Cracker Blues

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Cracker Blues Discography Tracks

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CB001 Cracker Blues - Cracker Blues album art Cracker Blues Cracker Blues(CD, Album) Not On Label CB001 Brazil 2008 Sell This Version
CB 002 Cracker Blues - Entre O México E O Inferno album art Cracker Blues Entre O México E O Inferno(CD, Album) Not On Label CB 002 Brazil 2009 Sell This Version
CB 003 Cracker Blues - A Prata Do Carrasco album art Cracker Blues A Prata Do Carrasco(CD, Album) Not On Label CB 003 Brazil 2014 Sell This Version

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Neiort

Neiort

January 2, 2018
edited 8 months ago
Cracker Blues was formed in 2000, heavily influenced by Texas Blues, Southern Rock, and acoustic blues from the Mississippi Delta. In the early days, Cracker Blues performed a repertoire that included songs by Robert Johnson, ZZ Top, Allman Brothers, Jimi Hendrix, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Sonny Boy Willianson II, among others, and later included their own compositions in Brazilian Portuguese language.

The current line up includes:
Paulo Coruja - Harmonica and Vocal
Paulo Krüger - Bass
Larissa Di Nardo - Backing Vocals
Fernanda Tizano - Backing Vocals
Jeferson "Gaucho do Trovão" - Drums
Marcelo "Marceleza Bottleneck" Vera - Guitar and Dobro (guitar resonator)

"Entre o México e o Inferno", the band's first official album, was released in May 2009, with 11 songs in Blues, Rock and Country styles all in portuguese language. The highlight is the "Velha Tatuagem" (Old Tattoo) track, a song with great acceptance by the audiences in live concerts and over the internet. The album was produced by Edu Gomes, guitar player of Irmandade do Blues Band, and one of the most prominent producers in the brazilian national Blues market.

After nine years the band gained recognition in both Blues and Rock markets, successfully performing alongside with great musicians of both styles on traditional venues such as Bourbon Street Music Club, Centro Cultural São Paulo, Ibira Moto Point, Delta Blues Campinas, Café Piu-Piu, Ton Ton Jazz, Willi Willie, Estancia Alto da Serra, Blackmore Rock Bar, Orleans Pub - Bragança Paulista, Salão Duas Rodas SP, among many others.

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