Slim Jenkins opens for Mark Hummel's Blues Harmonica Blowout with Corky Siegel, Little Charlie Baty Sky O'Banion & More
Mules fire up at 8pm for one power-packed set to open for Anson Funderburgh, Mark Hummel and Charlie Baty (Aligator Records, Little Charlie & the Night Cats)
Mark Hummel & The Blues Survivors featuring Billy Flynn and Kenny "Beedy Eyes" Smith.
Join Us as we open for the rocking MARK HUMMEL HARMONICA PARTY with special guests John Mayall Rick Estrin Curtis Salgado and more order your tickets at email@example.com
Golden State - Lone Star Revue is a cross country blues hoe down of California and Texas musicians. Mark Hummel has released 17 albums and produced the Blue Harmonica Blowouts since 1991 featuring the genre’s top players. "Mark Hummel came of age in the early 70s, at the height of rock and roll, like many of his peers went and bought a harmonica and hasn't stopped playing since. A specialist in West Coast Blues he's a seasoned showman who knows more than a thing or two about how to please an audience." - THE NEW YORKER Little Charlie Batty is former leader and masterful guitarist from Little Charlie & The Nightcats who recorded 12 albums plus toured the globe for over 25 years. "Little Charlie Baty plays as much guitar as Eric Clapton and Buddy Guy put together. He is one of the swiftest, most fluent guitarists working in any genre." - The Village Voice Anson Funderburgh has earned the respect of artists like Delbert McClinton, Boz Scaggs, Jimmie and Stevie Ray Vaughan, calling on Anson to for his tremendous guitar talents. In addition to recording with the T-Birds, Anson spent many years on the chitlin’ circuit accompanying the likes of Elmore James and Robert Junior Lockwood. "Funderburgh remains a musician's musician. He'll explode into a fiery and melodic solo, and then seamlessly recede into a song at just the right moment to propel the rhythm...he makes sure the songs both breathe and burn." - Blues Revue "None of the younger crop of blues guitarists come close as Anson does to achieving the classic Stratocaster tone defined by Otis Rush in the '50's and Magic Sam in the '60's.” - Guitar Player Rounding out the Revue are RW Grisby on bass and famed Texas drummer Wes Starr. Opening is James Day & The Fish Fry pumping out Jump Blues and New Orleans Grooves!
Label: electrofi records, mountain top records
Manager: self managed
Bio: The past two decades has seen the emergence of young harmonica-led blues bands. In California, groups that draw their inspiration from the Chicago school but add elements of jump blues and rock 'n' roll into the mix have come up with an exciting new style of West Coast blues. In Oakland, the nort...See Full Bio