Luba Dvorak

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LUBA DVORAK (pronounced: DVOR-zhack), in black attire and armed with an acoustic guitar, has been called a Dylan-Springsteen-Cash combo with his earthy vocal style and enticing storytelling. Born in the Czech Republic and raised in Vancouver, Canada, Mr.Dvorak has been playing and writing music most of his life. As his last name suggests he comes from a long line of musicians and is not far down the family tree from world-renowned composer Antonin Dvorak. Currently residing in Brooklyn NY he’s active as a session musician, side-man, producer and owner of Starr Street Sound Studio.

 

Luba uses La Bella VSE1150 & VSA1252

His latest release “Starr Street Blues” is a six song collective giving an introspective road map of the modern day troubadour, touching on social and personal issues along with bringing to life his unique brand of Brooklyn Twang.
“Starr Street Blues” is a six song EP recorded at Rubber Tracks studio in Brooklyn New York in one day. The album features Larry Oakes (Bad Company/Foreigner) on piano, Tony Tino (Gavin Degraw/ Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes) on Bass, Mark Greenberg (Dickey Betts/Leroy Parnell/Rescue Me TV series) on drums, Benny Landa (Grahm Nash, Joe Vitale) on guitar and Greg McMullen (Chis Whitley/Trixie Whitley) on pedal Steel.

“Hellfire” and “Black River Flow” were co-written by Natalie Oakes who also lends her vocals to the two tracks.

After releasing his first full length album “Parts For Sale” and touring the US and Europe multiple times, Mr.Dvorak relocated to New York City in 2005 and recorded “Hotel La Rence” in Rockaway Beach NY. In 2009, collaborating with his new band “the Banned”, he recorded a collection of songs entitled “Under the Radar” . The Album is a collection of ten songs cut live off the floor at Pilot Studios in New York City with long time producer Allan Rodger.

Mr.Dvorak lives in Brooklyn NY with his wife Yuna and cat Benny.

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