b. William Boazman, Britain. Although separated by period and space through the roots from the blues, Dark’s function, both as performer so when songwriter, is very much indeed in the traditional tradition. A solid guitarist and vocalist, Dark led his Blues Music group until the middle-90s when area of the group broke aside to create the Mighty 45s. Dark’s new music group, the Dukes, quickly discovered favour with UK blues enthusiasts. He attracted essential acclaim for his second recording, 2001’s CORE, not just in the united kingdom, where Blues In Britain journal regarded as it to become the Recording Of THE ENTIRE YEAR, but also in america. Visitors of Blues In Britain also reacted favourably to Dark and in 2002 voted him Greatest UK Blues Guitarist. Also in the first 00s, Dark was voted Greatest Guitarist within the English Blues Connection Honours and received similar recognition in mags and on radio. Music artists who have performed in Dark’s bands over time consist of Daniel Smith (keyboards/vocals), Dino Coccia (saxophone/drums) and Alan Glen (harmonica). In Dark’s regular music group of the first 00s had been Bob Haddrell (keyboards), who also qualified prospects the Barcodes, George Pearson (bass/vocals) and Damon Sawyer (drums), with Lee Badau (saxophone) also producing appearances.
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