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12 tracks of original Blues material from Derrick Procell. Pre-order now. Shipping in early October. With guest appearances from Blues Legends Eddie Shaw, Steady Rollin’ Bob Margolin and Billy Branch. Co-written with Grammy winner Terry Abrahamson. FREE SHIPPING.




Derrick’s been singing since he was a kid.  He was in bar bands before he was legal.  He did his first recording as the lead singer in a band, Mothers Worry, when he was 16, and ever since then he’s been Mr. Studio Guy.

Derrick is a natural singer and musician. Originally hailing from Milwaukee, he was always a sought after front man. This led him to a lengthy stint with Midwestern faves, Arroyo. His energy and talent together made him irresistible to audiences. Always in great demand, he has logged over a million hours on stage and in the studio, including providing vocals for advertising giants like McDonald’s, Chevy, Budweiser, Coca-Cola and Kellogg’s.

You’ve probably noticed that most really great singers play an instrument, too.  No exception here.  Derrick plays piano and totally rocks on the harmonica.  So, of course, an incredible singer who’s also a smokin’ musician is going to write songs.  Some earlier stuff that he wrote for the bands he was in won all kinds of awards. Derrick’s songs have been recorded by The Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir, Logan Daniels and Melissa Manchester.

MyNameIsEarlYou have heard Derrick’s songs on My Name is Earl, TrueBloodCriminal Minds, Boston Legal, Saving Grace, Providence, True Blood, and King of the Hill.


KingOfTheHillDerrick’s songs have been included in projects byThe American Cancer Society, Music From the Heart and The Children’s Heart Foundation. He has also been the recipient of songwriting awards from the Wisconsin Area Music Institute, Los Angeles Songwriters Showcase and Billboard Magazine.

Derrick writes from the heart, but he can also write on demand.  He has his own home studio, Hear & Now, where he produces his own stuff and where he also records and produces for other musicians and voice actors.