Here’s what people are saying about The Dan Lawson Band
I knew within the first couple of minutes of listening that Dan Lawson needed to perform for the folks at the Buffalo Chip. He’s an artist who can make that Strat cry or jump for joy and take the audience right along for the ride.
A hard edge sound with a blues/boogie flair.
A True Masterpiece!
OMG! The Lawman and his Deputies BLEW THE HOUSE DOWN! You created a buzz! Musicians extraordinaire. I was impressed with your performance, but what truly ‘sent’ me is your attitude; generous, supportive and encouraging. I will follow your advice and not be discouraged and move forward. Looking forward to attending your gigs. You are aces! Blessings. Thanks Brenda, you also rock!
From the first note, Dan and band tore up Boston Harborfest’s 2008 Fourth Of July Festivities on Boston’s City Hall Plaza. The crowd appeared mesmerized by the fluidity among the players, as well as the well chosen special guests who augmented this phenomenal rock and blues machine. (“The Professor” Doug Bell and “Smooth” Shor’ty Billips ). Now I’m not a superstitious man, but I swear that three days later, the bricks still shook from the power of their performance!
Great “Blues Guitar” a Blue’s and Boogie style at it’s very best…a “Sound and Tone” that’s all his own. That’s “Dan Lawson.” He put’s the “Master” in “Stratocaster.”
Dan’s style of blues can tear your heart out and still make you cry. “Smokin Guitar Work.”
What a refreshing treat – Bill’n Hel’s Kitchen- is from the Dan Lawson Band. “Let’s Ride” – has a hard driving edge that makes for a fun ride indeed. “Just Ain’t Easy” – if you like southern ballads and Allman Brothers soul – you’ll love this track. Boogie-swing blues is kept quite alive and well in – “Play The Blues” – lucky New England once again has a bonafide blues band worth checking out.