Low n Lonesome - Episode 177
Season 13
Date Recorded
May 7, 2013

Dates Aired on Exit 97.7
July 21, 2017 at 11:00 PM
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Low n Lonesome - Episode 177
Rob Adkins and Phil Drum are two fine Fingerstyle /Acoustic Blues guitar players and songwriters from Saratoga Springs, NY. As Low 'n Lonesome, they join forces and blend their talents to produce some of the finest old time Blues & Ragtime to be heard anywhere. They perform top-notch originals, as well as Blues-based versions of tunes from old school jazz, rock, folk, and country music, covering great artists from from Robert Johnson and Louis Armstrong to Hank Williams and Bob Dylan. Rob Adkins hails from Louisiana, and plays a mix of blues, roots and originals based on a lifelong interest in and pursuit of several genres. He has recorded, wrote, and performed extensively in North Carolina, Florida, and New York. He actually got his first stage experience at an amateur night at Cafe Lena's after having auditioned for Lena Spencer herself, a memory he treasures to this day. Phil Drum is an eclectic musician whose attention always comes back to the Blues. As co-founder and leader of the Saratoga Acoustic Blues Society, Phil has organized and performed in several shows featuring Acoustic Blues music, as well as concerts featuring such notable performers as Paul Geremia (2009). Phil has performed at venues throughout the Capital District, most notably Caffe Lena and the Dance Flurry, as well as shows featuring his Blues-Rock band, The Resonators. He in 2010 produced Old Blues, a highly praised CD of originals and old school Acoustic Blues, the title tune of which was featured in the online Nashville Review.


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