Delta Groove Recording Artists

Anthony Geraci and The Boston Blues All-Stars  


IN 2016 ANTHONY GERACI HAS FIVE BLUES MUSIC AWARDS NOMINATIONS UNDER HIS BELT FROM THE BLUES FOUNDATION IN MEMPHIS, TN. FIFTY SHADES OF BLUE IS NOMINATED FOR "ALBUM OF THE YEAR", "TRADITIONAL ALBUM OF THE YEAR" & SONG OF THE YEAR  FOR THE TITLE TRACK "FIFTY SHADES OF BLUE." ANTHONY IS ALSO NOMINATED FOR THE PINETOP PERKINS PIANO PLAYER OF THE YEAR AWARD! NOT TO MENTION HIS NOMINATION WITH SUGAR RAY & THE BLUETONES FOR "BAND OF THE YEAR."

“Geraci’s exquisite piano work has been spotlighted in the past with Sugar Ray & The Bluetones and with Ronnie Earl and The Broadcasters. As impressive as those gigs were, nothing prepared me for this album from Anthony Gerac and the Boston Blues All-Stars.”
— Mark E. Gallo, Blues Bytes Magazine
Fifty Shades Of Blue recorded live at the Extended Play Sessions Fallout Shelter. With: Anthony Geraci-piano, Sugar Ray Norcia-vocals, Michele "Evil Gal" Willson-vocals, Monster Mike Welch-guitar, Michael "Mudcat" Ward-bass, Neil Gouvin-drums. Video by William Hurley and his team.
When one of the Premier piano players in the blues universe decides it's time to create an event and puts the word out to fellow musicians the result is often an All-Star cast. Such was the case when Anthony Geraci launched his latest project 'Fifty Shades of Blue.'

"In light of its recent pop culture popularity, you have to wonder why it took so long for one of our creative blues songwriters to pen a tune called “Fifty Shades Of Blue”? Thanks to Boston- based piano ace Anthony Geraci that neglected topic has now been covered. The T-Bone Walker- styled romp features Boston’s “Evil Gal” Michelle Wilson and Sugar Ray Norcia tradin’ bedroom teases about blindfolds and handcuffs while Mike Welch’s guitar and Geraci’s piano add unrestrained musical punches.

Along with Ron Levy, David Maxwell, Al Copley, and Bruce Katz, Geraci is one of the fine keyboard players who thrived in the New England blues scene back in the 1970s. In fact, Geraci was the first to play keys with Ronnie Earl’s Broadcasters and Sugar Ray Norcia’s Bluetones. Today he still mans the 88s with the Bluetones as they tour the world, and he also handles solo gigs throughout New England."      ~Art Tipaldi