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Daryll Düus sings the blues in the Casino

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Darryl Düus plays the harp through a telephone receiver. Photo by Richard AmeryIt’s been a while since I’ve heard Lethbridge bluesman Daryll Düus play, so had to check out his last set at Casino Lethbridge, March 2.


 He was as entertaining as always and was the consummate guitar playing showman. 

His last set included a variety of originals including ‘Boogie Woogie,’ as well as a couple brand new ones, plus hot covers of ‘Foxy Lady’ and  a soulful version of Joe Cocker’s ‘With A Little Help From My Friends.’

He did something a little different, by blowing som harp, except rhrough an old telephone receiver.

He was backed by Steve Harris on bass and Brady Valgardson on drums.

His step-son Justin joined them on stage for a number as  Düus blew some sweet harp.

— By Richard Amery, L.A. Beat Editor
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Last Updated ( Thursday, 03 January 2019 14:32 )  
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