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Doug MacLeod

About Doug MacLeod

For blues purists, Doug MacLeod is one of the more palatable contemporary artists. With primarily acoustic arrangements and a peanut butter-thick voice, he performs gritty, B.B. King-derived blues with very little swing, flash or general cleanliness -- the main reasons why so much Modern Blues sounds like irrelevant, repetitive crap. Harmonica-heavy Folk-Blues songs and Mose Allison-esque Jazz Blues numbers are delivered with confidence and panache, but it's MacLeod's whiskeyed, generous voice that's the real attraction.

Listen toDoug MacLeodon Rhapsody

For blues purists, Doug MacLeod is one of the more palatable contemporary artists. With primarily acoustic arrangements and a peanut butter-thick voice, he performs gritty, B.B. King-derived blues with very little swing, flash or general cleanliness -- the main reasons why so much Modern Blues sounds like irrelevant, repetitive crap. Harmonica-heavy Folk-Blues songs and Mose Allison-esque Jazz Blues numbers are delivered with confidence and panache, but it's MacLeod's whiskeyed, generous voice that's the real attraction.

About Doug MacLeod

For blues purists, Doug MacLeod is one of the more palatable contemporary artists. With primarily acoustic arrangements and a peanut butter-thick voice, he performs gritty, B.B. King-derived blues with very little swing, flash or general cleanliness -- the main reasons why so much Modern Blues sounds like irrelevant, repetitive crap. Harmonica-heavy Folk-Blues songs and Mose Allison-esque Jazz Blues numbers are delivered with confidence and panache, but it's MacLeod's whiskeyed, generous voice that's the real attraction.

About Doug MacLeod

For blues purists, Doug MacLeod is one of the more palatable contemporary artists. With primarily acoustic arrangements and a peanut butter-thick voice, he performs gritty, B.B. King-derived blues with very little swing, flash or general cleanliness -- the main reasons why so much Modern Blues sounds like irrelevant, repetitive crap. Harmonica-heavy Folk-Blues songs and Mose Allison-esque Jazz Blues numbers are delivered with confidence and panache, but it's MacLeod's whiskeyed, generous voice that's the real attraction.