Terry Robb will perform in Port Townsend and Coyle.

Terry Robb will perform in Port Townsend and Coyle.

Terry Robb set to perform

PORT TOWNSEND — Award-winning blues guitarist Terry Robb will perform at 7:30 p.m. Saturday in The Palindrome at Eaglemount Cidery and at 3 p.m. Sunday at Concerts in the Woods in Coyle.

Tickets are $20 for the Saturday concert at 1893 S. Jacob Miller Road in Port Townsend when purchased online at https://www.ticket storm.com/e/27661/t/ or $25 cash or check at the door.

The suggested donation is $20 for the Sunday concert at Laurel B. Johnson Community Center, 923 Hazel Point Road Coyle.

A recipient of multiple musical awards, Robb is hailed as a blues guitar virtuoso and one of the finest acoustic guitarists on the international scene.

His signature fingerpicking style has earned him international acclaim from worldwide audiences, esteemed music critics and his distinguished peers.

Incorporating elements from Delta blues, ragtime, country, swing and jazz, Robb has built a unique blues sound that has made him a legend in his prolific music career spanning four decades organizers said.

He has more than 15 albums under his name.

Born in British Columbia and raised in the U.S., Robb began his career at an early age, performing with Ramblin’ Rex of Frank Zappa / Captain Beefheart fame, Canned Heat’s Henry Vestine, and steel-string guitar icon John Fahey.

At age 24, Robb’s collaboration with Fahey led him to produce several of Fahey’s critically-acclaimed recordings, including Let Go which earned Fahey a four-star review by Rolling Stone.

As an acclaimed producer and session guitarist, Robb has contributed to numerous award-winning projects, including Alice Stuart’s Grammy and Blues Music Award-nominated album Can’t Find No Heaven.

His most recent CD, 2019’s “Confessin’ my Dues,” earned acclaim as the Northwest Recording of the Year and received a nomination for 2020’s Blues Music Award.

He now lives in Portland, Ore.

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