Sounds Like: Dr John - a bit - sometimes - so I am told - and, someone also mentioned Mike Cooper., Although I do not sound like him, some people say, my songs remind them of Hugh Laurie, CW Stoneking in review by Luc Meert
Bio: I have been a singer-songwriter for more than fifty years and during that time I have been privileged to work with lots of talented musicians.
Before releasing my first solo blues based album I was a founder member of the folk group Tudor Lodge and I have been playing in this group since the 19...See Full Bio
“Except for the very well-known classic That’s Alright by Arthur Crudup... the twelve tracks which comprise Bus Depot Blues all have the original imprint of John Cee Stannard. And it is without doubt the best compliment that you can make to this seasoned English musician, who makes the repertoire credible and faithful to his sources of inspiration, the country blues of yesteryear. He is devoted to the language of the country blues genre but without giving up a jazzy sophistication. Stannard presents his blues trio, called Blue Horizon, featuring Howard Birchmore on the harmonica and accompanied by Mike Baker on the guitar. They have fun singing the porch blues in Bus Depot and old resonator guitars in Lady Luck and indulging in a retro style in I‘ll Take Care of Mine. The formula is simple and true to the essence of the material ...and brings home a truly enjoyable experience from days gone by.”