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Brian Templeton

Bringing the Blues for over 30 years

Live on stage in The Netherlands. "Sugar Girl" a song I wrote for my wife Christine featuring Enrico Crivellaro on Guitar!

1990's - Lead Singer, songwriter and harpman for the Boston based band "The Radio Kings" Two records were released by memphis label Icehouse Records "It Aint Easy" (1994) and "Live At B.B. Kings" (1995). In 1997 "Money Road" was released on Rounder's Bullseye Blues label.  Toured the U.S and Europe extensively.  In 1992  he toured and recorded with Jerry Portnoy (Harmonica player for Muddy Waters & Eric Clapton)


2000's - As a solo artist he released "Home" in 2000 (produced by Monster Mike Welch) and "Bloozin" released in 2007 featuring an all star line up of Boston's best Bluesmen. Monster Mike Welch, Kid Bangham, Michael "Mudcat" Ward, Per Hanson, David Maxwell and Greg Piccolo. Under his own name he played stages in Russia, Africa, Canada, Europe and Dubai. He also toured as singer and harp player with Otis Grand (UK) and Texas Blues guitar legend Sonny Rhodes and also did a tour as vocalist for James Cotton.

2016 to Present - Front man, Vocalist, Harp-man and Songwriter for The Delta Generators. Tour of Europe for August 2024 is currently being booked with three major festivals already secured. Two recordings released  with another slated for Spring 2024

Front man, Vocalist, Harp-man for "The Knickebocker All Stars". A nine piece band featuring some of New Englands top players including Rich Lataille and Doug James of Roomful of Blues and MikeWelch on Guitar.

2018 to 2021 - Front man, Vocalist, Harp-man and Songwriter for The Proven Ones. Blues "supergroup" featuring Kid Ramos, Jimi Bott, Willie J. Campbell and Anthony Geraci. Two recordings released. 2019's "Wild Again" nominated for a Blues Foundation Music Award for "Best Contemporary Blues Album" and 2020's "You Aint Done" which hit #1 on the "Billboard" Blues chart. They performed on many major festivals in the U.S. Canada and Europe.

2022 - Co-Producer, Songwriter, Singer and Harp Player on Willie J. Campbell's record "Be Cool". Featured artists on the record included, David Hidalgo (Los Lobos), Kim Wilson (Fabulous Thunderbirds), Joe Louis Walker, Sugar Ray Rayford, Janiva Magness, and Anson Funderburgh to name a few.

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