Bill Dicey

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Maryland-born harmonica player/vocalist, Bill Dicey was an important member of New York's blues scene in the 1970s, 80's and early-1990s. The founder and host of a weekly jam session at New York blues…
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Maryland-born harmonica player/vocalist, Bill Dicey was an important member of New York's blues scene in the 1970s, 80's and early-1990s. The founder and host of a weekly jam session at New York blues club, Dan Lynch, since 1979, he provided an early forum for such artists as the Holmes Brothers and Popa Chubby. He made additional contributions to the nightspot's success by booking featured artists and leading the club's resident band, which included his son, Joe, on guitar.

Known for his ability to play a "C" harmonica in five keys, Dicey recorded his sole album, Fool In Love, in 1987. He succumbed to cancer in 1993.