Debbie Burke

Jazz Author



Give Me Some Deep American Blues — From Brazil’s Own Tulio Augusto

Self-taught guitarist and harmonica player Tulio Augusto has a houseful of instruments, is defending his second master's and working on a Ph.D., and has composed something stunning, bluesy, Gershwin-like – indescribable, really – that shows he can climb right inside... Continue Reading →

Gliding Through the Frets with Dirk K

Dirk K has really nailed that mellow vibe. He gives a calm, easy beat cushioning the light hook of “Blu Sky” and lends a subtle flamenco flavor to the sexy “Lights Off” with sax player Jarez. His sound is outstanding,... Continue Reading →

Riffing Off Planet Mars

Guitarist, songwriter and TV composer B Christopher just released a CD inspired by the planet Mars called Four from the Sun. With a thesaurus-like wit, B (given name Brendan) has named each track for a different shade of red. From... Continue Reading →

Tapestry Through The Strings: An Interview with Dan Sistos

  From the memorable intro of only five notes, Dan Sistos’ recent release “Ventura Blvd.” lets you know right off just how chill his music can be. It provides a groove that isn’t just smooth. It’s smart, sweet and melodic.... Continue Reading →

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