Lambert Band is a powerhouse blues band. While drawing
upon the influences of many Blues genres, such as Chicago and
Texas-style blues and Kansas City jump, they also inject an original
perspective into their performances.
the blues for over 40 years,
complements his fiery guitar playing with compelling vocals. Chuck
delivers string after string of blues "bullets," but
he can also sound as soft as an acoustic 12-string guitar.
has led the band as they opened for popular artists, (such as
Little Feat and Kenny Wayne Shepard), performed in popular places
(such as NJPAC and The Count Basie Theatre) and performed at many,
many festivals over the years.
More than 10 years of festivals include Festiblues
International de Montreal; Riverhead Blues Festival; Blues, Brews
and BBQ Festival at Six Flags Great Adventure, Freehold, and Toms
River, New Jersey; Westfield Jazz & Blues Festival; Red Bank
Jazz & Blues Festival; Clearwater Festival at Sandy Hook; the
Jazz in the Park Series in Red Bank; just to name a few.
Here's what they said ...
the tri-state area the Chuck Lambert Band is acknowledged
by music critics and fans alike as being one of the hottest
bands on the Jersey Shore music scene.
of the Jersey Shore Blues scene."
Muller, former Vice President of Blues Power Blues Society and
Jersey Shore Jazz and Blues Foundation media correspondent
extraordinary Blues guitarist and vocalist"
formerly with Budo Magazine and
Downtown Café in Red Bank
"He specializes in the kind of intensity
electric blues that makes you think of players from an earlier era who helped define the art.
Some of the most joyful music you'll ever hear."
Asbury Park Press
"He transports you to another time, another place
where the blues reigns
Blues sewn into the hip pocket of the Jersey Shore."
Sullivan, former host, Box of Blues, 90.5 The Night FM
rage of Red Bank
they rivet the audience
a great performance."
Jersey Style Magazine
a show you're gonna want to see. They take almost every major
form of music and incorporate it into some good down-and-dirty
check out the May 25, 2000
Highlands Herald filed
columnist Carol Barbieri..
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