Blues Ain't Deadjust Reloading
Wildcat, after a five year 'retirement', finds young guitar prodigy Nate 'Lightning Boy' Dana, playing with old friend Junior Toutant. Has songs He's been itching to record, recruits not one but three of the best drummers in N.E., recruits some guest artists, records this 'from the heart' masterwork. Valley Advocate raves, 'The bumping bass, red-hot guitar licks and gritty vocals make for a slate of dependably groovy tracks.' Living Blues Magazine (not usually fans of New England Blues Artists) described Wildcat's style as 'Progressive without being disrespectful, traditional without being moldy'. John Braheny of Taxi/L.A. Songwriter's Showcase called Wildcat,'as good a blues lyricist as I've heard...and I'm a blues Fan!' But the best description of Wildcat came from the late Grammy- award winning drummer (James Cotton/Steve Miller sideman) Ken Johnson, who told Mass. Audiences,'He must've gone to a different music school than the other white boys!'