Friday, April 12
Dr. Levine & the Dreaded Blues Lady
Dr. Levine and The Dreaded Blues Lady is comprised of Lorie Strother on vocals and Stephen Levine on guitar. This energetic duo performs a diverse selection of acoustic blues music styles primarily from the 1920s and 1930s, with a sprinkling of contemporary blues.
Lorie Strother can't remember a time when she wasn't singing, but she does remember when she decided she would be a performer. It was when she received her first standing ovation after singing at a school PTA function when she was nine years old. Strother has been performing and recording her interpretation of acoustic blues since the early 1990s.
Stephen Levine is a historian at the University of Virginia who studies and teaches about the evolution and cultural significance of blues music. Levine started playing the guitar when he was eleven years old, focusing primarily on folk and classic rock. Levine's blues influences include artists such as Charley Patton, Son House, John Hurt, and Robert Johnson.
Listen and learn more at www.dreadedblues.com.
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