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Open For Business

by Dan Bliss

acoustic blues guitarist singer from Kansas City
Genre: Blues: Acoustic Blues
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  Song Share Time Download
1. I'll Let you know If I Do
3:38 album only
2. Please Don't Tease Me
2:43 album only
3. Open For Business
3:28 album only
4. You're So Pretty
3:24 album only
5. I've Been To Memphis
4:18 album only
6. Back By My Side
3:10 album only
7. Get Together With You
3:26 album only
8. Hello Baby
4:07 album only
9. Key To The Highway
3:23 album only
10. Fishin' Blues
3:09 album only
11. Pony Boy
4:35 album only
12. Is You Is Or Is You Ain't My Baby
3:51 album only


Album Notes
That’s What I’m Here For, the latest CD from Kansas City guitarist Dan Bliss, was released in December 2007. Featuring 12 new original songs, this self produced CD follows his first release, Open For Business.

Bliss keeps a busy performance schedule around the Midwest and has appeared three times at the New York State Blues Festival. He has twice made the top three (2005 & 2007) in the International Fingerstyle Guitar Championship at the Walnut Valley Festival in Winfield, KS and has opened shows for artists such as Steve James, Marcia Ball, Honeyboy Edwards, Henry Townsend, Johnnie Johnson, Kelley Hunt, The Waybacks, John McCutcheon and fingerstyle guitar masters Nick Charles and Tim Thompson.

Originally from upstate New York, Bliss has made his home for over 20 years in Kansas City, inspired by the traditions of blues and jazz and the incredible wealth of local talent. While his focus is solo acoustic performance, he has also played with Kelley Hunt and his own band Bluetonium. In addition to solo shows he also currently appears with fellow Kansas City guitarists Rod Fleeman, Tom DeMasters and Bill Dye in a blues & jazz guitar quartet called “KC GUITAR 4.”



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Michael Bailey

Dan Bliss is the Balm!
Heard this on the radio when Dan was on KKFI-FM
and just had to have it. Imaginative and soulful, Dan Bliss really can play that thing!

Tom Domine

Fun for the whole family
I've had this CD for almost 10 years and it is rarely out of my CD player. Great voice, great guitar, great arangements and great songs. See him live, it's a treat.