March 11, 7:30
Tickets $12 in advance $15 day of show. Dinner served at 6pm
Blues Musician Terry Robb returns to Di Luna's. Some musicians win awards. Then there are the very few who have awards named after them.
Terry Robb – hailed as a blues guitar virtuoso and one of the finest acoustic guitarists on the international scene – is one of those musicians. The Vancouver-born, Portland-based bluesman took home the Muddy Award for Best Acoustic Guitar so many times that the Cascade Blues Association finally broke down and attached his name to the trophy permanently.
Recognition for his artistry doesn't stop there. The Oregon Music Hall of Famer has been praised by The Blues Foundation, Rolling Stone, Acoustic Guitar magazine, Down Beat, Guitar Player, Vintage Guitar magazine, Living Blues, Oprah’s O Magazine and other leading critics, extolling his talents as a finger-picker, singer, songwriter, arranger and producer. His work is featured in Hollywood films, documentaries and biographies, such as Game of Thrones, The Horse Whisperer, and Dance of Death: The Life of John Fahey, American Guitarist.
He's toured the country with Buddy Guy, Steve Miller, Robin Trower, and John Fahey, appeared on Late Night with Conan O'Brien, dazzled the crowd at Portland Trail Blazers games, and collaborated with the Oregon Symphony. During his multi-decade run in the spotlight – one in which he's released fifteen acclaimed albums – he's shown himself to be a master of nearly every blues style and technique imaginable.