George Kilby Jr. / Press

“Alabama-born George Kilby, Jr. has been playing what he refers to as “rough-cut American music” for some thirty years, mainly in a burgeoning scene in New York City that encompasses and encourages everything from roots to rock to Delta blues. And, with the help of a few special guests, George utilizes that eclectic background to release his six-song EP, aptly-titled “Six Pack,” in which listeners will find songs that are borne of all his influences. His long-time band, The Road Dogs, also add the sonic depth to this set, and include Neil Thomas on accordion and keys, Arturo Baguer on bass, and Eric Halvorson on drums.”

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““I’ve known George Kilby a long time. He was Americana before they invented the term! George’s long and great association with Pinetop Perkins, coupled with his huge catalog of original tunes makes him a living link to pre-rock ‘n’ roll America – all the while looking forward to what American music can really be.””

““The music of George Kilby Jr. & the Road Dogs is a melding of good old-fashioned country, blues, r&b, rockabilly and whatever else it takes to get the job done… it got my undivided attention and highest recommendation.””

““Kilby and Rodriguez-Seeger took turns at the microphone for the majority of the evening, showcasing their own work in a playful session of sharing…. Kilby enjoyed toying with us, moving from old fashioned rock and roll to a little bit of country and blues.””

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