Rainy Day Blues has been described as a '(Jimi) Hendrix meets (Sarah) Vaughan' type of song, and has proved to be highly favoured amongst listeners from accross the world.
it's a simple popular blues song that most people can relate to, and one which tends not to shy away from adhering to the typical blues structure, but also respects the core principles from which the blues derrive.
John Jallow (Credits include: Marvin Gaye/Buddy Guy/Billy Preston C.J Lewis) is a professional musician whose style of playing is compared to the likes of Jimi Hendrix. John has a style of his own and delivers a high level of skill and technique as a mucisian.
Deelee Dubé's sound and vocal delivery is one that is original, appealing and highly versatile. Her music is a mixture of popular/ acoustic, nu-jazz/blues and down-tempo. Her musical interests and influences consist of an eclectic range and a broad spectrum of artists. As the singer and songwriter of Rainy Day Blues, it is clear upon listening that Deelee possesses a voice quality that is quite versatile, ranging from a sonorous vibrant tone to a stunningly mature and sophisticated one, yet all encapsulated within a wide vocal range, that remains pure and textured across her whole vocal register.
With these two great abilities in coilaborative force, only something of great quality could be produced and 'Rainy Day Blues' is just one fragment of that whole collaborative experience.