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Dutch's Basement Blues Band Has A New Vinyl Release.

Dutch's Basement Blues Band is a chart topping blues band in Pennsylvania. These ASCAP recording artists recorded their first CD in 2017 titled "In the Basement" on Uncle Wagon Records. The CD has eleven original songs a few of which have been number one songs on Reverbnation and continue to be aired on radio stations all over the US and abroad. Satchmo Scat has a catchy melody that sticks in people's minds. Written as homage to Louis Armstrong this song uses scat verses and Dutch's Armstrong-like voice in an effort to satisfy the many requests he receives constantly to sing Louis Armstrong songs. My Shoe's Untied was penned by Matt Roman about a bad day he had. It is requested and aired so much that a re-mixed version became the B side of the newly released vinyl record on the independent Uncle Wagon Records label. Their new single "Our Country Song" is the title song of this 7" vinyl record which is selling surprisingly well locally and gaining international popularity as it makes its way to radio stations around the world.
Dutchman (Daniel Diefenderfer) Is the front man for Dutch's Basement Blues Band covering vocals and harmonica. With over 20 yrs. of performance experience he has performed with Eddie C . Campbell, Kenny Blue Ray, Ann Rabson, and the list goes on. He has played stages in PA., NJ., NY., Fla., CA., Memphis TN., New Orleans, LA., Vancouver, Canada, Munich, Germany with his unique voice and performance style.
Roman (a.k.a. Matt Roman) The band's lead guitarist has performed in the US, UK, and Europe. He has studied jazz with Pat Martino and Tom Kozic, played bass for blues master Bobby Radcliff, and performed with Jon Popper (Blues Traveler) and Charles Fanbrough (Jazz Messengers.) He has opened for countless famous jazz, rock, and blues artists. Roman appears on 5 full length CD's and many compilations. He has done some background work in TV and movies and music scores for independent film.



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