“I don’t think it will be so much of me playing examples of Indian music, since that would take months alone to accomplish, but more ideas and styles that I can apply to what I do,” Reynolds said.
His journey will be a change of pace from his usual international travels when he is typically asked to speak at different conferences about his music.
“I’ve traveled to Europe where I’ve given seminars,” he said. “Usually they want to hear about American blues or folk music. I know exactly what it is that draws me to it — it’s all very rhythmic.
“I love when I get to perform in areas like Mississippi. People will get up and dance when I play, and you don’t get that so much around here.”
Reynolds’ latest CD, “Shake That Thing,” is available for sale and his “tip jar” is open for donation on his website at revrobert.com.