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‘Ruzz Guitar’s Blues Revue’ – A powerful, Soul injected Blues/R’n’B/Rock’n’Roll band hailing from Bristol UK and lead by Gretsch endorsed guitarist Ruzz Guitar. After taking inspiration from many great guitarists such as Wilko Johnson, Brian Setzer, Jim Heath and Jimmie Vaughan, Ruzz has developed what he has learnt into his own style which is quickly becoming recognized around the globe.
Little Victor, a.k.a “The Beale Street Blues Bopper” is a multi-award-winning musician and producer, famous for the quality of his shows -a mix of authentic old-school rockin’ blues and cabaret stage antics- and the outstanding artistic quality of his records and productions. He’s an exemplary keeper of the fame. His joyous showmanship and larger than life personality has made him a popular international festival attraction for decades until he practically almost retired from live activities -to focus on production and other stuff -before recently moving to the UK. Little Victor is back with a new groundbreaking album “Deluxe Lo-Fi” and he’s ready to hit the road again!
The Jelly Roll Men are on a mission! They want to the bring old-school blues to everybody out there. They band earned a solid reputation for beings a great live act and a real crowd-pleaser. Make no mistake. In spite of their stage antics, these guys take their music seriously. They don’t play old-school blues to be different, they play it because it’s in their soul. Their debut album “Jelly Roll Shuffle” -produced by award-winner producer and musician Little Victor -who also guests on the record- features the most authentic 1950’s blues sounds.
Dusty Dave & The Heart Attacks are new on the scene and smell like brisk haircream, water of cologne and guest room soap. But the makers of the band Lucky Steve, Dynamite White, Ray Black, Rockin’ Bende und Dusty Dave are already playing successfully in other bands, like the The Booze Bombs, Devils & Sons, The Hidden Charms or Fenders 55.
The Broadkasters were formed over 10 years ago and specialise in playing vintage blues from the ’50’s…influence mainly by the Sun Records and Chess records releases of the time .
Black Patti, named after a short-lived Jazz/Blues record label in 1927, has dedicated themselves to the early roots of acoustic blues. The German duo consists of professional musicians Peter Crow C. (guitar, slide, harmonica, vocals) and Ferdinand Kraemer (a.k.a. Mr. Jelly Roll, guitar, mandolin, vocals).
This band has been one of the most in demand old-school rockin’ blues combo on the international blues scene for many long years. They played and they still play at the best clubs and festivals and and festivals in the Old Continent on regular bases. Egidio “Juke” Ingala & The Jacknives are famous for delivering highly energetic live performances and also the high quality of the music they perform. They are a top notch band that plays Chicago and West Coast Blues thrilling audiences with their explosive performances in many different Countries.
Little Walter Jacobs was arguably the most influential blues harmonica players of all time and he still is. Veteran harp player Mo Al Jaz brings Little Walter back to life with an honest and heartfelt tribute to Walter and his music. The album “The Blues of Little Walter” (originally released on Mo’s own CHEST Records) produced by multiple award-winner Little Victor really sounds and looks like a Little Walter album from the 1950’s. Lot of people tried to get the famous CHESS sound for decades, Only very few got this close.
It is a welcome return to the uk and European blues scene for long time blues guitar player Dexter Shaw. A truly great classic, traditional blues player he paid his dues many moons ago with roots going back to doctor feelgood and in his own right a as a respected guitarist. He became known to many of us with his appearance and great chops on the London and uk blues scene ,he played along side many of the very finest uk blues musicians going on to form his very own fine band ” Dexter Shaw and the Wolftones”.
28 years together, many tours around the globe, thousands of shows and a dozen of albums under their belts, these guys are the real deal. They play their music so well that that it’s hard to believe BB AND THE BLUES SHACKS are actually from Germany. Their mixture of blues and rhythm and blues with a touch of early soul, gave the band a solid base of faithful fans all over Europe, America and the rest of World.
Rockin’ Rhythm & Swingin’ Blues, that’s a name suited to the music served up by the frontman, guitarist & singer Nico Duportal, who leads his “real deal” band, The Rhythm Dudes. Nico draws on the full spectrum of the deep black roots of Afro -American music and performs some of the finest early Blues and Rhythm ‘n Blues music being played in Europe today.
Benny & the flybyniters have been a stalwart of the Melbourne roots music scene since 1999. From humble beginings playing local bars and pubs, to tours and Festivals in the USA and Europe, the Flybyniters have made their mark. Backing the likes of Lazy Lester, Big Jay McNeely, Ska/Bluebeat great Owen Gray, to name few, Benny & the flybyniters have always been the go to band in Australia for your Rhythm & Blues fix.
Steve Baker is one of today’s most influential harp players and an integral part of the modern harmonica scene. He was born and raised in London, England and now lives near Hamburg, Germany, where he first came in the late 1970s with the Anglo-American jugband “Have Mercy”.
Tony Sheridan (Anthony Esmond Sheridan McGinnity; 21 May 1940 – 16 February 2013) was an English rock and roll singer-songwriter and guitarist. He was best known as an early collaborator of the Beatles (though the record was labelled as being with “The Beat Brothers”), one of two non-Beatles (the other being Billy Preston) to receive label performance credit on a record with the group, and the only non-Beatle to appear as lead singer on a Beatles recording which charted as a single.
Alexis Korner (born Alexis Andrew Nicholas Koerner; 19 April 1928 – 1 January 1984) was a British blues musician and radio broadcaster, who has sometimes been referred to as “a founding father of British blues”. A major influence on the sound of the British music scene in the 1960s, Korner was instrumental in bringing together various English blues musicians.
Take a big bucket of unpolished Mississippi juke joint boogie and blend it with another bucket of laid back down home blues. Add a teacup of swamp pop, a tablespoon of hillbilly and a pound of profane, ecstatic gospel and you´ll have the Kokomo Kings. This is rock´n´roll before rock´n´roll was born. Nothing but primitive, groovy Saturday-night music made for dancing.