Daddy Long Legs’ Murat Aktürk on his open G anarchy: “I keep all six strings on there, unlike Keith Richards who takes off the low E – I have to work harder”

by GuitarDomain

Described as ‘New York City’s most diabolical rhythm and blues street gang’, Daddy Long Legs look and sound every bit the city that spawned them. The trio’s new album takes its title Street Sermons title from time spent disturbing the peace on New York street corners with busked sets of their raucous blues-abilly rock ’n’ roll tunes. 

“We worked backwards from The New York Dolls covering Bo Diddley,” explains guitarist Murat Aktürk, who first became enchanted by NYC’s legendary punk scene, before finding a love and talent for blues music. 

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