Entries by Tom Gray

New Delta Moon T-Shirt

We’ve added a new T-shirt to the Delta Moon webstore. We found a low-resolution version of this image of a skull moon breaking out from inside the sun and loved it. So we set out to find the artist and pay him for a printable version. The search, via the Internet, led around the world, […]

Review of Cabbagetown in Elmore

Elmore Delta Moon – Cabbagetown By Tom Clarke Some 18 years ago, when slide guitarist Mark Johnson witnessed a big yellow orb rising over Muddy Waters’ cabin in Mississippi, he knew he had the name of his new band—Delta Moon. For a group entrenched in organic blues to have developed such a singular, recognizable sound […]

Review of Cabbagetown in Keys and Chords (Belgium)

Keys and Chords (For the original Dutch text click here.) Delta Moon – Cabbagetown By Philip Verhaege (4 ½) Delta Moon confirmed again and again. The slide guitar has the upper hand and goes perfectly with the acoustic strings, pounding drums and rough voice. The album “Cabbagetown” is the new project of the Atlanta-based blues […]

Concert Review in Augsburger-Allgemeine (Germany)

Augsburger-Allgemeine (For the original German text click here.) Under the Blues Moon Delta Moon in the Charivari: What makes the band so special By Ronald Hinzpeter Perfect guitar work: Delta Moon in Charivari. Photo: Reinhard Pfetsch. Ulm. If two electric guitars play together, it can lead to wonderful duets like once in the Allman Brothers […]

Review of Cabbagetown in Roots Highway (Italy)

Roots Highway (For the original Italian text click here.) Delta Moon – Cabbagetown Tom Gray and Mark Johnson first met several years ago in an Atlanta record store. Both slide guitarists, it took them a short time before forming a band, rather unusual for the presence of the double slide that still characterizes the group’s […]

Review of Cabbagetown in Flyin Shoes Review

Flyin Shoes Delta Moon – Cabbagetown By Norman Darwen This is the eighth studio album from this four-piece band out of Atlanta, Georgia, with nine original compositions and a throbbing cover of Mississippi Delta bluesman Son House’s classic ‘Death Letter’, more than a little different from other versions you may have heard. The band is […]

Review of Cabbagetown in Blues Again (France)

Blues Again (Click here for the original French text.) Delta Moon – Cabbagetown We are here with the band that won the International Blues Challenge in 2003, let’s not forget it. This quartet based in Atlanta has never failed its reputation. The proof comes with this eighth studio album. In addition to the rhythm section, […]

Review of Cabbagetown in Don and Sheryl’s Blues Blog

Don and Sheryl’s Blues Blog DELTA MOON CABBAGETOWN LANDSLIDE RECORDS  12017 ROCK AND ROLL GIRL–THE DAY BEFORE TOMORROW–JUST LUCKY I GUESS–COOLEST FOOLS–REFUGEE–MAD ABOUT YOU–DEATH LETTER–21ST CENTURY MAN–CABBAGETOWN SHUFFLE–SING TOGETHER One of the really cool things about Atlanta-based blues quartet Delta Moon is the guitar tandem of Tom Gray and Mark Johnson, each of whom trade […]

Review of Cabbagetown by Smoky Mountain Blues Society

Delta Moon – Cabbagetown CD Review – March 2017 Blue Barry – Smoky Mountain Blues Society Following up on their blues award winning CD “Low Down,” Delta Moon has another thriller out, their eighth CD, “Cabbagetown.”  It just follows right in the steps of “Low Down.”  This four-piece Atlanta based blues group has toured the […]

Review of Cabbagetown in Professor Johnny P’s Juke Joint

Professor Johnny P’s Juke Joint Delta Moon — Cabbagetown The Atlanta quartet that goes by the poetic name,Delta Moon, has been playing together for a number of years. While they have crisscrossed the country, and taken Europe by storm (they’ll be there until early May, before returning to the States), they’ve also found time to […]