Friday, October 2, 2015

Dan Jass, Sass and Flash - A Plethora of Delights on Studio 5

Local singer-songwriter Dan Jass kicked back in the studio on this crisp and final September night last Wednesday, while simultaneously kicking out old-school tunes from way back when. Laying down covers by essential bluesmen Howlin’ Wolf, Robert Johnson, and others, as well as a slew of originals, Jass delivered a healthy dose of down-home feel-goodness via hard-strummed guitar and raspy vocals. These heart-achy, bluesy numbers most likely put a nostalgic tear or three into the eyes of the Studio 5 crew, but this writer is quite sure that they won’t be admitting to it anytime soon. If that weren’t enough, his ultra-energetic, some-what eccentric dialogue is worthy of having its own bonus track on an upcoming album. If you are into interesting stuff, folks, give this man a try.

A link has been provided below to Dan Jass' Facebook page:


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-Article by Seth Hynes-Marquette

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