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About Corky Siegel

Corky Siegel was one-half of Siegal-Schwall Band, a blues act whose career began in the mid-1960s. Siegel took care of the percussive end of things (in addition to harp and piano) while Jim Schwall handled the rest. Not a blistering act by any means, the Siegal-Schwall were known for their quiet, eclectic approach. Siegel's eclecticism continues today with his work with Chamber Blues, who attempt to fuse classical and blues music.

Listen toCorky Siegelon Rhapsody

Corky Siegel was one-half of Siegal-Schwall Band, a blues act whose career began in the mid-1960s. Siegel took care of the percussive end of things (in addition to harp and piano) while Jim Schwall handled the rest. Not a blistering act by any means, the Siegal-Schwall were known for their quiet, eclectic approach. Siegel's eclecticism continues today with his work with Chamber Blues, who attempt to fuse classical and blues music.

About Corky Siegel

Corky Siegel was one-half of Siegal-Schwall Band, a blues act whose career began in the mid-1960s. Siegel took care of the percussive end of things (in addition to harp and piano) while Jim Schwall handled the rest. Not a blistering act by any means, the Siegal-Schwall were known for their quiet, eclectic approach. Siegel's eclecticism continues today with his work with Chamber Blues, who attempt to fuse classical and blues music.

About Corky Siegel

Corky Siegel was one-half of Siegal-Schwall Band, a blues act whose career began in the mid-1960s. Siegel took care of the percussive end of things (in addition to harp and piano) while Jim Schwall handled the rest. Not a blistering act by any means, the Siegal-Schwall were known for their quiet, eclectic approach. Siegel's eclecticism continues today with his work with Chamber Blues, who attempt to fuse classical and blues music.