Bert Deivert is one of a handful of professional roots blues mandolinists in the world today, but he is also a renowned singer/songwriter and guitarist in the folk and blues world. Deivert’s albums have had rave reviews all over the world. He is currently writing original songs for the next one, his 15th album.
T.K. Reeve plays raw, down-home party music with a heavy and addictive beat (think RL Burnside, John Lee Hooker, Frank Frost). T.K. Reeve has a broad and deep passion for blues music from the beginnings of recorded music, to the contemporary artists of today. He has been working hard on his instrument for a couple of decades, trying to do the music justice as a self-taught musician.
Fletcher Christian has been a musician for over 20 years. He spent 9 years in the Army and struggled to find purpose after returning from Afghanistan in 2013. He decided to go all-in with his love of music. Its healing properties, according to him, are better than hours of therapy. His style is a mixture of rock, blues, jazz, and funk. He released his first solo album “Ever Stuff” in March of 2019 and Replay in March of 2020.
Nuno’s own life journey embodies the Blues. Mindelis became a guitar enthusiast at the age of 5. By the age of 9 he began building and playing self-made guitars. His family was forced to flee the war in Angola, and for safety Nuno was sent to live apart from his family in Canada for several years. Continuing to refine his unique fingerstyle electric Blues technique, Nuno was finally reunited with his family in Brazil.
Born in Crato-CE, Brazil, Roberto Lessa is a blues guitarist influenced by BB King, Lightinin’ Hopkins, and Albert Collins, and has been the frontman of bands such as Blues Label and Gumbo Blues for 22 years. Roberto Lessa is an artist who researches the blues in its various aspects and he also hosts and produces the radio show “Encontro com O Blues”.