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Sounds Like: Pink Floyd, The Allman Brothers, Eric Clapton, The Jimi Hendrix Experience Official Page, Bruce Springsteen
"...JT Curtis' formidable fretwork recalls the likes of Clapton, Allman, and Page. [7th Sun] works hard to forge a heavy fusion of elements, all of it forged by Curtis' guitar, gutbucket vocals that has powered many a blues rock outfit..."
~Music Connection: February 2009~
Since he began playing...See Full Bio
“It’s not surprising J.T. Curtis went into music. After all, his very beginning — those nine gestational months — had his mom surrounded by the music of one of the originals of rock and roll, Otis Blackwell. There’s little doubt you have heard one of the more than 1,000 songs he wrote, a legacy that includes All Shook Up, Don’t Be Cruel, Return to Sender, Great Balls of Fire and Fever. Curtis’s mom sang with Blackwell, later moving on to work with another icon of the music industry, Ahmet Ertegun, one of the founders of Atlantic Records. Years later, a now-adult Curtis already well into his own musical career made a unique connection with another band credited with influencing rock and roll when he contacted the team behind the Let It Be tribute show during an early Broadway run... and found himself part of the original cast in 2013, gaining critical praise for his rendition of While My Guitar Gently Weeps.”