Jake Green Band

Jake Green Band is not your average blues band. With remarkably experienced musicians and an extraordinarily strong lead vocal, the band not only aims to venture outside of the boundaries of convention, but also has the technical foundation to do so. The sound of this power trio is an artful mix of blues rock, heavy shuffles and heart-wrenching slow blues, sure to reverberate in your chest and soul.

Blaine Sharp

Blaine Sharp is a gifted vocalist with a passion for timeless jazz tones. His album Wanderlust is loaded with beautifully melodic songs, including renditions of beloved classics such as “On A Slow Boat To China” and “You Belong To Me.” His voice is deep and direct, He is a charismatic singer who knows what it takes to charm the audience and get them to experience something heartfelt and real, track after track.

PK Mayo

PK Mayo’s natural musical talent on guitar, especially slide guitar, has garnered worldwide praise from colleagues and critics. Vintage Guitar and Blues Matters UK have drawn comparisons to the work of Duane Allman, Lowell George, Roy Buchanan, Ry Cooder and Sonny Landreth. His rich vocals have been receiving as much attention as his guitar tone and melodic riffs.

Eddie Martin

Born in London, Eddie was writing and performing songs in his early teens with Classic Rock and Singer songwriters like Bob Dylan as key influences until he first heard Freddie King and Robert Johnson. Realising its role as the foundation stone of Western popular music, he immersed himself in studying the Afro-American music heritage from then on.

Mick Kolassa

Mick “Michissippi Mick” Kolassa is a lifelong musician and hardcore blues fan who also happens to be on the Board of Directors of the Blues Foundation and an active participant in the Memphis Blues scene. Born in Michigan, Mick has lived in Mississippi for over 20 years.

Epi K. Paradox

Epi K. Paradox creates his own brand of contemporary Blues music, while remaining faithful to Rhythm and Blues tradition. His music influences reminisce the roaring guitar riffs of Buddy Guy, Mike Bloomfield, Jimmy Page and Roy Buchanan, while his songwriting skills reflect on the revival sound of the Blues era.

Joss Loner

“I began shooting the first music videos with my webcam. Initially, only to overcome my stage-fright. Even in my wildest dreams I would have never imagined what happened then!” Soon after uploading her first clips she was being featured by YouTube on their starting page. To her great surprise, Google suddenly invited her to perform at “Zeitgeist” festival in London. And quickly, the list of references became longer and longer.

Doug Jenson

He produced records for other artists and his incredible gift of  pulling out the best performance in anyone he worked with was well known throughout the prairie provinces. He was a world class guitar  player and a world class songwriter with thought provoking lyrics,  highly effective chord structures and melody, and always a ripping  guitar solo.

Misty Blues

Misty Blues pays homage to the older blues made popular by the bold and brassy women of its time, while still paying respect to classic male artists of the 20’s, 30’s and 40’s.

Big Ed Sullivan

Big Ed is one of the pillars of the musical scene in New York. He was one of the of regular players at Manny’s Car Wash, the former temple of the blues in New York. Ed also played at many festivals organized in the city and he was one of the founding members of Rebel Rockers, a rockabilily group featuring original Stray Cats member Gary Setzer.

Ken Eichler

Recording artist Ken Eichler is a musician, producer, songwriter, composer, arranger and recording engineer. A versatile instrumentalist with eclectic tastes, Ken excels in a variety of musical styles with a strong foundation in blues and rock.

The New Savages

The New Savages are an eclectic and original Blues band. Their sound’s unique texture comes from taking inspiration on the first generation of recorded Delta Blues, Gospel and Country Music recorded in the 1920’s/30’s.