Life has a funny way of repeating itself. Such is the case with Gimme More Time, the new album from Screamin’ John Hawkins and TD Lind. Twenty years ago, Hawkins and Lind were bandmates in the rock band, Edenstreet. Signed to a major label contract the band moved to Los Angeles primed to make their mark on the music world. As luck would have it, their label was sold and the group broke up. Hawkins and Lind, along with bassist Jeff Crane and drummer Paul Culligan went their separate ways aft
Louisville's Da Mudcats showcase their live sound on this recording. Led by the dynamic vocals of Susan O'Neil the band shows what the local crowd has come to expect when seeing the band live. Joined by long-time guitarist and vocalist Rob Pickett, Doug Lamb on keys and vocals, and the dynamic rhythm section of Mike Lynch on bass and Gene Wickliffe on drums, the longest reigning blues band in town show that the blues are still alive!
Midnight Jubilee - Album Cover
Laurie Jane and the 45s are Louisville, Kentucky’s rising blues sensation. Laurie Jane Duggins’ vocals carry a torch for classic singers of the 40’s and 50’s while the band delivers Chicago blues swagger infused with the raw energy of early rock pouring out of Memphis. Their soulful originals and unique interpretations of classics delight any blues-hungry audience. Midnight Jubilee is a great example of what the band brings to the party!
Singer-songwriter Ben Helm, from Louisville,Kentucky, is releasing his first project, a self-entitled EP with roaring guitars, simple harmonica, and lyrics evoking a brutal journey through heartache and loneliness to life, love and happiness.
Coldest Night Of The Year
This record was recorded live in 1997 at the Twice Told Coffee House in Louisville, Kentucky. It features current Da Mudcats' guitarist Rob Pickett and the late harmonica virtuoso Jim Rosen performing an acoustic set of blues.
The Blues Had A Baby
Louisville's Tribute To Muddy Waters is a cross-genre approach to recording some of Muddy's best known songs. It is an effort to expand the blues to fans of other genres and vice versa.