Gina Coleman, Jason Webster, Bill Patriquin, Jeff Dudziak, Benny Kohn, and Rob Tatten
Sounds Like: Shemeka Copeland, Koko Taylor, Debbie Davies, Big Mama Thornton, Bessie Smith
Bio: Band founder and lead singer, Gina Coleman, entered the music scene in the early 90’s as the lead singer of the folk/rock group Cole-Connection. It wasn’t until 1999 when she played a gospel singer in the Williamstown Theatre Festival production of A Raisin In The Sun that she was steered down th...See Full Bio
Take This Hammer is another track from the latest Misty Blues CD, With All Due Respect.
“By day she works in the admissions office and as the coach of the women’s rugby team at Williams College. But at night, Gina Coleman goes into a phone booth, changes her outfit, and comes out as a blues singer in the tradition of classic blues divas like Big Mama Thornton, Dinah Washington, and Georgia White. For the last three years, Coleman has been the lead singer of Misty Blues, which celebrates the release of its first CD, "Electric Juke Joint." Coleman is an expressive vocalist with a big low end and colorful upper register. But this isn’t just a singer’s album. Working with Coleman, a Williams alumna, are some of the Berkshires’ finest musicians, including guitarist/vocalist Jason Webster, bassist/vocalist Bill Patriquin, drummer Mike Basiliere, harmonica player Matthew Swanson and guitarist Jeff Dudziak. Together the sextet, which performs two or three times a month in North County, is a powerful, versatile ensemble, with Webster and Swanson particular standouts. ”
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