMRF releases: I’ll Be Young Once Too, Kickin’ Chicken & The Mess is On).

“Danny ‘Mudcat’ Dudeck is an internationally known gospel and bluesman. Mudcat continues the traditions of the early blues pioneers while adding his own Mudcat edge, resulting in one of Atlanta’s greatest treasures. He regularly performs his Bayou-baked chicken-party revues at Atlanta’s premier blues club, Northside Tavern.”

Here is an abbreviated list of the stellar players with whom Richman has already performed or recorded: The Allman Brothers, Gov’t Mule, Eric Clapton, Les Paul, Buddy Miles, John Lee Hooker, Mike Gordon & John Fishman (of Phish), Little Feat, Derek Trucks Band, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Shawn Lane, Col. Bruce Hampton and many more.
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