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James Armstrong is one of a very few seasoned artists who manages to honor the sound of traditional blues while giving it the contemporary gritto which fans love to groove. Born to make music, his mother was a blues singer, his father played jazz guitar. James started performing at th age ofeight and by the time he was 17, he was touring across the country. Overthe years he’s worked with Albert Collins, Keb Mo', Coco Montoya, Roy Brown, Chaka Khan, Ricky Lee Jones, Jan & Dean,Mitch Michell (Jimi Hendrix's drummer)and Tommy Castro,to name just a few.

Seen live, Armstrong has a confident stage presence that combines gracewith grit. Few blues artists know how to play the crowd as James can,shifting dynamics from a whisper to a growl. Wherever he travels,from Lebanon to Alaska, from Hong-Kong to Norway, hismagnetism continues to hush a noisy rabble or entice acrowdto follow him out into the street or down thelength of a beach. Little wonder he’s been dubbed“The Ambassador of the Blues.”

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