LUBA DVORAK ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ October 2018

Luba Dvorak

“I have been a part of NYSongwriters since 2005. It has been a very important platform for me to hone my craft and opened many doors for me both personally and professionally. A must for any songwriter in New York City. Thank you!!”


LUBA DVORAK (pronounced: DVOR-zhack) in black attire and armed with an acoustic guitar has been called a Dylan-Springsteen-Cash combo with his earthy vocal style and enticing storytelling.

Born in the Czech Republic and raised in Vancouver, Canada, Mr. Dvorak has been playing and writing music most of his life. As his last name suggests he comes from a long line of musicians and is not far down the family tree from world-renowned composer Antonin Dvorak.

Luba’s new release “Starr Street Blues” is a six song collective giving an Introspective road map of the modern day troubadour, touching on social and personal issues along with bringing to life his unique brand of Gritty New York, Americana music.

“Starr Street Blues” was recorded at Rubber Tracks studio in Brooklyn, New York in one day and features Larry Oakes (Bad Company/Foreigner/Derek Trucks) on piano, Tony Tino (Gavin Degraw/ Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes) on Bass, Mark Greenberg (Dickey Betts/Leroy Parnell/Rescue Me TV series) on drums, Benny Landa (Grahm Nash, Joe Vitale) on guitar and Greg McMullen (Chis Whitley/Trixie Whitley) on pedal Steel.

“Black River Flow” and “Hellfire” were co-written by the talented Natalie Oakes who also lends her vocals to the two tracks.

“Starr Street Blues” is available on iTunes and all other major digital outlets.