Big Easy style boogie slides into Neimënster.
Inspired by his parents' record collection of early rock’n’roll and country music, Dale Storr’s interest grew deeper when he began playing the piano at the age of six, cocking an ear to the piano-based music of Little Richard, Jerry Lee Lewis and Fats Domino.
Later, after hearing Jools Holland talk about his influences, Storr became intrigued by the playing of legendary New Orleans pianists James Booker, Professor Longhair and Allen Toussaint.
Now he is recognised as one of the UK’s leading exponent of the Big Easy’s piano style.
As his official biography puts it: “Dale’s ambition has always been to play the music of New Orleans, which can be anything from a classically influenced minuet, a Latin rhumba, a back o’ town junker blues to a frenzied boogie woogie.”
Neimënster, rue Munster, Luxembourg-Grund