About Lucille

  Lucille is a guitarist, vocalist, songwriter and producer. Her Cherokee/Louisiana French heritage strongly influences both the energy and content of her music. She began learning guitar at the age of four, inspired by her father, J. F., who was a talented professional in his own right. Her mother, Lillian, a delta blues singer and songwriter, introduced her daughter to the blues.

At 15, Lucille was playing in the local clubs in and around her hometown in the delta swamp lands of Louisiana. By seventeen, she was touring with bands on the 'Chitlin' Circuit' as they made their way from New Orleans to Memphis and Chicago. Lucille's tours as guitarist for LITTLE MILTON and her many performances with ALBERT KING, helped solidify her blues style. In addition, Lucille has performed with MEMPHIS SLIM, DR. JOHN, ZZ HILL, R L BURNSIDE, SAMEY MEYERS, LITTLE JOHNNY WOODS, MOJO BUFORD, GARY US BONDS, GARLAND JEFFERYS, JOHNNY LITTLE JOHN, FINGERS TAYLOR. and  DOROTHY MOORE where she was also music director. She also was guitarist/vocalist in the RICHARD BELZER HBO Comedy Special, ‘Conspiracy’.  Lucille can be seen performing in Abel Ferrara’s movie, THE BLACKOUT,' starring Dennis Hopper & Matthew Modine.  Look for Lucille performing in renowned blues documentary filmaker ROBERT MUGGE'S blues docu/movie, THE LAST OF THE MISSISSIPPI JUKES, on the STARZ cable movie network. If you missed the movie, you can catch her performances on The DVD and Soundtrack, released worldwide on Sanctuary Records/BMG.   There is also a screenplay written about Lucille's true blues adventures while she was on tour with Little Milton. "BLUEBIRD" currently in development by Emerald Pictures in New York City.  

Be sure to view Lucille's  guestbook entries where European promoters and fans from across the world have left wonderful reviews & praises and request for more CDs from The Red Hot Blues Mama, Lucille!




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