Bridget Kelly Band
Inspired by classic & electric blues, the Bridget Kelly Band has placed their unique stamp on the blues genre, with high-energy live performances and a hybrid sound that mixes Texas and Memphis Blues with various Southern Blues traditions.
Bryan Lee lost his eyesight and was legally blind by the age of eight. The man now known as “Braille Blues Daddy” started out playing for Midwest crowds at the early age of 15.
At the age of eight, Cain taught himself to play guitar and began playing professionally before he was eighteen.
Christone “Kingfish” Ingram
Born in 1999, Kingfish began playing the drums at age 6, bass guitar at the age of 9, and lead guitar at the age of 11.
Harper and Midwest Kind
An amalgamation of blues, soul and world music, multi award winning Australian singer/songwriter “Peter D. Harper” creates a heady mix of roots music through his creative use of the harmonica, and the haunting drone of the didgeridoo.
In some ways, Roots R&B/Americana singer/songwriter/piano player/guitarist Kelley Hunt is a rarity and a challenge to the music industry’s penchant for easy artist definitions.
Memphis Rub Band
A high energy show that has dynamic vocals, soaring guitar and a tight rhythm section.
Castro Coleman a-k-a Mr. Sipp, “The Mississippi Blues Child” began playing the guitar at the tender age of 6.
Shakura’s long-simmering career initially moved into high gear in 2008 with a triumph at the International Blues Challenge in Memphis, when she earned the runner-up position, competing against more than 100 bands from more than 20 different countries.
At age 15, Trey Wanvig, a local blues guitarist and singer songwriter has already accomplished a great deal.
The Blues is in very good hands via this standout “connection”. A “Real Deal” guitarist joins forces with one of the most gifted vocalists to come along in years, in a game changing, soul grabbing, musical tour de force!