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“I was barely done talking with the very personable Fox when Delta Sol Revival took the stage and began the shredding of the place. Wow. I was not prepared for the sounds that came out of this group. Sounding like Jonny Lang-meets-Santana, the band played a ten-song set that moved between salsa, blues, rock and shuffle. The entire band played well and engaged energetically with each other and their audience, but guitarist and Allman protégé Tyler Stokes was difficult to take your eye from.”
“He’s a 19-year old virtuoso from Springfield, Missouri, and the only reason he’s not out there playing to a thousand people a night is because he’s in college. So, we’re going to get him through college the next two years while we’re working on everything—the voice and the songs and the recordings. He’s very much under my wing, so I am looking forward to seeing his career blossom. He’s got a band called Delta Sol Revival. He’s great.”
“He’s young—early 20s—and he looks it. He was dressed like all of the other college kids there: blue jeans and a faded sweater. But he didn’t blend in. He never does; nobody else there could wear a smile the way that he does. It’s warm and genuine, and it makes you feel like he knows something about life that you don’t, and he does.”