Playing a type of jazz rarely heard beyond the Mississippi Delta, BBE incorporates the traditional sounds of Mardi Gras, New
Orleans funerals, and barrelhouse brothels. The configuration of tuba, brass, drums, and piano excites onlookers who enjoy
a healthy mix of original songs and gems of recent past.
Crossing multiple R&B genres, TCH’s sound is tied together by unique instrumentation, soulful vocal harmonies, and a funky,
good-times New Orleans style. Look for unusual instruments, such as a washboard and gutbucket bass, and enjoy down-home rhythms
punctuated by joyous blasts of trumpet, rollicking piano riffs, and passionate bluesy vocals.
San Francisco singer/songwriter/guitarist Jeffrey Halford was born in Dallas, Texas, and grew up in the early 1960s listening
to Roger Miller on a $2 transistor radio. His original roots rock ‘n roll songs etch a uniquely American, and specifically
Singer/songwriter LeRoy Bell has an earthy, soulful voice that has enabled him to perform with notable artists ranging from
B.B. King to Kenny Loggins. His background as drummer and guitar player add a unique layer of depth to his performance, and
help provide the constant background of passion and soul for his music.
Based in San Francisco, TMSP bring a healthy dose of power chords and a dash of musical theater to the stage. Blending vintage
country, rockabilly and punk, this all-female outfit is a little bit heartache, and a whole lotta camp. They put on a heart-pounding,
knee-slapping show and always look fantastic!
A combination of veteran musicians and two newcomers allow this band to mix together country, rhythm and blues, bluegrass
and all styles of blues into a sound that is a throw back to the 1950's and the music scene of the greater Memphis area.