You are using an outdated browser. Please upgrade your browser to improve your experience.
Roxy Perry has delivered highly acclaimed performances at clubs, concert halls, festivals throughout the U.S. and beyond for four decades. She has shared the bill with noted artists Rod Piazza, Shamekia Copeland, Leon Russell, Marcia Ball, John Mayall, Saphire, Hubert Sumlin, Gatemouth Brown, Koko Taylor, Taj Mahal, Popa Chubby, Derek Trucks, The Black Crowes, Susan Tedeschi, Duke Robillard, Larry McCray and many more. She has written and produced four highly acclaimed CDs of original music, “High Heel Blues” (Monad Records), “Roxy Perry, NY Blues Queen” (BluePerry Hill Records), “Back In Bluesville” (BluePerry Hill Records) and “In My Sweet Time” (BluePerry Hill Records). From an early age, Roxy studied the music of classic Blues and Jazz artists who collectively influenced what has become her signature vocal style and harp playing. Her original music offers a full pallet of Blues from all eras and styles, making it a favorite among deejays and a diverse range of listeners. Her powerful and expressive voice, harp playing, quick wit and performance skills have brought her to be labeled “the real deal” by Blues fans everywhere. Roxy can be heard on kconlineradio.com as programmer and host of her weekly blues radio program, New York Bluesbird. Roxy Perry is officially recognized and inducted as a Great Blues Musician from Westchester, New York in the Blues Hall of Fame. She is a recipient of The Westchester Arts Council’s prestigious Artist of the Year award.