Romance and passion, Gypsies and tangos, Eastern folk grabs some jazz and blues, travels to the middle east and does a soulmate dance of originals featuring Corry Suter on Vocals and Shakey Reay Suter on Diatonic Harmonica and Keyboards.
Corry's smooth and sensual vocals and Shakey Reay's soulful harmonica-playing break new ground covering jazz, blues and world music styles.
Their debut CD "Luna Lisa" features a large cast of supporting musicians playing guitars, basses, accordions, didgeridus, congas, drums, keyboards and harmony vocals, as well as a guest appearance by fellow harmonica player Brian McFadyen.
Little Blue Planet's live performances range from small café's to large festivals and they perform in trio to 8-piece band format depending on the venue.
The harmonica playing of Shakey Reay Suter has enhanced the airwaves, stereos and stages of Canada and the United States for over twenty years. Reay spent most of the 80’s on the road out of Winnipeg, performing in blues, country, country-rock, and folk acts at clubs and festivals across Canada. His bands there included the popular band Steelwater and The Bourbon Street Blues Band. In late 1988, Shakey Reay arrived in Vancouver, where he became a mainstay of the studio scene, recording on countless jingles, demos and Cd’s, including recording sessions with Will Millar (Irish Rovers), Colin James, Jack Lavin (Powder Blues), Billy Cowsill, and The Last Wild Sons. His bands there included a year with Muddy Fraser Band, two years with Clyde Roulette, a year with The T-Bones, and a year with Russell Jackson (BB King's bassist for 7 years). With Russell and Clyde he toured extensively in U.S. and Canada. In 1991, Shakey won the Yale Hotel Harp Wars Championship. Shakey Reay moved to Vancouver Island in 1993, where he fronted The Shakey Reay Band for 2 ½ years and released the recording 'Straight Ahead'. That same year, 1993 Shakey met his wife, artist/vocalist Corry Suter. In 1996, Shakey was a founding member of the JAS Trio with Al Eskelson and Jim Kent, playing jazz standards and originals at restaurants and festivals. For the last 10 years Shakey Reay has been a member of The Headhunters R&B band which has a housegig hosting the Cowichan Community Centre’s Blues Cabaret.