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Tony McPhee

Tony McPhee a prominent rock Guitarist fronted the Groundhogs a Rock/Blues Trio and began playing in the early sixties. Tony has also worked as a solo artist or with American Blues Musicians such as John Lee Hooker, Billy Boy Arnold, Champion Jack Dupree and Eddy Boyd.
Tony a presigious guitarist turned down an offer from John Mayall to take the guitar spot when Eric Clapton Left, Tony prefered to be his own master.

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Grace Potter & The Nocturnals

Grace Potter & The Nocturnals are a young, Vermont-based band gaining national attention by selling out tours and stealing hearts of audiences across the nation. The band's original blend of roots, funky blues, soul, and rock conjures up a nostalgic sound most likely found in a record collection from the sixties and early seventies. Leading the charge is 27-year-old Grace Potter whose dynamic vocal ability has drawn comparisons to legends Bonnie Raitt, Aretha Franklin and Janis Joplin and more recently Sheryl Crow and Joan Osborne.

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Vargas Blues Band

”Javier Vargas was born in Madrid. When he was nine years old, he and his family moved to Argentina, where his parents had lived during the Spanish Civil War. They lived in Mendoza, San Luis, Buenos Aires and also in Mar del Plata, where he started playing the guitar with young musicians in places such as garages. He took guitar lessons, and he also used to go clubs to listen to groups playing blues live.

Read more about Vargas Blues Band on Last.fm.

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The Snowdroppers

The Snowdroppers came together in the third quarter of 2007, a group of fucked up misfits and STD carriers with one thing in common; the desire to introduce the blues to a new generation of fans. Realising they were in fact four clean-limbed honkeys, they decided to mix things up a little, which seemed to work in their favour, as their first ever show drew 1300 paying audience members. Of the 1300, only half asked for their money back

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Canned Heat

Canned Heat is a blues-rock/boogie band that formed in Los Angeles in 1965. The group has been noted for its own interpretations of blues material as well as for efforts to promote the interest in this type of music and its original artists. It was launched by two blues enthusiasts, Alan Wilson (1943 – 1970) and Bob Hite (1943 – 1981), who took the name from Tommy Johnson's 1928 Canned Heat Blues, a song about an alcoholic who has desperately turned to drinking Sterno, generically called "canned heat".

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Michael Landau

Michael Landau is a jazz/blues/rock/fusion guitarist based out of Los Angeles. His unique style features an ability to master incredibly difficult technique while demonstrating a wealth of harmonic and tonal ingenuity. His songwriting ability is astounding and underrated, as such masterful compositions such as "Johnny Swing" and "Me/Five Storks" show that Landau is not just a soloist and guru, but a true genius of blues/rock compositions.

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Stan Webb

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.

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Crosscut Saw

There is more than one band that go by the name of "Crosscut Saw" 1)Crosscut Saw are a four-piece rock/blues band formed in the seaside town of Bournemouth in 1997. They mainly play at local venues, but they have had gigs as far away as New Milton and Sway. The quartet operate under the pseudonymns:
- Buffalo Mozzerella (lead vocals, harp)
- Mr. Reg Delmontie (bass)
- Dirk McQuickly (drums, backing vocals)
- The Rhino (guitar, backing vocals)

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