on Jersey in the Channel Islands, close to the
coast of France. The Dirty Aces have been cooking
quite a storm with their filthy and tough harmonica and guitar led
blues. Winning new fans at every gig and converting many new music
lovers to blues fandom, the Dirty Aces always have the joint dancing by
the end of the night. Whether playing Jazz festivals, blues bars or
house parties the Dirty Aces convey to people the power and spirit of
unrestrained low down blues.
Still all under 30, The Dirty Aces play with an emotional power that
goes beyond their age. As harmonica great Sugar Blue
has said of their work " I dig you and what you do!!! Great harp and
guitar!!! You cats play like you mean it!! "
October 2007 will see the release of their debut EP "One
Good Reason". The Autumn will see the recording of their first
album. They will also be introducing themselves to the world by touring
off the island of Jersey very soon. So keep up to date with The Dirty
Aces by checking back and their myspace site and also their soon to be
PRAISE FOR THE DIRTY ACES:
I dig you and what you do!!! Great harp and guitar!!! You
cats play like you mean it!! Sugar Blue (Grammy Award Winner)
superb no-nonsense, gritty R&B. Giles Robson has a great
and urgent voice with an appealing cry at the end of certain words.
Filip Kozlowski lays down choppy and insistent guitar riffs, bringing to
mind The Hoax at their brilliant best.
Blues Matters (UK's award winning, most read blues magazine)
The Dirty Aces are so filthy that they probably curdle
the milk of the cows in their native Jersey....cuts like Dollar and a
Quarter suggest these boys have aces up their sleeves. Classic
Hurrah for The Dirty Aces!
Tom Robinson, BBC6 Music
...high energy....dirty, rough and ready Chicago
blues...the band have the style nailed... this is a band well worth
like blues, rock and plenty of originality, look no further than these
aces...... Raw and dirty sounds, ace delivery.... Robson happens to sing
like a blues hero of mine -- the late, great Rory Gallagher.
Alan Candy - Luton Today
....harmonica virtuoso.....one of the finest harmonica
Chicago blues, and it's played with a passion and
maturity which is way beyond their age.
Roots Time, Belgium
Definitely ones to watch!
Phil Jackson, Blues In The South
Blistering gob iron....scorching guitar...a band that
have found a solid groove. Time to get off the island and set mainland
Love it! Big rockin harp sound, tight band
underneath--I'd be dancing on the bar."
Leading composer and performer of music for the harmonica
and author of the world famous book "Jazz Harp"
blues played with controlled passion and perfection. The
Dirty Aces show that they can play,
they show they can write and they sure show they can feel the blues
Peter J Brown aka toxic pete (www.toxicpete.co.uk)