Dave Specter &  Joel Frankel | Got the Bulls Game On

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Got the Bulls Game On

by Dave Specter & Joel Frankel

Delmark recording artist and blues great, Dave Specter teams up with Children's Entertainer and songwriter, Joel Frankel with a song celebrating the Chicago Bulls. Vocals by Ken Saydak.
Genre: Blues: Blues Vocals
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Delmark recording artist and blues great, Dave Specter teams up with Children's Entertainer and songwriter, Joel Frankel with a song celebrating the Chicago Bulls. Vocals by Ken Saydak.

Dave Specter
Blues guitarist, bandleader and producer Dave Specter has earned an international reputation as one of the premier young talents on the Chicago blues scene. Since 1985 Specter has performed regularly at top Chicago blues and jazz clubs in addition to festivals and concert halls throughout the USA. Since 1989 Dave has toured internationally with performances in Brazil, Israel, Spain, England, Holland, Denmark, France, Italy, Germany, Norway, Belgium, Switzerland, Poland, Luxembourg, Mexico and Canada.
Before forming his own band in 1989, Specter toured extensively throughout the U.S. and Europe behind such blues greats as Son Seals, The Legendary Blues Band, Hubert Sumlin, Sam Lay and Steve Freund. Specter has also performed and recorded with such blues and jazz artists as Buddy Guy, Junior Wells, Otis Rush, Jimmy Rogers, Robert Jr. Lockwood, Jimmy Johnson, Jack McDuff, Johnny Adams, Snooky Pryor, Kim Wilson, Tad Robinson, John Primer, Johnny Littlejohn, B.B. Odom, Mighty Joe Young, Valerie Wellington, Magic Slim, Lonnie Brooks, Willie Kent, Ronnie Earl, Eric Alexander, Otis Clay, Floyd McDaniel, Pinetop Perkins and Sunnyland Slim.
Among Dave Specter's critically acclaimed recordings, his 1991 release Bluebird Blues reached the #1 spot on both the Living Blues national radio charts and the Tower Records blues charts. Blues Access magazine called his CD, Left Turn on Blue, "an absolutely gorgeous blend of vintage blues and jazz." Specter also appears on compilation CDs with artists such as Eric Clapton, Carlos Santana, B.B. King, Muddy Waters and Junior Wells.
Dave's latest CD, Spectified features special guest David Hidalgo from Los Lobos and Brother John Kattke from the bands of Buddy Guy and Otis Rush. "Specter's ninth album confirms his status as one of the few top-tier guitarists." Downbeat 4 Star review.
Specter's guitar playing can be heard on national TV and radio commercials for Kraft Foods and Northwest Airlines. Dave's recently been featured in Vintage Guitar and Downbeat magazines and has been a 5 time Critic's Choice in The Chicago Reader.

Joel Frankel
Singer, songwriter and children’s entertainer, Joel Frankel, has been captivating listeners of all ages with his engaging original songs for nearly two decades. By combining his musical talents with his background in education, Joel presents an energized, creative performance that is stimulating for kids and appreciated by adults.
Joel’s four children’s albums have received numerous awards, including his most recent album, “Ship of Chocolate Chips,” which received the Parent’s Choice Award. Joel’s songs are heard on FM, AM and satellite radio stations around the world and have been featured on The Learning Channel, MTV and NBC. “We Go Together,” which remains one of
Joel’s most beloved songs, was featured in Big, the classic motion picture starring Tom Hanks.
Prior to writing children’s songs, Joel lived in Los Angeles and worked with legendary songwriter, Barry
Mann, renowned producer, Steve Tyrell, and played in the rock band Down Boy Down with Eddie Ganet.
Joel even made a cameo appearance as an accordionist in Father of the Bride, starring Steve Martin and
Diane Keaton.
Currently, Joel lives in Chicago with his wife and kids. He is a faculty member at the Old Town School of Folk Music and regularly plays shows in Chicago and across the country.



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