Dan Whitley

Dan Whitley At Arlene Grocery, Saturday, December 5th, 2015, Reviewed

By Tomas Doncker | December 6, 2015

Dan has the skills to be a big time guitar hero but he chooses his talents to create moody soundscape that moves between his tragedy and his future

Let’s Active: Concert Picks Week Of November 28th, 2015

By Iman Lababedi | November 29, 2015

Now I want to hear the great guitarist in person, and I’ll get that Saturday night at Arlene’s Grocery. A must see.

Dan Whitley’s “Calling All Gods” reviewed

By Iman Lababedi | September 14, 2015

The sound is broad, modern, owing as little as Whitley can manage to his antecedents, for a blues guitarist he is as wary as Gary Clark: completely unwilling to justify his sound through even his own past. It is post-modern mood blues for a 21st century audience and a world unwilling to justify itself to any one.

Dan Whitley's Eagerly Awaited "Angels N Devils" Completed

By Iman Lababedi | September 1, 2014

The playing is clean, immaculate, perfect, very controlled, very at service to the song and where Dan gets his hands dirty is on the vocal tour de force, amazing blues singing that barrels down on song after song and reaches its, and Angels n Devils, zenith with “Wade County Jail”

10 Song, Tuesday, February 11th, 2014

By Iman Lababedi | February 11, 2014

From our own Mary Magpie’s Ghosts Of The Haunted, an ambient distorted track, like in the old days when you leave the TV on overnight and the station goes off the air, is matched with a single note by single note piabo composition and Mary’s disengaged voice – A-

Dan Whitley's "Devil Is On Your Trail" Reviewed

By Iman Lababedi | September 25, 2013

Whitley stakes his claim to the blues he derives his power from, he taps into the primal instinct but takes it from the reverse, and merges forward like a shaman. With his blonde visage he is like a vengeful angel, unti, you realize the devil on her trail might be him.