American bluesman Lucky Peterson, a master of the six string and the Hammond B3, died Sunday (May 17) at his home in Dallas.He was 55. Suscribe to the newsletter . Lucky Peterson @ Jazz à Vienne • 2009 Featured. Thomas de Pourquery . Ususally the audience is more than happy to hear and see Lucky performing live. Double Dealin, Verve 549 475–2. It was not different at 2014 edition of Jazz a Vienne, one of most important jazz/blues festivals in Europe. WASHINGTON -- American blues musician Lucky Peterson died suddenly Sunday at age 55 in Dallas, Texas. I Can't stand the rainBy Lucky Peterson By PC4TW Photo report Show PC4TW Festival Jazz à Vienne Spécial Blues http://www.pc4tw.org Lucky Peterson and the Organization | Burghausen Jazz Festival; Jazz; Edmar Castadena at the Festival International de Jazz de Montréal; ... Recording: July 13 2017 - Jazz à Vienne Director: Nicolas Micha Duration: 00:30 Would you like to see this program? Lucky Peterson @ Jazz à Vienne • 2009. If You Can't Fix It, JSP 5100 (avec James Peterson) CD 2007. Black Midnight Sun, Birdology 36643 (=Dreyfus Jazz 36643–2) CD 2004. Find out more . Most Watched Media Last 5 Minutes. Don't miss a thing in the festival or season. Subscribe now ! American Blues legend, the multi-instrumentalist Lucky Peterson, is one of the most riveting performers of the modern blues era. CD 2002. Lucky Peterson, a Bluesman Since He Was a Boy, Dies at 55 He cut a record at 5 and went on to a steady if somewhat under-the-radar career as a backing musician and solo artist. You may also like. Tête à tête, JSP 8805 … Jazz; Hindi Zahra et Fatoumata … Move, Verve/Gitanes Jazz 537 897–2. CD 2000. CD 1997. His live performance are always full of energy, always entertaining. Lucky Peterson @ Jazz à Vienne • 2009 1時間ありますので、ヒマな時に..... 私はギタープレイも好きだけど、ハモンド・オルガンでのプレイの方が好きです。 Lucky Peterson, Blue Thumb/Gitanes Jazz 547 433–2. contact@jazzavienne.com (+33) 04 74 … CD 1998. Magma . 21 rue des Célestes 38200 Vienne. Lucky Peterson is very expressive blues musician from Buffalo, New York. Judge Kenneth Peterson (December 13, 1964 – May 17, 2020), known professionally as Lucky Peterson, was an American musician who played contemporary blues, fusing soul, R&B, gospel and rock and roll.He played guitar and keyboards.Music journalist Tony Russell, in his book The Blues - From Robert Johnson to Robert … A searing lead guitarist, a rich and powerful organist, and a first-rate vocalist, Lucky’s musicianship effortlessly translates gospel, rock, and jazz into a 21st century blues. Jazz à Vienne. Details . Lucky Peterson .