Dani Wilde Red Blooded Woman Shine
The Friday Night Blues Band Love Me Like A Man Blues....Made In America
Rory Block Write Me a Few of Your Lines Shake' Em On Down
RoXi and the Blue Cats Blue Cats Strut RoXi and the Blue Cats
Adrianna Marie And Her Groovecutters That's a Pretty Good Love Double Crossing Blues
Saffire - The Uppity Blues Women Too Much Butt Havin' the Last Word
Teresa James & The Rhythm Tramps You Got Me Where It Hurts You Know You Love It
Sabrina Weeks & Swing Cat Bounce I Can't Hear A Word You Say (Live) Live
Polly O'Keary Stop, Train Compass
Mama Groove Soul Distraction How Mama got her Groove back!
Lawrence Lebo Blue Line Blues Don't Call Her Larry, Vol. 2
The Pamela Betti Band Damn Your Eyes Pamdemonium
Kelly Richey Fast Drivin' Mama Sweet Spirit
Layla Zoe Never Met a Man Like You The Lily
Sena Ehrhardt Things You Shouldn't Need To Know Live My Life
Jj Thames I Believe Tell You What I Know
Angela Strehli Close Together Deja Blue
Lisa Chavous and the Philadelphia Blues Messengers One People, One World, One Blues Blues Addiction
Shemekia Copeland Mississippi Mud 33 1/3
Eden Brent Let's Boogie-Woogie Ain't Got No Troubles
Suzie Vinnick Quit Your Lowdown Ways Me 'n' Mabel
Lauren Zoeller & Bluze Lightning Long Gone Right Track
Fiona Boyes Baptized In Muddy's Sweat Blues For Hard Times
Deb Ryder Might Just Get Lucky Might Just Get Lucky
Debbie Davies Crawling King Snake Debbie Davies' Blues Blast
Beth Hart & Joe Bonamassa Sinner's Prayer Live in Amsterdam
I was lucky to be invited to Indianapolis to spend some time with the guys from Tweed Funk, I had a great time and the guys treated me as on of their own.
Here is my review of the show:
The Slippery Noodle Inn Friday March 29th 2013, Indianapolis, IN
I walked into The Slippery Noodle, knowing full well that this was one of the premier blues clubs around,
Only to find that the blues had taken a back seat to Michigan State, Louisville, Duke & Oregon
Collectively known as the NCAA Basketball tourney.
Tweed Funk was forced to play 2 short sets between the games at half time before really getting things going.
Little by little you could see this decidedly pro basketball crowd start to change gears and become full fledged members of the Tweed Funk Nation
Between Smokey expertly working the crowd from behind the mic and the bands High energy infectious grooves,
The Basketball fans quickly became blues lovers.
One Michigan State fan said to JD, "Your making me feel good even though we lost!" That my friends is what the blues are all about!
JD, Smokey, Eric, Nick, John & Tim welcomed me into their inner circle for the day and treated me as one of their own.
I was able to see the true behind the scenes action and live the life of a blues musician for one day.
Thanks so much far having me along!
Hey gang go check out my friend Rich's website, he's a graphic artist and extremely talented.
Rich created an awesome new logo for the show, check it out!