Anthony Geraci And The Boston Blues All-Stars
Anthony Geraci And The Boston Blues All-Stars are a group of musicians lead by pianist/organist/songwriter Anthony Geraci.
Anthony has a long History in the American Blues Community. He is an original member of Sugar Ray and the Bluetones and Ronnie Earl and the Broadcasters. He has recorded with both artists extensively. Anthony has been nominated for the prestigious Pinetop Perkins Piano Award the for last three years-2016/2017/2018/2019. His 2016 recording Fifty Shades Of Blues (Delta Groove) was nominated for Album, Traditional Album, and Song of the Year for the title track by the Blues Foundation/Blues Music Awards in Memphis, TN. Anthony's new recording, Why Did You Have To Go (Shining Stone) features many of todays leading Blues Artists including Sugaray Rayford, all the members of The Proven Ones, Ronnie Earl, Michelle "Evil Gal" Willson. It has received 6 Blues Music Award Nominations from the Blues Foundation-including: Album, Traditional Album, Song of the Year "Angelina, Angelina", Pinetop Perkins Piano Award, Traditional Male Blues Artist...and Band of the Year. Touring with Anthony in the Boston Blues All-Stars are: Dennis Brennan, Troy Gonyea, Michael Mudcat Ward and Jeff Armstrong.
Anthony has been featured on over 50 recordings with some of the biggest names in Blues Music. He has recorded with Blues pioneers Big Walter Horton, Carey Bell, Odetta, Big Jack Johnson, Charlie Musselwhite, Lazy Lester and John Brim. Contemporary Artists he has recorded with include Sugaray Rayford, Kim Wilson, Kenny Neal, Debbie Davies, Ronnie Earl, Welch/Ledbetter, Sugar Ray and the Bluetones and many more.
The Boston All-Stars are musicians associated with the great Boston Blues music scene - literally for decades! Musicians associated with the All-Stars include Michelle “Evil Gal” Willson, Brian Templeton, Toni Lynn Washington, Troy Gonyea, Michael Mudcat Ward, Per Hanson, Chris Ravelli and Sax Gordon.
Available for concert dates world wide. Email Anthony Geraci