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When Born and raised in New York, harmonica genius Sugar Blue began his career as a street musician, he grew up listening to the jazz greats and then honed his chops by wailing along with Bob Dylan (with whom he would later record…) and Stevie Wonder songs on the radio. Like many american musicians before him Sugar Blue left these…

Jackie Scott, singer, songwriter and producer, is a native of Virginia who received her training early singing in the baptist church. Music played an important part in the worship experience and after singing gospel for 20 years, she felt a call to the blues. Her first introduction to live blues took place at a Buddy Guy concert and was followed…

When Major Handy was just 15, Otis Redding tried to talk Major’s mother into letting him join his band. But Mom wouldn’t let him go. Not many years later, zydeco legends Rockin’ Dopsie and Stanley ‘Buckwheat’ Dural both asked Major to play guitar in their bands. He ended up working with Rockin’ Dopsie for 12 years and with Buckwheat for…

Soul music represents true facts of life, inspiration, feelings and understanding, and Uvee Hayes’ twenty-plus years as a recording artist has left thousands of fans and listeners delighted with her interpretations of her repertoire that includes everything from Rhythm and Blues, Soul, and Torchy Love Songs to the Delta Blues. She has a reputation of being a crowd pleaser and…

For more than 25 years Kevin “B.F.” Burt has been electrifying audiences throughout the Midwest dispelling the myth that true blues has no roots in Iowa. His soul-inspired presentation is unique which consistently get him compared to a range of artists like Bill Withers and Aaron Neville, with the ability to build an audience rapport that has been compared to…

Richard “Rip Lee” Pryor didn’t have to go far for his blues pass. He was born into it, he is the son of the legendary Snooky Pryor. Rip started at a young tender age blowing his dad’s discarded harmonicas and mimicking his records. Rip played guitar in several local soul bands while in high school. In 1994, he started playing…

Carl Weathersby was born in 1953, in Jackson, Mississippi and moved to East Chicago, Indiana with his family when he was eight. When he started playing guitar as a teen he said his father always had musician friends stopping by the house. One that used to come by often was this big guy that Carl only knew as Albert, the…

Wayne Baker Brooks is considered one of todays top guitarists who’s signature style combines powerful vocals with liquid fire guitar playing that honors his rich blues heritage yet effortlessly expands the boundaries of the genre. Born and raised in Chicago, IL amongst the most prolific blues legends and blues masters in the world, Wayne Baker Brook’s blues roots may run…

“Nora Jean sounds just like I did when I was her age. She is one of the new upcoming women that’s singing the real blues. I know she is going to make it.” – Koko Taylor Nora Jean Bruso (now Nora Jean Wallace) is a Chicago Blues singer with deep Delta roots. Like so many blues greats that hail from…

Fabrizio Poggi singer, harmonica player and writer is 2018 Grammy Awards Nominee, Hohner Lifetime Award, 2018 and 2014 Blues Music Award nominee , Blues Blast Music Award nominee, Jimi Award winner as “Best International album”, Jimi Award nominee as “Best album of the year” and Jimi Award nominee as “Best harmonica player”. 22 albums to date, 4 books, and numerous appearances around the globe, he played at the most…

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