Purveying a warm, down-to-earth style informed by pre-war blues and '60s folk, singer/songwriter Eric Bibb was at the forefront of a 1990s country-blues revival. The son of famous folk revivalist Leon Bibb, Eric began recording in the early '70s, and released a series of albums on the Opus 3 label. He relocated to Sweden in the '80s, where he toured with slide guitar player Göran Wennerbrandt and supported blues legend Taj Mahal. After signing to Warner Brothers Records’ Code Blue imprint, he released the excellent ME TO YOU in 1997. Bibb moved to England and formed his own Manhaton Records, and in 2001, joined forces with his father on a well-received duet album. Bibb continued to record prolifically into the '00s.