2020 Blues Music Award Nominee Diane Blue is bringing her all-star band back to Beverly after they brought the house down last fall!
“A soulful voice, a powerful lyricist, with a harp full of passion.”
–New England Blues Review
“I have worked with a lot of great singers…Etta James, Irma Thomas… Diane Blue is one of the best singers in the world. She’s got so much soul…she blows me away.”
Ronnie Earl’s award-winning Lead Singer/Harmonica Player, Diane Blue returns to Beverly for an intimate evening of Blues & Soul with her all-star band featuring Dave Limina from the Broadcasters on Hammond B3/piano, Chris Vitarello from Bruce Katz band on guitar, Grammy-nominated Jesse Williams (Susan Tedeschi, Duke Robillard, Jay Geils, Al Kooper, and many others) and Chris Anzalone from Roomful of Blues on drums.
Boston’s very own Diane Blue is the newest member of Ronnie Earl & the Broadcasters, touring as lead singer with the legendary band. Ms. Blue is a soul-stirring vocalist, skillful harmonica player, and a crowd-pleasing entertainer. Ms. Blue and her band won the 2010 Massachusetts Blues Challenge, earning the honor of competing at the 2011 International Blues Challenge in Memphis, Tennessee. Diane has played harmonica and/or sung with guitarist extraordinaire Ronnie Earl, as well as international performers Luther Guitar Jr. Johnson (former sideman for Muddy Waters), and Irma Thomas (the Soul Queen of New Orleans), among others. Ms. Blue tours in the U.S. and abroad as a featured performer, in addition to her duties with the Broadcasters.