Diamond Dac

About Diamond Dac

Bringing the sounds of Mississippi John Hurt, BlindBoy Fuller, Tampa Red, Brownie McGee, Charlie Patton, Willie Walker, Robert Johnson,Blind Willie McTell and many more.

Diamond Dac started his musical life as a fascinated child listening to the radio stations on his parents’ crystal set while playing a toy banjo.

He spent his teenage years starring in bands such as the Fugitives and the BobCats before embarking on an impressive solo career.

Recent years have seen Dac study the world of blues music with an obsessional passion, travelling anywhere and everywhere throughout Europe and the US.

He has listened and learned directly from the old masters, including John Jackson, Louisiana Red, Philadelphia Jerry Ricks and John Cephas, and the great modern performers including Woody Mann, Mike Dowling, John Miller and Michael Messer and Toby Walker..

Diamond Dac’s recordings and live performances are constantly enhancing his reputation as he delivers memorable moments through his six-string and 12-string wooden guitars, banjo and his steel resonator slide guitars.

Dac’s albums Got These Blues,  Live at the Hepworth Gallery,   Old Roots   Lonesome Road,  have been featured on European, Australian and American radio stations and  with a new album out January 2017 Every Day.  he is in constant demand for festivals, concerts, gigs, workshops and private tuition.”

Diamond Dac has performed on Broadway New York, 12000 feet up in the Trap bar in the Rockie Mountains, little French taverns, Pubs clubs art centres and festivals all over the place and has had airplay on many european radio stations and has recorded five albums.

 Dac owns and plays the Vintage Paul Brett Statesboro’ V5000SB-12