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Thu June 27, 2013
Singer/Songwriter and keyboardist Claire Culbreath and guitarist John Brandon have been performing together as a duo for years and formed the band Shades of Blue. Shades of Blue blends their love of 60's and 70's music, Claire’s nod to the great vocalists of those decades like Carol King, and John’s blues guitar work. Their repertoire extends to current pop sounds and jazz as well, and they can be heard performing at vineyards, restaurants, corporate functions and private parties throughout the Triad. Claire and John dropped by WFDD with bassist Gerald Robinson and drummer Michael Fowler for a recording session in Studio A. You can hear Claire do a solo performance July 24th at River Ridge Tap House in Clemmons and Shades of Blue August 8th at the Village Tavern in Winston-Salem.