I I'm very glad and honored to join Trudy Lynn & Steve Krase next European tour as her drummer. We (me and the Delta Blues Riders) will be the supporting band starting at Seia's Jazz & Blues Fest in Portugal. (VIDEO OF THE SHOW AT THE BOTTOM)
Use of her stage name of Trudy Lynn was in place when she performed with the Rhythmaires in the late 1960s.
In the 1970s, Lynn expanded her performing base from clubs in Houston, to regional work and then overseas.
Lynn's recording career did not start until 1989, when Ichiban Records released the first of five albums she recorded for them.
The following year, Come to Mama also peaked at No. 76 in the same chart.
A mixture of southern soul and blues, her early albums were produced by Buzz Amato.
Her 1999 release, U Don't Know What Time It Is, issued by Ruf Records, was short of double entendres in the lyrics, which had been a trademark up to that time.
Her live album, Blues Power: Trudy's Blues (2004), had guitar work by Carl Weathersby.
One of her most recent outputs was I'm Still Here, released in May 2006.
It was recorded with the Calvin Owens Blues Orchestra.
I'm Still Here was nominated for a Blues Music Award in 2007 in the 'Best Soul Blues Album' category.
Lynn herself was nominated as 'Best Soul Blues Artist'.
In 2014, Lynn was nominated for a Blues Music Award in the 'Koko Taylor Award (Traditional Blues Female)' category.
more info: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trudy_Lynn