Anna Dukke

Anna Dukke is a singer from La Mancha who grew up in one of the loneliest mountains in the south of the Iberian peninsula: Sierra Morena. She preferably opts for the musical genres that appeared in the first decades of the 20th century in the United States, ranging from gospel, to Delta blues, through rhythm & blues, with nuances and great rockabilly influence.

After several months in Mexico and the United States immersing herself in the roots of music through mythical routes such as the 66 and the Great River Road 61, Anna discovers herself in front of the original sources of what is now her own style and repertoire, and she has the fortune, in addition to the recognition from public and critics, to sing in places such as the famous The Little Longhorn Saloon in Austin or the Bad Apple Blues Club in Clarksdale, Mississippi, one of the temples of the Delta blues.

Anna Dukke (voice & rhythm guitar)
Isidro Rodríguez (bass)
Andrés Sáez (drums)
Emi Ernesto (lead guitar)