Inspired by early Blues and R&B legends of the 60's and 70's, Regina began singing and playing piano at the tender age of five. Ten years later, after picking up a guitar, she was performing. As the years went by, she had two children and raised them on her own. Life and love gave Regina more than enough inspiration to sing the blues. Her new single, "Don't You Put Your Hands On Me" is already being broadcast on radio stations both in the US and abroad. The original song, produced by Tomas Doncker and James Dellatacoma for True Groove Records, tackles the issue of domestic violence and is in advance of her upcoming album. It features Tomas Doncker, Michael Hill and some of the county's premier musicians. She also wrote the songs, both music & lyrics, on her stunning debut recording "Open Up the Door." Bluesman Michael Hill produced and played on the record. This collection of tunes represents modern blues with a ton of soul and storytelling at it's finest. The album was a #1 Pick To Click and featured in the "Rack Of Blues" on Siriusxm BB King's Bluesville radio and is still receiving airplay around the globe. Regina's scorching vocals, songwriting and keyboard playing are garnering worldwide attention.
The new single receiving airplay on SiriusXm BB King's Bluesville in their "Rack Of Blues" countdown!
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"Open Up the Door" in the Amazon Blues Top 40!