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Luke Winslow-King

Luke Winslow-King

Blues / Jazz / Rock 'n Roll New Orleans, LA  US


Luke Winslow-King featuring Esther Rose // Moving On {Towards Better Days}



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    Great show in Turin. Amazing mood and songs!
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    ...tha's cool- love it !! greetz BF
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    Hi we added you to our favorites list, really amazing, new music, old sound
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    Listened to both your your tracks and really enjoyed, very retro,chill and love female vox. Will tweet your page today and have shared with friends ;)


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Manager: Powdered Sugar Presents

Bio: Luke Winslow-King (born March 12th 1983) is a guitarist, singer, composer, and lyricist known for his slide guitar work, and interest in pre-war blues and traditional jazz. Winslow-King's work consists of an eclectic mix, taking in delta-folk music, classical composition, ragtime, and rock and r...See Full Bio

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Twitter_icon_for_status: Luke Winslow-King has a show on 10/18/2014 at 08:00 PM @ Parish @ House ... in New Orleans, LA http://t.co/ApFmbrGem4 #concert


“Luke Winslow-King has an academic background that could fill pages of a resume: He studied music from several angles at several schools and under several accomplished musicians. Yet frankly, there’s such thing as too much education, a saturation point of knowledge that might overqualify a performer and inhibit from-the-heart creativity. Fortunately, Winslow-King is either talented enough or educated enough to make his “Old/New Baby” sound like off-the-cuff and effortless ragtime, a glorious deception. The New Orleans-based native of Michigan wrote or co-wrote all 15 compositions for the release, and though the arrangements sound like a timeless mélange of spirited Dixieland jazz with notes of folk, blues and classical music, there’s a modern sense to the lyrics (no hokum about riverboats, for example) as well as Winslow-King’s charisma-filled rasp.”

— Knoxville News Sentinel

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