Stan Webb is the leader and guitarist with Chicken Shack, a blues band founded in 1965. The original band featured Christine Perfect, who later married John McVie and joined Fleetwood Mac, drummer Dave Bidwell and bassist Andy Sylvester, who later played bass for Savoy Brown. Chicken Shack charted the single "I'd Rather Go Blind" in 1967, an Ellington Jordan and Billy Foster tune. Stan Webb still tours and has released a number of solo albums, including 2001's Webb on the Indigo Records label.
T-99 (Amsterdam/The Netherlands) has proven to belong to the top of the alternative European roots scene of today. With their eclectic mix of rock 'n' roll, blues, country, surf, punk together with a touch of eastern European and north African influences, they tour all over Europe since 1999. T-99 are three young bohemian characters and an old dog, playing on vintage and weird instruments with wild energy and a high dose of passion, carrying out an original blend of musical styles what could be defined as the T-99 sound.
Since picking up his first guitar at the age of four, Scott McKeon has devoted himself to the mastery of his craft and can now be considered to be one of the most gifted and naturally talented guitarist, singer/songwriters emerging on the UK blues rock scene. He plays with the technical expertise and passion that is the envy of musicians many years his senior. Scott made his debut on national television at the age of just seven and as the 1998 winner of Guitarist Magazine’s “Young Guitarist of the Year” title...
Polish blues rock band lead by Sebastian Riedel (the son of Ryszard Riedel of Dżem fame).
King Mo’s music can best be described as soulful blues with a rock-edge. In addition to their original songs they play King Mo arrangements of Freddie King and Ian Siegal tunes. Their 3rd CD "King Of The Town" was released May 28, 2011. 3 nominations for the Dutch Blues Awards, 2 times CD of the year, the band performed on stages like the BB King’s Blues Club in Memphis, or Dutch major festival Ribs & Blues in Raalte, a record deal with Grooveyard Records (USA), are references that count in only the two years the band has been touring.
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http://www.danafuchs.com/ The youngest of six musical children, Dana was raised in Wildwood, Florida. At the age of twelve she joined the First Baptist Gospel Choir and began singing in public. At sixteen she was fronting a popular local band at a roadside Holiday Inn. She moved to New York City at nineteen. She began collaborating with Jon Diamond, a guitarist who had toured with Joan Osborne and W.C. Handy Award winner Debbie Davies. They formed the Dana Fuchs Band. The band was a feature act at a number of clubs, performing with the likes of John Popper, James Cotton, and Taj Mahal.
Hokie Joint, a new band, formed November 2007, are exciting audiences everywhere that they play with their own refreshing brand of raw blues based music. The sound is fresh, vibrant and appealing.
The line up consists of a startling combination of youth and experience.
JoJo provides an expressive visual performance along with a voice that compels anyone to listen to his devilish tones.
Joel’s enthralling guitar playing casts a magical spell impossible to resist.
Stephen drives his rhythmic steam train through it all, pulling more faces than Frankie Howerd on acid.
Born in Shreveport, Louisiana in 1977, music has always been in Lance Lopez's blood...as early as being in the womb. When the family had parties at their home, in rural Shreveport, Lance would bounce and roll in his mother's womb the louder the music got. They would play the records of Joe Tex, K.C. and the Sunshine Band and many other old school artists. Lance's father was stationed in the Army in Germany with Elvis Presley in the late 1950's and had a friendship with the legendary entertainer which had a profound influence on young LL.