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Rodney Hatfield

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The Metropolitan Blues All-Stars

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Ed McClanahan.com • NEWS

edmcclanahan.com [cached]

My old pal Rodney Hatfield, harp virtuoso and vocalist of Lexington's late, lamented Metropolitan Blues All-Stars, Rodney's long-time pal Lee Carroll, former keyboardist for Exile and The Judds, and Lee's extraordinary pal Big Mitch Ivanoff (guitar and vocals), are the nucleus of Tin Can Buddha, a terrific little band that turns up hereabouts every now and then.
At the core of this loose group of artists and musicians are Kentucky native Rodney Hatfield on vocals and harmonica (a celebrated artist formerly with The Hatfield Clan and The Metropolitan Blues All-Stars), and from Harrisburg PA, Lee Carroll on keyboards and Mitch Ivanoff (Central Pennsylvania's most respected interpreters of the blues) on vocals and guitars. Lee introduced Mitch to Rodney Hatfield, an old band mate from his early years in Kentucky, and together they formed an ad hoc outfit calling itself The Nairobi Trio. They played at Louisville art galleries where Rodney - aka Art Snake - had paintings on display, and at a private venue known as The Quilt Box.


www.edmcclanahan.com

My old pal Rodney Hatfield, harp virtuoso and vocalist of Lexington's late, lamented Metropolitan Blues All-Stars, Rodney's long-time pal Lee Carroll, former keyboardist for Exile and The Judds, and Lee's extraordinary pal Big Mitch Ivanoff (guitar and vocals), are the nucleus of Tin Can Buddha, a terrific little band that turns up hereabouts every now and then.
At the core of this loose group of artists and musicians are Kentucky native Rodney Hatfield on vocals and harmonica (a celebrated artist formerly with The Hatfield Clan and The Metropolitan Blues All-Stars), and from Harrisburg PA, Lee Carroll on keyboards and Mitch Ivanoff (Central Pennsylvania's most respected interpreters of the blues) on vocals and guitars. Lee introduced Mitch to Rodney Hatfield, an old band mate from his early years in Kentucky, and together they formed an ad hoc outfit calling itself The Nairobi Trio. They played at Louisville art galleries where Rodney - aka Art Snake - had paintings on display, and at a private venue known as The Quilt Box.


www.news-tribune.net

Not a band, more of an art collective; featuring Kentucky native Rodney Hatfield on vocals and harmonica (a celebrated artist formerly with The Hatfield Clan and The Metropolitan Blues All-Stars), and from Harrisburg Penn., Lee Carroll on keyboards and Mitch Ivanoff on vocals and guitars.


blog.kentuckycenter.org

At the core of the collective are artists/musicians Rodney Hatfield (vocals, harmonica), Lee Carroll (keyboards) and "Big" Mitch Ivanoff (vocals, guitars).
Hatfield, a Kentucky native, is a celebrated artist formerly with The Hatfield Clan and The Metropolitan Blues All-Stars.


Tin Can Buddha Home

www.tincanbuddha.com [cached]

Kentucky native Rodney Hatfield on vocals and harmonica (a celebrated artist formerly with The Hatfield Clan and The Metropolitan Blues All-Stars), and from
Rodney Hatfield - harmonica


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