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Relive the 70s and the 80s at Dan Howls' Blues and Rock show at Piano Man Jazz Club, Delhi
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Relive the 70s and the 80s at Dan Howls' Blues and Rock show at Piano Man Jazz Club, Delhi

Blues rock lovers can not miss this show!

Rishabh Pachory

Rishabh Pachory

The minute you listen to a soothing blues progression, you're transported into an unknown world, a world flush with the feelings of the artiste and the meaning behind the song. A rock progression on the other hand makes you feel your own emotions, unearthed from the depths of yourself. There are very few things that can actually compare with such feelings, so if you are looking for something that incorporates blues and rock into one, then we've got a show for you.

Head over to Dan Howls' show featuring Aditya Dutta, Arunava Shonai Chatterjee and Sonic Shori to experience a wild fusion of blues and rock and roll, Clapton style.

Relive the 70s and the 80s at Dan Howls' Blues and Rock show at Piano Man Jazz Club, Delhi

For fans of classic rock and roll or blues rock or just music that came out in the 70s to 90s, this is one unmissable show. The highlight of the show, Dan Howls, is a skilled guitarist and his style is heavily influenced by the legends Black Keys, Screamin Jay, Tom Waits and hints of Hendrix (obviously), Clapton and Page peppered here and there. His mastery with the guitar knows no bounds and his playing will make you feel what you didn't even know was possible.

His style, though mostly rooted in Dark Blues and Rock, is soothing and is a pure treat for the ears, there's really no other way to put it. He's garnered a huge fan following in his own country, Australia, and has sold a respectable number of copies of his first EP.

In Delhi, he'll perform with equally skilled musicians such as Aditya Dutta, Arunava Shonai Chatterjee and Sonic Shori. Their own knowledge of the blues and rock and roll make them perfect for backing a performer of equal skill. We're really excited to see how they use their imagination to add new dimensions to Howls' songs.

Well, folks, we know what we're doing on August 16, 2019. If you're planning to visit the show, be sure to book your tickets because they sure are selling out fast.