High Five: Lead Belly, Baby! by Dan Zanes And Friends

Each week Kinderling gives a HIGH FIVE to music, artists, albums and other stuff we think is awesome!

Kinderling’s High Five feature album this week is a heartfelt tribute to a blues legend - Lead Belly, Baby! By the Grammy award-winning Dan Zanes and friends!

The album features a whole host of special guests including contemporary soul artist Aloe Blaac on ‘Boll Weevil’, a choir of kids on ‘More Yet’ and Public Enemy’s Chuck D jumps on singalong classic ‘Skip to My Lou’.

Lead Belly, Baby! Is a great introduction to a blues music legend and and is our High Five feature album this week!

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