Gene Deer

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Gene Deer
Origin Indianapolis, Indiana, United States
Genres Blues, rock, country blues, country
Labels Slippery Noodle Inn[1]

Gene Deer is an American blues, rock, and country musician/singer/songwriter based out of Indianapolis, Indiana. Regularly playing shows at the historic Slippery Noodle Inn in Indianapolis, he has recorded and released two LPs for the Slippery Noodle Sound label.

He was voted the "Best Local Blues Band" for nine consecutive years (1995–2003) by the readers of Nuvo Newsweekly.

In 2002, Gene was hired by Indy car driver Kenny Brack as band leader and musical director for Kenny Brack and the Subwoofers, which toured with the Indy Racing League in 2003. Kenny Brack and the Subwoofers released a CD "Live in Nashville" featuring former Lynyrd Skynyrd guitarist Ed King.

In 2007, he did a tour of South Africa with a support band called The Raging Calm.


Soul Tender[edit]

Released 1994

  1. C'mon Back
  2. Nature of the Beast
  3. Don't Turn Your Back (on the Blues)
  4. Every'thang Gonna Be Alright
  5. Midnight Healing
  6. Be Set Free
  7. Deep River Blues
  8. That Ain't Why
  9. Erin's Blues
  10. My Baby She's Gone
  11. Whisper in My Ear (bills to pay, bye bye)

Livin' With The Blues[edit]

Released 1997

  1. Just Shoulda' Lay'd Off'a the Booze
  2. Too Far Gone
  3. I Want Out
  4. One Foot on the Road
  5. Good with the Bad
  6. Livin' with the Blues
  7. Smokestack Lightning
  8. Potato Soup
  9. Can't Afford to Pay the Rent
  10. Blues in the Afternoon
  11. Morristown
  12. Dream


  1. ^ Record label Archived September 5, 2008 at the Wayback Machine

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