Karp’s album, “Roadtrip,” was produced by Dae Bennett (Tony Bennett’s son and producer) and released on John Prine’s record label. Sue Foley, meanwhile, is 100 percent blues. The Juno Award-winning Canadian guitarslinger has been churning it out ever since her debut disc, 1992’s “Young Girl Blues.”
After a brief meeting at the 2006 Ottawa Blues Festival, Karp and Foley attempted to record a duet together, but they both agree that the results were laughable.
Fortunately, a few years later, they gave it another try. And this time around, everything gelled and the results became the album, “He Said, She Said,” an eclectic collection that embraces folk, jazz and flamenco, in addition to the blues.
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