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“Blues legend loves touring – when not tutoring PM's son Stouffville-bound Jack de Keyzer on the road 200 nights a year It was a Cliff Richard movie that got Jack de Keyzer hooked on music but it was King Biscuit Boy who became his mentor. The blues guitarist/singer/songwriter/producer plays the Lebovic Centre for Arts and Entertainment - Nineteen on the Park Feb. 8. If Mr. de Keyzer could only have one job description follow is name, it would be live performer. However, he equally loves songwriting because it is the exact opposite – solitary, takes hours, even days or years to complete and will last forever. Mr. de Keyzer got his first guitar at age 10 but it was so big it sat at the foot of his bed. He got an electric guitar when he moved from England to Canada with his family a little later. That is what he taught himself to play on. Mr. de Keyzer started writing songs at 16 as a “curiosity to see if I could do it”. .At 24, he took writing more seriously as he was no”
“Blues boss de Keyzer to wow LMC. Bookmark and Share Change text size for the story Print Report an error Need a New Year’s resolution? Schedule more time for the London Music Club in 2014. You can start with the club’s first show of the year, featuring multi-award-winning artist Jack de Keyzer. The British-born, Toronto-based bluesman has earned many awards over his three-decade career: He’s picked up seven Maple Blues Music Awards, a pair of Juno Awards, and the Great Canadian Blues Award, as chosen by CBC radio listeners. His latest work, Electric Love, has also been nominated for a 2013 Juno for Blues Recording of the Year. He’s been named Guitarist of the Year time and time again (even scoring a compliment from Bob Dylan: “If Jack de Keyzer was from Chicago, New York or LA, he’d be famous”) and is known for his singing, songwriting and producing too. When he’s up on stage, he’s often joined by David McMorrow (organ, piano), Alan”
"To The Beauty of You" a done right masterpiece of a Ballad.."
“ELECTRIC LOVE Jack De Keyzer has long been recognized as one of our most skilled and versatile bluesmen. He won a JUNO Award for his last album, The Corktown Sessions, and returns in top form on Electric Love. On this collection of new originals, he successfully evokes the classic blues-rock sound pioneered by the likes of Hendrix, Page and Clapton. Female backing vocals and Hendrixian guitar work makes the title track a highlight, and there's more fiery fretwork on "Mojo Woman." ”
““Electric Love…a rock blues album with nods to guitar influences Clapton, Hendrix and Page’… a disc of excellent new songs by a bluesman who should be considered their equal"”
“another de Keyzer classic that proves him to be a soul man with jazz-weaned fingers trapped, sweating and swinging, inside the body of a blues man”
“Dunnville swings with king of blues ”
“JACK DE KEYZER-THE CORKTOWN SESSIONS-CANADA’S BEST BLUESMAN ON A ROLL”
“When most people think of a "smooth guitarist" the name Carlos Santana usually pops up. When I think of a smooth guitarist, number one on my list is Canada's very own Jack de Keyzer.”
“Jack de Keyzer 3 Nominations 2010 Hamilton Music Awards”
“Coming Alive Didn't Kill Juno Hopes”