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Duke Robillard

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Michael John "Duke" Robillard (born October 4, 1948, Woonsocket, Rhode Island) is an American blues musician.After playing in various bands and working for the Guild Guitar Company, he co-founded the band Roomful of Blues with pianist Al Copley in 1967. He has also been a member of The Fabulous Thunderbirds which included Kim Wilson, replacing Jimmie Vaughan on guitar. Also experienced in jazz, swing, and rock and roll, aside from his preferred blues music, Robillard has been generally regarded as a guitar player keeping the blues style of T-Bone Walker.He has recorded with artists such as Jimmy Witherspoon, Snooky Prior, Jay McShann, Hal Singer, Pinetop Perkins, Joe Louis Walker, Todd Sharpville, Tom Waits and Bob Dylan. In the summer of 2006, Robillard accompanied Tom Waits on a tour of the Southern United States.

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Discography

  • Living With the Blues, 2002
  • Swing
  • Duke's Blues, 1994
  • Plays Blues: The Rounder Years
  • A Swingin Session with Duke Robillard, 2008
  • Temptation, 1994
  • Explorer
  • Duke`s Box, The Blues And More
  • Stretchin' Out Live
  • More Conversations in Swing Guitar, 2003
  • World Full of Blues, 2007
  • Exalted Lover, 2003
  • New Blues for Modern Man, 1999
  • Dangerous Place, 1997
  • Passport to the Blues, 2010
  • After Hours Swing Session, 1992
  • Guitar Groove A Rama
  • The Duke Meets the Earl, 2005
  • Blue Mood, 2004

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On Sep 6, 2012. 7:57pm
Dayz_off said

Awesome baritone ( I presume ) sax solo. I really want to hear it ( the sax solo only ) again!

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