On their new third release “Get on the Horse”, Delta Generators have stepped up everything from songwriting to production. This album was mixed by famed Grammy winning producer David Z. (Prince, Eric Clapton, Jonny Lang, Buddy Guy, Etta James, Gov’t Mule etc.). The album was then mastered by Dave McNair (David Bowie, Bob Dylan, Los Lobos, Derek Trucks etc.). “Get on the Horse” was recorded just like every other DG album, live in the studio, with a few overdubs after the fact. The songs range from roots rock to slow blues, Americana to funky soul. This album was funded by DG fans through “Get on the Horse” has already been nominated for “2014 BLUES ALBUM OF THE YEAR” by the Independent Music AwardsCLICK HERE to cast your vote!

In the last couple of years, the Delta Generators have shared the stage with such acts asRobert Cray, Dirty Dozen Brass Band, Three Dog Night, James Cotton, Jimmie Vaughn, The Fabulous Thunderbirds, Johnny Winter, Walter Trout, Popa Chubby, Bonerama, Candye Kane, Michael Burks, John Lee Hooker Jr. and Sonny Landreth among many others. Notable musicians have also sat in with the Delta Generators on stage including Brad Whitford (Aerosmith).

The Delta Generators have accomplished a lot since forming in 2008. They won the Boston Blues Society’s Blues challenge in 2008, which earned them a spot in theInternational Blues Challenge held in Memphis in 2009. The band finished as aTop 10 Finalist out of over a hundred bandsThe Delta Generators also won anIndependent Music Award for Best Blues Album category for their debut album, Devil in the Rhythm in 2009. In 2009 they won Best Blues Band in Worcester Magazine for and were nominated for Best R&B Act in the Boston Phoenix in 2010.The DG’s 2nd album Hard River to Row was selected by the Blues Foundation as aTop 5 Finalist (out of entries worldwide) in the Best Self-Produced CD competition at the International Blues Challenge in 2011. This album also placed nationally at #8 on the JamBand Radio Chart#17 on the Living Blues Radio Chart and #25 in the Roots Music Report. The DG’s  were nominated for Best Blues Act 2011 by The Boston Music Awards, and Best Blues Band 2013 byWorcester Magazine Music Awards. The band plans to tour in 2014 behind their new album “Get on the Horse”.


“Great Songs! Great Licks!” – David Z, Producer (Buddy Guy, Etta James, Johnny Lang)

“The Delta Generators provide…the big blast of fresh air the blues-and-roots scene in the Greater Boston metropolitan area has needed for years.” -Frank-John Hadley, DownBeat columnist

“It’s immediately obvious why they stand out among regional blues acts” – Jay N. Miller, Patriot Ledger



4 Responses to Bio

  1. M.C.Moran says:

    Greetings Delta Generators!

    I was on the blues train on July 31st. Loved your music, bought several cds, including one for a friend of mine in the UK – known as Bob Blues on the radio program he hosts each week on

    You might like to check out his show on Tuesday and Fridays from 5-7 eastern standard time. Drop him a line!

    Cheers and thank you for a wonderful evening of great music. I found your music to be innovative while respectful of the old time blues…you obviously have a tight connection between members of the group and it shows. You speak to one another musically and it’s a pleasure to watch.

    M.C. Moran

  2. TOMMY O says:

    I caught your act in early Dec at the BBC in Cederville. I was blown away at how tight the band is. Great show. I will be there this Sat night and bringing some friends.

    • admin says:

      Awesome! We are pleased to be back in Plymouth at the BBC!
      Charlie and Rick grew up in Plymouth, so this is like a home coming show:)
      Thanks for saying hi.

  3. Lorraine Lee says:

    HI, we went to Foxboro live last night, and your band was OUTSTANDING, INCREDIBLE, and your guitar player blue away Jimmy Vaugh. You guys should have been the headliners! Will follow you on July 30th at Point Breeze in Webster. We can’t wait to hear the “SMOKING GUITAR” Thanks for the entertainment.
    Lorraine and J.Wm Ouellette

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