"A BELTER OF THE BLUES", is how "PHILA. INQUIRER MAGAZINE" featured SISTER BLUE in a 1998 feature of "LOCAL ANGLE". That same year "NORTHEAST TIMES" described her as a singer whose..."soul fights its way out and fills the room with well-seasoned wisdom and joy", and "strums her guitar with a trance-like fervor". In 1999, "CHESTNUT HILL LOCAL" exclaimed, "she bellows, belabors, and blasts the blues as if it's exploding from a howitzer. There are no pretty bows on her songs, just a barbed wire of passion hot enough to burn up the furniture in the room.
A Philly native, Sister Blue fronts a driving blues band, with powerful vocals and stinging guitar leads. For variety, Sister Blue also leads an acoustic duo, playing blues and ragtime, including renditions of her favorite Bessie Smith songs, as well as compostions of her own.
"...she growls in a low-down Janis Joplinish voice and coaxes from a guitar that bellies up to her like a dog who knows who's in charge."
-Janet Falon, "Inquirer Magazine"
"When Sister Blue's got the blues-it's all good."
-Sunshine Warbock, "Northeast Times"
"When she sings (growls actually) and hammers her guitar, she gives you the whole steak, and it's all meat; no fat, no bones."
- Len Lear, "Chestnut Hill Local"
"No one including Mick Jagger in Tina Turner's body, can move onstage like Sister Blue. It's one of those "you have to see it to believe it deals."
-Jim Albert "Northeast Times"
"This lady sings the blues!!!"
The long awaited CD Red, White, & Sister Blue is here, featuring 8 original tracks, including Chicago-style band blues, soulful cuts, and acoustic blues & ragtime. Get your copy now!