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Grammy-Nominated Blues Singer, Guitarist, Keyboardist, and Organ Player
Lucky Peterson
One of the Most Riveting Performers of the Modern Blues Era
Monday, May 29, 2017 at 7:00PM

Arts Garage
94 NE 2nd Avenue
Delray Beach, FL 33444


The Grammy-nominated artist recently received a "Victory of Music" Jazz Life time Achievement Award in Paris, France. Peterson, a multi-instrumentalist, has garnered a reputation as one of the most riveting and meaningful performers of the modern blues era. A searing lead guitarist, a rich and thoughtful organist, and a first-rate blues vocalist, his musicianship effortlessly translates gospel, rock, and jazz into a 21st century blues presentation. He recently received a "Victory of Music" Jazz Life time Achievement Award in Paris, France.

A child prodigy, Lucky Peterson’s first record at five years old was produced by Willie Dixon, and included the R&B hit “1-2-3-4. This resulted in appearances on the Tonight Show, the Ed Sullivan Show, and What’s My Line?, and his debut recording Our Future: 5 Year Old Lucky Peterson.

He attended the prestigious Buffalo Academy of Performing Arts before joining the touring groups of Etta James and Otis Rush. He has since performed and recorded with the most illustrious names in Blues and Gospel including Albert Collins, B.B. King, B and Mavis Staples. It was Lucky Peterson’s electrifying live performances that cemented his reputation as a modern Blues maverick.

The Lucky Peterson Band features: Lucky Peterson (Guitar, Vocal & Organ), Tamara Peterson (Background Vocal) , Shawn Kellerman (Guitar), Timothy Waites (Bass) Raul Valdes (Drums)DVD at the 2013 Blues Music Awards.

His new album, "Tribute to Jimmy Smith”, is due to be released in May 2017.

"Searing and soul-stirring" - San Francisco Examiner.