Pamela Polston of Seven Days Newspaper said. "Blue Fox's vocals are deep-lazy-growly-sexy, and his guitar playing is ultra-strength."
Art Edelstein of the Times Argus Newspaper says, "One of the few authentic blues musicians in Vermont - well worth the listen."
Blue is currently working on a children's CD, performing kids/family shows, (performed at Montpelier 2009 First Night Kid Show) solo folk/blues shows, and shows with his band, Blue Fox & the Rockin' Daddys, who also do all acoustic shows as the "Acoustasonics".
In the 1980's, Blue played almost everyplace that had street musicians (Boston, New York, New Orleans, Austin, San Francisco, etc.) In 1984 Blue moved to the Boston area and made his living playing in Harvard Square and clubs around the City. He was a regular at the blues jams and studied guitar with Paul Rishell.
"Blue Fox has been a fixture on the blues scene since he arrived in Vermont in 1990..." - Charlie Frazier, Good Citizen Magazine.
Blue's first CD, The Way Things Go, was with a trio. His second CD, Shades of Blue, is a mix of solo and his band. Both got good reviews and sold well. Songs from these CDs are featured on all four of the Best of the Green Mountain Blues CDs. His third CD, Solo Blue, features Blue as a solo artist in a mix of studio and live performances.
Two different persons were so inspired by a Blue Fox performance, they put on their own music festivals. (Bill Eustis - Brookfield Blues & Funk Festival & Sandy Bazzano - Pondstock)
"He is well-known locally as a player of relentless energy, passion and showmanship." - Charlie Frazier, Good Citizen Magazine.