Don’s Tunes is about the music. It’s about the sound. It’s about true emotion and true artists. My mission is to find and share with you that special blues & jazz tunes that really touch the senses and the soul.

If you’re a music fan, you can enjoy my playlists on YouTube and Spotify and my interesting music trivia posts on Facebook and Instagram.  If you want to support my music quest, you can do that on my Patreon page.

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Featured Artists

Big Ed Sullivan

Big Ed is one of the pillars of the musical scene in New York. He was one of the of regular players at Manny’s Car Wash, the former temple of the blues in New York. Ed also played at many festivals organized in the city and he was one of the founding members of Rebel Rockers, a rockabilily group featuring original Stray Cats member Gary Setzer.

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Ken Eichler

Recording artist Ken Eichler is a musician, producer, songwriter, composer, arranger and recording engineer. A versatile instrumentalist with eclectic tastes, Ken excels in a variety of musical styles with a strong foundation in blues and rock.

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The New Savages

The New Savages are an eclectic and original Blues band. Their sound’s unique texture comes from taking inspiration on the first generation of recorded Delta Blues, Gospel and Country Music recorded in the 1920’s/30’s.

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The Legends

Aretha Franklin – The Queen of Soul

Aretha Franklin possessed one of the most distinctive and influential voices in the history of popular music.
In a 50-year recording career she racked up 20 Top 10 albums, a dozen million-selling singles and earned no fewer than 18 Grammy awards.

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Otis Rush – The Unsung Legend

Otis Rush created a sophisticated, modern blues sound that has been imitated, but never duplicated. His lack of commercial appeal in no way deflects from the contributions of this very talented individual.

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Freddie King- The Texas Cannonball

Freddie was a forceful presence and formidable figure in two of the most prominent blues scenes. In the state he was born in (and to which he eventually returned), he was known as the “Texas Cannonball.” Revered by his fans and respected by his peers, King was best-known for his searing, assertive solos and dynamic showmanship.

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