Why See Robert Cray Band?
THE BLUES HALL OF FAME INDUCTEE CONTINUES TO TOUR HIS 2015 LIVE ALBUM
A former opening act for Eric Clapton, Cray has played alongside John Lee Hooker and now has a pair of Fender Stratocaster guitars named after him. He has released a number of albums that have reached the top of the Billboard Blues chart, and in 2011 was inducted into the Blues Hall of Fame for his achievements. In 2015 he released a double CD and video package called "4 Nights of 40 Years Live", celebrating the best of his music over his long career, and 2017 sees him continue touring to support.
The first CD comprises fresh and newer live recordings from four nights recently recorded at venues throughout the Los Angeles area. For this tour, he will be joined by current band - longtime bassist, collaborator and friend Richard Cousins, keyboardist Dover Weinberg and drummer Les Falconer
Performance date: 2 June 2017
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