BLUE CLOVER ROSTER
|That Rockabilly sound is what this band is about. Yes, the
name is stolen from Jeffrey Scott Stewart's early backing band (uh . . . The Big Dogs . .
World Music ("blue marble" - get it?), and especially Reggae, is the focus of this band. (You will hear a Bossa Nova rhythm, and some other spicy stuff along the way.)
|Acoustic Music: Bluegrass, Folk, Acoustic Pop, Acoustic Jazz even. Both with and without vocals.|
|"Gator Moon" performs Cajun and Zydeco Music, with a unique swampy, funky R&B sound also (think Little Feat, but swampy perhaps).|
|Rock Music . . . Southern Rock, hard rock . . . straight up rockin' tunes.|
|Americana / Pop / Ballads . . . Jeffrey Scott Stewart is the creative force behind Blue Clover . . . leader of every Blue Clover band. Notice that every album cover will have on it "aka Jeffrey Scott Stewart" . . . also known as Jeffrey Scott Stewart. Diversification is a great thing . . . the band names are used for clarification, which is also a great thing. You know, for instance, that if you are going to listen to the "Sweet Willie Milton" band, you're going to hear blues music. In short, if it doesn't fall into one of the other categories, it will be credited to simply "Jeffrey Scott Stewart". Basically the Americana / Pop / Ballad material.|
|LOBO BLANCO||"Lobo Blanco" or "White Wolf" performs Latin Music . . . or latin influenced music. With both Spanish and English lyrics (or instrumentals).|
|Country Music . . . soft waltz, ballads, country pop, country
and gritty country rock.
|SHE-LA||Multiple/rotating/guest female vocals are featured with this band. All kinds of material, but all from the female perspective.|
|"Sweet Willie Milton" is the name of the band, not an individual. Blues is the thing. All kinds of blues music.|
|"Tarantism" is a great word. It's based in
mythology, and it refers to a nervous disorder causing an "irresistible urge to
dance". One would be bitten by a Tarantula (hence the use of the Tarantula legs
in the logo, and the Tarantula on the album cover), become stricken by this disorder - the
"Tarantism" - and dance the Tarantella!
The Tarantism Orchestra is a dance band of sorts. Big Band and R&B music, much of it styled after the big band music of the 1920's and 1940's.
|Instrumental offerings. From atmospheric sounds to jazz-rock.|