Blair is known for his "maverick pop," a mix of old school soul, psychedelia, punk/new wave, and melodicism breathed by classical, gospel, jazz, and world beat. Goldmine Magazine said his music is “pop music with a conscience." Urban humor, romantic abstraction, and bittersweet spirituality are images in Blair’s lyrics.
Blair said, “Here's my job description: Play songs that feed the soul and play them with passion. I hope to pass some of that to the audience.” He was called “a white James Brown” by Brown’s legendary drummer, Clyde Stubblefield. Earcandy.com called him “a delightful entertainer.”
Blair has worked a variety of artists, most notably with Davy Jones of The Monkees.
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