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Peter Malick

À propos de Peter Malick

Peter Malick is a blues guitarist who spent years playing with the biggest names in the business (Muddy Waters, John Lee Hooker and James Montgomery are only the beginning), but drug addiction sidelined his career for years. Malick cleaned up and slowly rebuilt his reputation, with breakout fame finally coming when one of his collaborators, Norah Jones, ended up becoming a huge star. Malick's recordings with Jones were compiled on 2003's New York City and became one of the rare blues albums to crossover to the pop charts. A real pro, Malick plays all styles of roots music, and he fits in nicely on FM radio.

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Peter Malick

Peter Malick is a blues guitarist who spent years playing with the biggest names in the business (Muddy Waters, John Lee Hooker and James Montgomery are only the beginning), but drug addiction sidelined his career for years. Malick cleaned up and slowly rebuilt his reputation, with breakout fame finally coming when one of his collaborators, Norah Jones, ended up becoming a huge star. Malick's recordings with Jones were compiled on 2003's New York City and became one of the rare blues albums to crossover to the pop charts. A real pro, Malick plays all styles of roots music, and he fits in nicely on FM radio.

À propos de Peter Malick

Peter Malick is a blues guitarist who spent years playing with the biggest names in the business (Muddy Waters, John Lee Hooker and James Montgomery are only the beginning), but drug addiction sidelined his career for years. Malick cleaned up and slowly rebuilt his reputation, with breakout fame finally coming when one of his collaborators, Norah Jones, ended up becoming a huge star. Malick's recordings with Jones were compiled on 2003's New York City and became one of the rare blues albums to crossover to the pop charts. A real pro, Malick plays all styles of roots music, and he fits in nicely on FM radio.

À propos de Peter Malick

Peter Malick is a blues guitarist who spent years playing with the biggest names in the business (Muddy Waters, John Lee Hooker and James Montgomery are only the beginning), but drug addiction sidelined his career for years. Malick cleaned up and slowly rebuilt his reputation, with breakout fame finally coming when one of his collaborators, Norah Jones, ended up becoming a huge star. Malick's recordings with Jones were compiled on 2003's New York City and became one of the rare blues albums to crossover to the pop charts. A real pro, Malick plays all styles of roots music, and he fits in nicely on FM radio.

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