American Luke Winslow-King is a guitarist, singer, songwriter, and lyricist known for his spectacular mastery of the guitar, his interest in pre-World War II blues, and more traditional jazz.His style is an exquisite and eclectic mix of jazz, folk, classical, ragtime, soul, blues and vintage rhythm and blues. For years he has been tanning in small clubs in the French Quarter of New Orleans, shaping his personal sound.He arrives at Cajas de Música with Roberto Luti, a stratospheric guitarist from Livorno (Italy) who, at just nineteen years old, packed his bags to travel to New Orleans and fulfill his dream. He has accompanied renowned session musicians such as Anders Osborne, Keb .Mo., Niki LaRosa, Lynn Drury, or Lavadero Chaz. Important: limited capacity and COVID measures in force at the time of the celebration. Seated concert.
Let's say elegance, let's say exquisiteness, or let's just say ... Luke Winslow-King. The irruption, just over a decade ago, of this gentleman from northern Michigan, musically trained in the melting pot of cultures that New Orleans has always been, has meant a plus of class and distinction for rooted American musics. With a wide spectrum of influences that from Woody Guthrie to Béla Bartok and an unmistakable stamp when it comes to tackling music such as blues, country, folk or traditional jazz, our man has signed a collection of albums for the Bloodshot label that They are among the most precious treasures of American music of this century and whose last reference is the fantastic -and accentuated blues- 'Blue Mesa', published in 2018.