Mike has his own unique style which combines blues rock, psychedelic rock, delta blues, Chicago style blues. His live shows are really worth to experience, because they are filled with unique music, powerful voice, virtuosic guitar playing, great sound quality and charismatic performance. Mike takes listeners on a detailed history tour of incredible music beginning in the Mississippi Delta at the beginning of the 20th century and finishing up right back in the present moment.
Mike has been working with many musicians including Black Crowes founder Rich Robinson and country legend Steve Earle. His own albums sound really fantastic and inspiring, it’s absolutely necessary to check them out for every fan of great unique and stylish music.
Chicago Stock Exchange
Chicago Public Library
Holy Name Cathedral
The Art Institute of Chicago
Historic Route 66 Begin Sign
The Disney Store
Streets of Chicago
Muddy Waters Mural
A very talented young musician Quinn Sullivan usually joins his mentor Buddy Guy on stage at Legends during Buddy’s residency in January, this year wasn’t an exception! Also Quinn was playing his own set, opening for Buddy. It’s a great pleasure to see him performing, he is a great blues guitar player, but he also tries to mix different music styles, improvising and always developing his skills. Quinn is 19 years old, but he has already shared the stage with Eric Clapton, Buddy Guy, Joe Bonamassa and opened for B.B. King. It seems that he is playing guitar all the time, on and off stage, which makes him a great professional! Quinn definitely enjoys playing for the audience, and the audience definitely enjoys seeing him play, listening to his music.
Amazing show by Jimmy C last night! Jimmy played some blues classics such as Hoochie Coochie Man, Thrill is gone and many others as long as his own great songs. The show was filled with energy, positive vibes and smiles. Audience was dancing and singing along and didn’t want Jimmy to leave the stage! So he played for almost 3 hours!
Also many thanks to the band and special guest harmonica player Marty Muniz who sounded fantastic together!
Will Wilde opened a new season of British Blues Invasion festival with an amazing show in Moscow. The most interesting part is that Will created his own style of playing guitar solos on a harmonica. Some people think that harmonica sounds boring (yeah, I know those people!), go and check Will out, you will definitely change your opinion. His harmonica playing greatly combines blues sound with rock tunes covered by his emotional vocals. Will played along with very talented Russian band Folkline who introduced us some blues and folk classics.
Rosco Levee in Moscow! Great show by a very talented British Blues musician who combines blues, country rock, rock’n’roll very successfully. His expressive vocals are covering a wide range of emotions playing his own great songs and songs by Blues Legends such as Robert Johnson or B.B. King.
Tony Remy is an extraordinary guitarist whose playing draws on many different guitar styles. Yesterday Tony showed us his own rhythmically driven approach which is rich with jazz, fusion, funk, blues and even hard rock. His live performance was remarkable with a great amount of energy.
The band sounded incredible, very detailed and clear! Many thanks to Roman and Anton!
Tony has enviable reputation on the international jazz and blues scene having recorded and toured with Freddy Hubbard, Gary Barlow, Simply Red, Annie Lennox and many others.