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Derek Davis Stays True To The Spirit Of The Blues

Derek Davis is back on the scene with a new album titled “Resonator Blues,” which features a passionate rendition of “Death Letter.” This is one of the most important songs in the delta blues vernacular, originally written by Son House, a legendary bluesman who first surfaced in the 1930s, as one of the most influential artists of all time. The song was recently covered by The White Stripes, who introduced it to the general pubic, giving it a garage rock makeover.

However, Derek Davis set out to stay true to the original spirit of this composition with his particular version channeling the fascinating dynamics of the original songs in order to create a retro-inspired sound. Derek shines for his gritty vocals and slide guitar playing, which feels intuitive and spontaneous. This release is a perfect example of what it means to keep great music alive, and pass on the legacy to a new generation of music fans.

Find out more about Derek Davis, and listen to “Resonator Blues” on the web: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H6JFM8yU4mY https://music.apple.com/us/album/death-letter-single/1472555642

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