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Raised in Pine Bluff, Arkansas (home to blues legends Big Bill Broonzy and Cedell Davis), Dave Sadler began playing guitar at the age of twelve. Coming from a musical household, that includes a distant relationship to Johnny Cash, a grandfather who was an amateur minstrel singer, and a mother who was a piano teacher - it is no small surprise that Dave continued the musical journey.

Growing up on the edge of the Delta, blues inspired music surrounded Sadler. Where a typical kid might have been found listening to the latest top 40 rock hit, Dave, a self-taught ... Read more

Artist Information

Biography

Raised in Pine Bluff, Arkansas (home to blues legends Big Bill Broonzy and Cedell Davis), Dave Sadler began playing guitar at the age of twelve. Coming from a musical household, that includes a distant relationship to Johnny Cash, a grandfather who was an amateur minstrel singer, and a mother who was a piano teacher - it is no small surprise that Dave continued the musical journey.

Growing up on the edge of the Delta, blues inspired music surrounded Sadler. Where a typical kid might have been found listening to the latest top 40 rock hit, Dave, a self-taught musician who plays by ear, would often be found locked away in his room listening to the likes of B.B. King and Elmore James, trying to emulate their playing styles.

Also heavily influenced by modern players such as Eric Clapton, Robert Cray, Stevie Ray Vaughn and others, Dave's playing style is a blend of blues, rock, jazz and funk, utilizing both electric and acoustic guitars.

"I have always had a passion for blues, blues/rock and jazz. These genres seem to influence most everything I play, compose and record", Dave says.

Dave Sadler is affiliated with BMI as a songwriter/composer publishing and recording for the independent label, BluezArt Records.

Comments from Around the Music Industry:

"Damn Dave!! Nice stuff there brother!"
-Big Llou Johnson (voice of B.B. King's Bluesville, Sirius XM)

"Beautiful sounds, man!
-Sugar Blue (Grammy Award winning harmonica player)

"Hey Dave...great sound man!
-Scott Holt (guitarist formerly with Buddy Guy)

"Very original, love the horns and guitar..."
-Bob Putignano (President, New York Blues and Jazz Society)

Discography

"Fourth Street Ruckus" (2012)

If you like your blues hard-driving, then you will most likely enjoy Arkansas guitarist Dave Sadler’s new single, “Fourth Street Ruckus”, the pre-released title track from his "Fourth Street Ruckus" CD due out mid-summer 2012. The track is a frenetic paced, big blues sound with blistering harmonica and guitar work accompanied by the precision horn work of Dan Cipriano. Roly Platt, one of Canada’s premiere diatonic harmonica players also teams with Dave for what amounts to be a rockin' blues jam. Platt, a Toronto native, has become a sought-after live and studio musician due to his versatility and skill. Cipriano, one of the busiest saxophone players in New York, is also no stranger to the music world having toured or recorded with Wilson Pickett, Bruce Springsteen and many others.

The Making of "Fourth Street Ruckus" (2012)

The idea for the title track "Fourth Street Ruckus" originated from a cut released in 2008 entitled "Ain't Got Time". Dave decided that the vocals should be replaced with some rip-snorting blues harp. He turned to Roly Platt, a veteran of the diatonic harmonica, located in Barrie, Ontario. Platt recorded the harp track at his personal studio creating a warm, slightly over-driven sound that hit the mark.

The five piece horn track was like-wise recorded by Dan Cipriano at his personal studio in New York City. Cipriano layered alto sax, tenor sax, baritone sax, trumpet and trombone with the perfect precision he is noted for. The mix was ultimately created at Sadler's studio in Arkansas were he added guitars and bass along with the percussion of Jesse Rocha, a long-time friend of Sadler.

For mastering, Dave turned to Christian Wright at Abbey Road Studio in London. Additional production assistance was provided by Ian Shepherd of Cambridge, UK. The end result was an instrumentally tight track with a surprisingly live feel.

Performance Credits:

Dave Sadler- lead guitar, rhythm guitars, bass
Roly Platt- diatonic harmonica
Dan Cipriano- alto sax, tenor sax, baritone sax. trumpet, trombone
Jesse Rocha- percussion

Production Credits:

Roly Platt- harmonica engineering and arrangement
Dan Cipriano- horn engineering and arrangement
Ian Shepherd- production consultation
Mastering- Abbey Road Studio, London
Christian Wright- mastering engineer

"Fade to Blue" (2008)

"Fade to Blue" (2008) was listed in iTunes Europe's Top 100 Albums List in the Blues category in 2008 and was one of the iTunes featured Blues releases.The Top 100 list is based on sales and is compiled weekly.

In March 2008, Fade to Blue entered the Roots Music Report Blues Chart at No. 33. Tracks from "Fade to Blue" have been featured on Sounds of Blue with Bob Putignano and many other radio and internet broadcast outlets. Shorlty after its release in 2008 Dave was a named a featured guitarist on IndieGuitarist.com.

The pre-release single "Fourth Street Ruckus" (2012) and "Fade to Blue" 2008 are available from BluezArt Records. Visit www.davesadlermusic.com for additional information. MP3 downloads are also available through iTunes, Amazon and CD Baby.

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

Artist Information

Biography

Raised in Pine Bluff, Arkansas (home to blues legends Big Bill Broonzy and Cedell Davis), Dave Sadler began playing guitar at the age of twelve. Coming from a musical household, that includes a distant relationship to Johnny Cash, a grandfather who was an amateur minstrel singer, and a mother who was a piano teacher - it is no small surprise that Dave continued the musical journey.

Growing up on the edge of the Delta, blues inspired music surrounded Sadler. Where a typical kid might have been found listening to the latest top 40 rock hit, Dave, a self-taught musician who plays by ear, would often be found locked away in his room listening to the likes of B.B. King and Elmore James, trying to emulate their playing styles.

Also heavily influenced by modern players such as Eric Clapton, Robert Cray, Stevie Ray Vaughn and others, Dave's playing style is a blend of blues, rock, jazz and funk, utilizing both electric and acoustic guitars.

"I have always had a passion for blues, blues/rock and jazz. These genres seem to influence most everything I play, compose and record", Dave says.

Dave Sadler is affiliated with BMI as a songwriter/composer publishing and recording for the independent label, BluezArt Records.

Comments from Around the Music Industry:

"Damn Dave!! Nice stuff there brother!"
-Big Llou Johnson (voice of B.B. King's Bluesville, Sirius XM)

"Beautiful sounds, man!
-Sugar Blue (Grammy Award winning harmonica player)

"Hey Dave...great sound man!
-Scott Holt (guitarist formerly with Buddy Guy)

"Very original, love the horns and guitar..."
-Bob Putignano (President, New York Blues and Jazz Society)

Discography

"Fourth Street Ruckus" (2012)

If you like your blues hard-driving, then you will most likely enjoy Arkansas guitarist Dave Sadler’s new single, “Fourth Street Ruckus”, the pre-released title track from his "Fourth Street Ruckus" CD due out mid-summer 2012. The track is a frenetic paced, big blues sound with blistering harmonica and guitar work accompanied by the precision horn work of Dan Cipriano. Roly Platt, one of Canada’s premiere diatonic harmonica players also teams with Dave for what amounts to be a rockin' blues jam. Platt, a Toronto native, has become a sought-after live and studio musician due to his versatility and skill. Cipriano, one of the busiest saxophone players in New York, is also no stranger to the music world having toured or recorded with Wilson Pickett, Bruce Springsteen and many others.

The Making of "Fourth Street Ruckus" (2012)

The idea for the title track "Fourth Street Ruckus" originated from a cut released in 2008 entitled "Ain't Got Time". Dave decided that the vocals should be replaced with some rip-snorting blues harp. He turned to Roly Platt, a veteran of the diatonic harmonica, located in Barrie, Ontario. Platt recorded the harp track at his personal studio creating a warm, slightly over-driven sound that hit the mark.

The five piece horn track was like-wise recorded by Dan Cipriano at his personal studio in New York City. Cipriano layered alto sax, tenor sax, baritone sax, trumpet and trombone with the perfect precision he is noted for. The mix was ultimately created at Sadler's studio in Arkansas were he added guitars and bass along with the percussion of Jesse Rocha, a long-time friend of Sadler.

For mastering, Dave turned to Christian Wright at Abbey Road Studio in London. Additional production assistance was provided by Ian Shepherd of Cambridge, UK. The end result was an instrumentally tight track with a surprisingly live feel.

Performance Credits:

Dave Sadler- lead guitar, rhythm guitars, bass
Roly Platt- diatonic harmonica
Dan Cipriano- alto sax, tenor sax, baritone sax. trumpet, trombone
Jesse Rocha- percussion

Production Credits:

Roly Platt- harmonica engineering and arrangement
Dan Cipriano- horn engineering and arrangement
Ian Shepherd- production consultation
Mastering- Abbey Road Studio, London
Christian Wright- mastering engineer

"Fade to Blue" (2008)

"Fade to Blue" (2008) was listed in iTunes Europe's Top 100 Albums List in the Blues category in 2008 and was one of the iTunes featured Blues releases.The Top 100 list is based on sales and is compiled weekly.

In March 2008, Fade to Blue entered the Roots Music Report Blues Chart at No. 33. Tracks from "Fade to Blue" have been featured on Sounds of Blue with Bob Putignano and many other radio and internet broadcast outlets. Shorlty after its release in 2008 Dave was a named a featured guitarist on IndieGuitarist.com.

The pre-release single "Fourth Street Ruckus" (2012) and "Fade to Blue" 2008 are available from BluezArt Records. Visit www.davesadlermusic.com for additional information. MP3 downloads are also available through iTunes, Amazon and CD Baby.

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

Artist Information

Biography

Raised in Pine Bluff, Arkansas (home to blues legends Big Bill Broonzy and Cedell Davis), Dave Sadler began playing guitar at the age of twelve. Coming from a musical household, that includes a distant relationship to Johnny Cash, a grandfather who was an amateur minstrel singer, and a mother who was a piano teacher - it is no small surprise that Dave continued the musical journey.

Growing up on the edge of the Delta, blues inspired music surrounded Sadler. Where a typical kid might have been found listening to the latest top 40 rock hit, Dave, a self-taught musician who plays by ear, would often be found locked away in his room listening to the likes of B.B. King and Elmore James, trying to emulate their playing styles.

Also heavily influenced by modern players such as Eric Clapton, Robert Cray, Stevie Ray Vaughn and others, Dave's playing style is a blend of blues, rock, jazz and funk, utilizing both electric and acoustic guitars.

"I have always had a passion for blues, blues/rock and jazz. These genres seem to influence most everything I play, compose and record", Dave says.

Dave Sadler is affiliated with BMI as a songwriter/composer publishing and recording for the independent label, BluezArt Records.

Comments from Around the Music Industry:

"Damn Dave!! Nice stuff there brother!"
-Big Llou Johnson (voice of B.B. King's Bluesville, Sirius XM)

"Beautiful sounds, man!
-Sugar Blue (Grammy Award winning harmonica player)

"Hey Dave...great sound man!
-Scott Holt (guitarist formerly with Buddy Guy)

"Very original, love the horns and guitar..."
-Bob Putignano (President, New York Blues and Jazz Society)

Discography

"Fourth Street Ruckus" (2012)

If you like your blues hard-driving, then you will most likely enjoy Arkansas guitarist Dave Sadler’s new single, “Fourth Street Ruckus”, the pre-released title track from his "Fourth Street Ruckus" CD due out mid-summer 2012. The track is a frenetic paced, big blues sound with blistering harmonica and guitar work accompanied by the precision horn work of Dan Cipriano. Roly Platt, one of Canada’s premiere diatonic harmonica players also teams with Dave for what amounts to be a rockin' blues jam. Platt, a Toronto native, has become a sought-after live and studio musician due to his versatility and skill. Cipriano, one of the busiest saxophone players in New York, is also no stranger to the music world having toured or recorded with Wilson Pickett, Bruce Springsteen and many others.

The Making of "Fourth Street Ruckus" (2012)

The idea for the title track "Fourth Street Ruckus" originated from a cut released in 2008 entitled "Ain't Got Time". Dave decided that the vocals should be replaced with some rip-snorting blues harp. He turned to Roly Platt, a veteran of the diatonic harmonica, located in Barrie, Ontario. Platt recorded the harp track at his personal studio creating a warm, slightly over-driven sound that hit the mark.

The five piece horn track was like-wise recorded by Dan Cipriano at his personal studio in New York City. Cipriano layered alto sax, tenor sax, baritone sax, trumpet and trombone with the perfect precision he is noted for. The mix was ultimately created at Sadler's studio in Arkansas were he added guitars and bass along with the percussion of Jesse Rocha, a long-time friend of Sadler.

For mastering, Dave turned to Christian Wright at Abbey Road Studio in London. Additional production assistance was provided by Ian Shepherd of Cambridge, UK. The end result was an instrumentally tight track with a surprisingly live feel.

Performance Credits:

Dave Sadler- lead guitar, rhythm guitars, bass
Roly Platt- diatonic harmonica
Dan Cipriano- alto sax, tenor sax, baritone sax. trumpet, trombone
Jesse Rocha- percussion

Production Credits:

Roly Platt- harmonica engineering and arrangement
Dan Cipriano- horn engineering and arrangement
Ian Shepherd- production consultation
Mastering- Abbey Road Studio, London
Christian Wright- mastering engineer

"Fade to Blue" (2008)

"Fade to Blue" (2008) was listed in iTunes Europe's Top 100 Albums List in the Blues category in 2008 and was one of the iTunes featured Blues releases.The Top 100 list is based on sales and is compiled weekly.

In March 2008, Fade to Blue entered the Roots Music Report Blues Chart at No. 33. Tracks from "Fade to Blue" have been featured on Sounds of Blue with Bob Putignano and many other radio and internet broadcast outlets. Shorlty after its release in 2008 Dave was a named a featured guitarist on IndieGuitarist.com.

The pre-release single "Fourth Street Ruckus" (2012) and "Fade to Blue" 2008 are available from BluezArt Records. Visit www.davesadlermusic.com for additional information. MP3 downloads are also available through iTunes, Amazon and CD Baby.

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

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