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John Cee Stannard

Rank #11 UK UK Blues

50% of sales go to the charity Oxfam America.

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Sounds Like: Dr John - a bit - sometimes - so I am told - and, someone also mentioned Mike Cooper., Although I do not sound like him, some people say, my songs remind them of Hugh Laurie, CW Stoneking in review by Luc Meert

Bio: I have been a singer-songwriter for more than fifty years and during that time I have been privileged to work with lots of talented musicians.

Before releasing my first solo blues based album I was a founder member of the folk group Tudor Lodge and I have been playing in this group since the 19... See Full Bio

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Bus Depot Blues album...

Bus Depot Blues album Oct 2014


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John Cee Stannard has a show on 2014-11-01 at 20:00 @ The Cricketers in Badshot Lea Gu9 9 Lu http://www.reverbnation.com/q/590wyr #concert

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  • BadgerStatic (Artist) BadgerStatic
    Cool Work!
  • Janet Robin (Artist) Janet Robin
    Love JLS music.. reminds me of Dr. John but with even more feel! :) Keep rockin' it!!- Janet Robin
    Awesome tunes, great job! All the best from Orange Blues Band.
  • Blues Boy Kings (Artist) Blues Boy Kings
    Hi there nice laid back nwarleens sound. Please be sure to like and follow us back... Cheers!
  • bikerbob (Artist) bikerbob
    Nice work....all the best...bb.
  • MGlaziermusic (Artist) MGlaziermusic
    Wow really love it it sounds awesome
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Q: What are your main music influences?
A: Almost everyone I listen to becomes an influence. After half the album was written, I was given Hugh Laurie's first album. I then knew immediately how I should approach the recording. Not that this would sound like his in any way, but the variety of styles within the genre, the light and shade of the arrangements and the tracks, and the variations of instrumentations, were all aspects I knew I should emulate. So in terms of this album, Hugh Laurie was a great influence. My first blues album was about 1964 called Penitentiary Blues. Sonny Terry, Brownie McGee, Big Joe Williams and Lightning Hopkins. This was my introduction to the blues - and the best ever. It taught me about the feelings behind the blues. How raw acoustic blues should be, and that all forms of blues carry the essential genes that were carried in that record. It is still a favourite.

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