This day (November 17, 1967), in Houma, Louisiana, is born Tab Benoit, an American blues guitarist, musician and singer
Wikipedia : This day (November 17, 1967), in Houma, Louisiana, is born Tab Benoit, an American blues guitarist, musician and singer
Official Site : He formed a trio in 1987 and began playing clubs in Baton Rouge and New Orleans. He began touring other parts of the south two years later and started touring more of the United States in 1991- and he continues to this day. Benoit landed a recording contract with the Texas-based Justice Records and released a series of well-received recordings, beginning in 1992 with Nice and Warm, an album that prompted comparisons to blues guitar heavyweights like Albert King, Albert Collins and even Jimi Hendrix
@allmusic : Guitarist, singer, and songwriter Tab Benoit makes his home near New Orleans in Houma, Louisiana. Born November 17, 1967, he’s one of a handful of bright rising stars on the modern blues scene.
@last.fm : Later in 2002, Benoit released Whiskey Store, a collaborative recording with fellow guitarist and Telarc labelmate Jimmy Thackery as well as harpist Charlie Musselwhite and Double Trouble—the two-man rhythm section of bassist Tommy Shannon and drummer Chris Layton that backed Stevie Ray Vaughan.
Audio : Nice and Warm . I Put a Spell on You . Medicine . Voodoo on the Bayou . Down in the Swamp . Jambalaya . Drownin’ on Dry Land . Sunrise . The Killing Floor . Crawfishin’ .
Video : Live in Dallas (2012) . JAMBALAYA (2011) . Sac-au-lait Fishing . Shelter Me (2010) . Shining Moon . Dirty Dishes (2006) .