Delicious Blues Stew members:
Shannon "Shan de Bayou" Williford (harmonica, frottoir, vocal, songwriter) is originally from Baton Rouge. Winner of KBA Award from Blues Foundation. Multiple winner in Music City Blues Awards. Scott "Patio Daddio" Achord (bass, vocal, songwriter) is also from Baton Rouge. "Best of Fest" at Baton Rouge Blues Fest. Music City Blues Award Winner. Terry "Goose" Downing (guitar, vocal, songwriter), a native of Rocky Mount, NC, has worked Nashville staples Patton James, and famed session man Darryl Dybka. He has often been nominated in the Music City Blues Awards. "Big Brother" Don Kendrick (drums, percussion) has a lengthy big-league resume. Originally from Baton Rouge, where he played with John Fred's Playboys, he toured for years with Freddy Fender. He's worked with a who's who of artists, including Jerry Lee Lewis, Garth Brooks and Chuck Berry. New Orleans native "Little Brother" Tom Larson (drums, percussion) has worked with Ellis Marsalis, Scott Holt, Harold Batiste, Cowboy Mouth and many others, as well as winning multiple Music City Blues Awards. The band as a whole was a finalist in the Blues Foundation's Best Unsigned Blues Band competition in Memphis.