Guitarist, vocalist, and songwriter Tabs Benoit makes his house close to New Orleans in Houma, Louisiana. Given birth to November 17, 1967, he’s among a small number of shiny rising celebrities on the present day blues scene. For some from the 1990s and in to the 2000s, he’s worked well each of his information the old-fashioned method, by taking part in anywhere and almost everywhere he and his music group can play. Unlike therefore numerous others before him, Benoit realizes that blues isn’t a moderate in favour with 50,000-watt industrial rock r / c, in order a result, he’s mixed each of his produces with as much shows as he is able to possibly play. Because the launch of his 1st recording for Justice, Benoit offers taken his make of Cajun-influenced blues all around the U.S., Canada, and European countries. Good and Warm, his debut recording for Houston-based Justice Information, prompted some critics to state he was occasionally similar to three blues electric guitar gods: Albert Ruler, Albert Collins, and Jimi Hendrix. Even though hard-working, humble guitarist scoffs at those evaluations, and doesn’t believe he appears like them (and doesn’t make an effort to appear to be them, either), Benoit doesn’t seem to be one who’s quickly led into playing rock and roll & roll rather than his down-home mixture of swamp blues and East Tx guitar-driven blues. Speak to Benoit at one of is own displays, and he’ll inform you of his wish to “stay the training course” rather than drinking water down his blues by playing items which could possibly be interpreted as “substitute” rock. Regardless of the screaming electric guitar licks he coaxes from his Telecaster and his effective songwriting and performing capabilities, Benoit’s laid-back, down-to-earth character off-stage may be the precise reverse of his concert events. Benoit’s releases consist of Good and Warm (1992), What I Live For (1994), Sitting on the lender (1995), and Live: Swampland Jam (1997), all documented for Vanguard. Benoit after that moved to the Telarc label for These Blues ARE Mine (1999), Whiskey Shop (2002, with Jimmy Thackery), Wetlands (2002), and THE OCEAN Saint Classes (2003). In 2004, Benoit released Whiskey Shop Live, documented with Thackery around the support tour for Whiskey Shop. Fever for the Bayou premiered around the Telarc label in 2005, annually that also also noticed Voice from the Wetlands turn out on Rykodisc. Another recording from Telarc, Sibling towards the Blues, made an appearance in 2006. Power of the Pontchartrain and Night time Teach to Nashville adopted in 2007 and 2008, respectively, while 2011 noticed the discharge of Medication, which presented seven tunes co-written by Benoit and Anders Osborne among its 11 songs. Considering that a lot of Benoit’s information possess surpassed the 50,000 tag, he appears well on his method to a career which could rival the type of popularity the past due Stevie Ray Vaughan loved in the past due ’80s.
|1||Inducted into the Louisiana Music Hall of Fame in 2010.|
|My Favorite Martian||1999||performer: "Blues Come Walkin' In" / writer: "Blues Come Walkin' In"|
|The Big Easy||TV Series performer - 1 episode, 1997 writer - 1 episode, 1997|
|Thinner||1996||performer: "Cross the Line"|
|Hollow Point||1996||writer: "Nice & Warm"|
|Carried Away||1996||performer: "SO HIGH" / writer: "SO HIGH"|
|Top Dog||1995||performer: "Bone Pickin'" / writer: "Bone Pickin'"|
|The Waiting Game||1999||performer: "Bone Pickin'" / writer: "Bone Pickin'"|
|Baywatch Nights||1995||TV Series||Guest Musical Artist|
|The Musical Mojo of Dr. John: A Celebration of Mac & His Music||2016||TV Movie||Himself|
|The Big Uneasy||2010||Documentary||Himself|
|New Orleans Story||2008||Documentary||Himself|
|Hurricane on the Bayou||2006||Documentary||Himself|
|Tension & Release||2003||Documentary||Tab Benoit|
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