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About Big Blu Soul Revue
Big Blu Soul Revue brings the soul of San Francisco to their music. Sharing an extreme passion for the sounds of 1960s and 70s soul, funk and R&B, the band mixes in their fresh and infectious dance grooves to give their audience a high-energy live show. The band’s latest album release is the highly-acclaimed Tongue & Groovin’, which features the single “Twenty-Five Miles,” a remake of the classic Motown hit by Edwin Starr.
The band was formed in 2012 by Bay Area guitarist/vocalist Jason Movrich (The Mission Players, Jason Movrich & Friends). Movrich recruited a group of top-notch musicians―Featuring vocalist Lydia Walker, who has a soulful voice reminiscent of Aretha Franklin and Etta James; Boston native John Bartlett on bass; southern California native Blake Ritterman on drums; and multi-saxophonists Hermann Lara and Brian Lassiter.
The band’s music is strongly influenced by the classic sounds of Motown, Stax, Daptones and Blue Note Records but with a fresh and original spin. “Our ultimate goal is to connect with our audience, get you to feel the groove that makes you want to dance,” says Movrich.
Recent performances have been strong, with enthusiastic audiences. Recently performing at famed Bay Area venues such as Yoshi’s, Sweetwater Music Hall, Boom Boom Room, Brick & Mortar Music Hall, Elbo Room, deYoung Museum, Ashkenaz, Lagunitas Taproom, as well festivals like For the Funk of It (Belden, CA), Gilroy Garlic Festival (Gilroy, CA), Bay Area Blues Festival (Martinez, CA), Music on the Beach (Lake Tahoe) and many more. The band has also recently shared stages and co-bills with Fred Wesley, Glen David Andrews, Jelly Bread, and many more great artists.
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