Sol Roots performs at The Room at Cedar Grove, Delaware on Sat Mar 23
On Saturday March 23, world class guitarist and vocalist Sol Roots brings a trio to perform at the intimate concert hall and supper club, The Room at Cedar Grove, which is located on Delaware's scenic coast.
Sol Roots performs an award-winning blend of New Orleans influenced funk, deep blues, heartfelt soul, and energetic rock. Known for his ferocious guitar skills and soulful vocals, Sol has toured around the world with many musical legends.
Sol has spent most of his life touring, recording, producing, and learning directly from roots and blues pioneers such as Beverly "Guitar" Watkins, Albert White, Robert Lee Coleman, Cool John Ferguson, Lee Gates, and more.
The Sol Roots Band have shared the stage with acts such as Jon Cleary, Soulive, Dumpstaphunk, Popa Chubby, Sonny Landreth, Eric Lindell, Roosevelt Collier, Cory Henry, Walter "Wolfman" Washington, Shemekia Copeland, Jackie Greene and many more.
Paying homage to the greats, and with a love of Universal Music as the guiding light, Sol steps out on a path with his own unique, powerful voice and a talented band of musicians.
Sol Roots is an official Home Grown Music Network artist and a "Next Generation" Music Maker Relief Foundation artist.
"Sol is a fierce guitarist and soulful singer" - Jambase
"Sol's vocalizing reminds me of Mose Allison... Van Morrison, and Mississippi hill country blues performers" - Big City Blues Magazine
"The Room at Cedar Grove presents the very best in music, food, and libations. With a focus on bringing national/ world-wide musicians and chefs together for an intimate night with dinner and concerts."
"The concert hall-supper club features top-shelf entertainment and an intimate atmosphere." - Cape Gazette
"Eclectic, pure music, and world class talent that will be donning the stage, which supports Paul Kares, which is a 501c3 nonprofit for the musical and culinary arts." - Delaware Scene
Other fantastic groups that have performed at The Room at Cedar Grove include Robert Randolph, Duane Betts, Deanna Bogart, Ron Holloway, and Paul Nelson.
Photo credit: Nick Moreland Photography
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