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Torrita Blues Festival is a very important musical exhibition that takes place since 22 years in Torrita di Siena, in a very beautiful landscape in the heart of Toscana, also this year supported by Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena has always been close to cultural activities in the area. Among the wonderful hills near Pienza, Montepulciano and Montalcino there is a small medieval castle, called Torrita di Siena, where every year during the last week-end of June takes place one of the most important Italian blues festival: the Torrita Blues Festival. The Festival was born in 1989 thanks to a group of friends lovers of blues music, and this year is the 22th edition, and it is a long-awaited appointment for lots of fans. Lots of important and international artists were guests at the Torrita Blues Festival, and we would remember some of the most important: Taj Mahal, John Mayall, Robben Ford, Roy Rogers, Bettye Lavette, Popa Chubby, Canned Heat, Luther Allison, Charlie Musselwhite, James Cotton, Tom Principato. The 2010 Edition will be one of the greatest edition, thanks to the importance and the quality of the guests of the poster. The legendary PETER GREEN: guitar player and leader of Fleetwood Mac, and he’s also the author of the famous song “Black Magic Woman”; that was a Santana and “Oh Well” success. Oh Well will be in Italy in occasion of the Torrita Blues Festival.


EUGENE HIDEAWAY BRIDGES Born in 1963 and immersed in music from an early age, his father, blues guitarist Hideaway Slim, his mother related to Tina Turner. By age five he was playing alongside his father in Louisiana then sang and toured with his brothers as the gospel group The Bridges Brothers up until he formed his own band - The Five Stars at age 13. A life in bands seemed destined as he played and sang in firstly the New Chosen Singers then the Mighty Clouds of Joy and recorded and toured the country. Eugene briefly resisted the musicians' life for that of the uniform, with three-years in the Air Force and seven years with the police force in Texas. Whilst travelling alone in Europe, Eugene was discovered by B.B. King bassist Big Joe Turner and offered the position of lead guitarist/vocalist with the Big Joe Turners Memphis Blues Caravan. After a year of touring he left to concentrate on his own songs, forming the Eugene Hideaway Bridges Band and releasing his debut solo album in 1998. Since, his talents and subsequent album releases have seen him tour the world many times over and touted the new future of blues Eugene is a nomadic musician living his life on the road. His home is wherever the next performance takes him, and every year this is from America through Europe, to Australia with many other stops in between. Born in 1963, the son of the blues guitarist Hideaway Slim, Eugene is the fourth child of five. His mother was from the Bullock family (the same as Anna Mae Bullock better known as Tina Turner) and Eugene claims he got his guitar skills from the Bridges side and his voice from the Bullocks. At five he was already playing with his father around Louisiana. With his brothers as The Bridges Brothers he sang gospel and was the musician of his church touring with the Pastor, Elder A. A Edwards. At thirteen Eugene was entering R&B talent shows and had formed his first R&B band The Five Stars. Eugene moved to Texas to join the Air Force at sixteen, playing in the Air Force band for the next three years. On leaving he joined The New Chosen on guitar and vocals and went on to play with The Mighty Clouds of Joy. Following a move to Houston, Eugene released Blues, Gospel and R&B recordings by the three bands he was running at the time. These included the first line-up of the Eugene ‘Hideaway’ Bridges Band. They toured the USA from coast to coast. Eugene then travelled alone to Europe, where B B King Bassist Big Joe Turner spotted him in Paris offering him the position of Guitarist / Vocalist with Big Joe Turners Memphis Blues Caravan. A year later he left to work under his own name again and formed The Eugene ‘Hideaway’ Bridges Band. Signed to the Blueside label, Eugene recorded Born to be Blue, produced by Mike Vernon. His live performances received rave reviews and Eugene was awarded vocalist of the year by the UK's Blueprint magazine and won the Trophees France Blues 99 Chanteur De L'Annee.


In 2000 Eugene signed to Armadillo and released his next CD Man Without A Home which was played worldwide. He appeared, often headlining, at major festivals in the USA, all over Europe, Singapore, New Zealand and Australia; whipping up a storm wherever he went with his distinctive southern sound. The 2003 release Jump the Joint reached Number 4 in the US Living Blues Charts, remaining in the charts for three months. Eugene’s songs also appear regularly in The National Association of Rhythm & Blues DeeJays charts. He was nominated for three 2003 US Cammy Music Awards. In September 2004 Eugene recorded his next CD Coming Home at The Zone Studio in Dripping Springs, Texas; using a full horn section led by Seth Kibel, on several tracks. He also has Texan guitarist and friend Rocky Athas joining him on two cuts. After four CDs recorded with his full band, his next self titled release Eugene ‘Hideaway ‘ Bridges he went into the studio with friends and fellow musicians met on the road. Lucky Oceans, co-founder of the Western Swing band Asleep at the Wheel, plays some fine Pedal Steel on three tracks and Texan legend Ray Wylie Hubbard lays down some fine Slide Guitar on I Can’t Wait. This CD was nominate for two 2008 US Blues Music Awards. March 2009 saw Eugene in San Antonio to fulfil his fans wishes for a Live CD. With the line up of Bobby Baranowski - Drums, Eric King - Bass, David Webb - Keys, Seth Kibel Sax and Justine Miller - Trumpet you have the real deal.


ERIC SARDINAS Eric's signature brand of Delta dynamite has been a long time in the making. At the incredible early age of six, he already had his fingers on the fret board. Though born a lefty, he naturally gravitated towards playing the guitar as a righthander. Admittedly, this could be considered a difficult approach, but it never slowed Sardinas down. In fact, it's actually been a major contributing factor in the formation of his unique style and specialized technique. Also helping to shape his artistic direction were the soulful grounds in which he planted his earliest musical roots. Sardinas recalls that it was exposure to the likes of gospel, Motwon and R&B that eventually caused him to seek out the emotionally charged acoustics sounds of the Deep South. Delta titans like Charlie Patton, Son House, Robert Johnson, Skip James, Bukka White, and Fred McDowell were among his favorites. Rural country blues players such as Barbecue Bob and Blind Willie Mctell were later added to his list, as was the electricity of the Chicago blues sound. Indeed, - Elmore James, Howlin' Wolf, Muddy Waters, Otis Rush and Albert King could then be considered responsible for setting Sardinas on a collision course with what would ultimately become the final contributor to his developing style, - this - of - course - being rock 'n roll. Guitar fire-starters from the 1950s, along with harder-edged players from the turbulent 60s and 70s only further expanded and intensified the Sardinas sound. After years of "inhaling" the essence of these various styles of music, Eric Sardinas finally "exhaled". In doing so, he consequently gave birth to an exhilarating, powerful, and sometimes terrifying new style that's real, raw, and wickedly intense. Both his 1999 debut "Treat Me Right" and follow up "Devil's Train" were choked-full of electrified Dobro thunder, but neither surrendered Eric's deeply rooted respect for traditional blues. Mixed alongside his aggressively soulful, self- penned compositions were searing renditions of several obscure treasures from the back catalogues of classic blues artists. Further historical influence came via a stunning array of legendary guest performers including; Howlin Wolf sideman Hubert Sumlin, blues/ rock pioneer Johnny Winter, and Delta blues kingpin Honeyboy Edwards. "Singing with Honeyboy meant a lot to me" recalls Sardinas. "He's one of the last surviving links to the first generation of Delta blues". All said and done, each of these two albums garnered bushels full of stellar reviews and rave reactions within th blues community now freely recognized and accepted Eris as a legitimate student and purveyor of the Delta legacy. Looking back on his two first albums Sardinas can now insightfully reflect, "These records explored everything I'd learned, but at the same time they used blues as a jumping off point to go deeper." Sardinas continued his ongoing artistic quest with the third release "Black Pearls" to soar above and beyond the safe confines of twelve-bar familiarity and hopefully encouraged listeners to re-examine many of their preconceived notions regarding blues music. Celebrated studio legend Eddie Kramer was enlisted to spearhead this exiting and revolutionary musical undertaking. Also worthy of note is that "Black Pearls" was recorded completely live and directly to analog tape (i.e. no pro-tools, no vocal tuners, etc). With legions of corporate-fueled, musical puppets littering our stages and airways, originality has become virtually extinct within the landscape of today's popular music. Fortunatly there's Eric Sardinas. His unique sound and honest delivery are breathing life back into the lungs of a stale industry on the verge of collapse. Sardinas is both a welcome reminder of the finest unfiltered music from an era bygone, as well as, a glimpse into a future realm of infinite sonic liberty. He's a courageous trailblazer who's constant repudiating routine limits and challenging all genre inherent boundaries with his wild innovations. So, - if you find yourself understandably lost and aimlessly drifting through a sad sea of musical mediocrity... find Eric Sardinas.


19th STREET RED Whether leading his tight ensemble or layin' it down with his one-man band, 19th Street Red has shown himself to be a vital link to the old school blues performers that put this style on the map. Possessed with a rare authority and gritty passion, his own version of delta blues has him playing cities all over the U.S. With his newest release, "Wine, Women and the Blues," Red proves himself a first class artist. He is an accomplished singer, guitarist, bandleader, songwriter and performer. This is a well-rounded, successful act ready to take it to the next level. As a child Red was smitten by the music of blues greats Muddy Waters, John Lee Hooker and T-Bone Walker. Collecting and absorbing blues records became his biggest pastime. By the time he was twenty-six Red was fronting an outfit in an "across the tracks" establishment called "Alva's Lounge" in Northwest Washington D.C. Old time luminaries of blues and jazz including Nap Turner, Bobby "Cuba" Sanchez, Lawrence Wheatly, Bobby Parker, Warner Williams and John Cephas came out of the woodwork to participate in the weekly sessions. Later in Oakland, California, Red continued to hone his craft with such West Coast greats as Johnny Tolbert, (Little) Frankie Lee, Sugar Pie DeSanto, Errol Slack, Louis Madison and many others. Shows with Francis Clay, Snooky Pryor, Detroit Junior, Willie "Big Eyes" Smith, Freddie Hughes and many others furthered his confidence and abilities. Making his home base New Orleans as of Mardi Gras 2002, Red's long time interest in Gulf Coast Blues and R&B manifests itself in his band performances and songwriting. His daytime and midnight one-man band performances along Canal and Bourbon Street have stirred up all kinds of interest. With radio spots, nightclub gigs, festivals, and local media exposure 19th Street Red's reputation as a New Orleans based bluesman has gained him a foothold in the Crescent City and the Deep South. Since Hurricane Katrina, Austin, Memphis, and the state of Mississippi have become satellite homes for Red. Spots at the "Highway 61 Blues Festival", "Bentonia Blues Festival", "Rosedale Blues Festival", "Howlin' Wolf Blues Festival", "Wolf Weekend Festival", "The Crescent City Blues and BBQ Festival", The Ogden Museum, The Walter Anderson Museum and at the "Old Pecan Street Festival", "Sunflower River Blues Festival", "Clarksdale JukeJoint Festival" and the "Arkansas Blues and Heritage Festival" have earned this bluesman a reputation and following in Texas, Louisiana and the Mississippi Delta and Gulf Coast. His appearances in 2009 at the "New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival", "The T-Bone Walker Blues Festival" and the "MNOP Festival" in Perigueux, France have furthered his reputation here and in Europe. Traveling and singing the blues, Red has found an audience to embrace his renditions of Robert Johnson, Big Joe Williams, John Lee Hooker, Howlin' Wolf and other "down-home", "gutbucket blues" greats as well as his original compositions. The future of the blues has found another champion. The future of the blues has found another champion.


PETER GREEN Peter Green was born Peter Greenbaum in 1946 in London, and is best known for his work with John Mayall’s Bluesbreakers and Fleetwood Mac. He is the definitive "white blues guitarist" and had an enormous influence over other like-minded white blues players of his time. He was also very much admired by the black blues players that he had the opportunity to meet. B.B. King once remarked on Green’s guitar as having the "sweetest tone" he ever heard, and that he was the only other guitar player out there that gave him "the sweats." Peter Green’s style can be best described as unfrivolous, with a unique vibrato and tone, and a slightly haunted, eerie feel. Apparently, the neck pickup magnet in his 1959 Gibson Les Paul had been inadvertently reversed, which produced what is called an "out of phase" sound. "The nasal sound of the neck pick-up on Green’s guitar was not, as used to be believed, the result of the pickup having been turned backwards, but instead its two coils had been — perhaps accidentally — reconnected in parallel and out of phase, as per the "in between" positions of a Fender Stratocaster. (Others, such as the late British guitar maker Sid Poole & guitar expert Jol Dantzig (Hamer Guitars), believe the pick-up’s permanent magnet was reversed*). has used this guitar in the recordings of some songs of his albums Still Got the Blues,After Hoursand Blues For Greeny." (from www.GaryMoore.com) After playing in a few local bands, Green was offered the opportunity to sit in for Eric Clapton at a few John Mayall’s Bluesbreakers gigs in 1966. After Clapton left the band, Green was given the unenviable task of stepping into Clapton’s shoes. At first, he was met with some resistance from die-hard fans who believed that "Clapton is God," but upon hearing Green play, they were won over. In 1967, Green took Mayall’s bass player John McVie to form his own band with drummer Mick Fleetwood and slide guitarist Jeremy Spencer. The band was called Peter Green’s Fleetwood Mac. This was to be the first of many incarnations of Fleetwood Mac, primarily a blues band. Green was not only a guitarist in the band, but quite a good singer as well. His voice can be described similarly to his guitar sound: unfrivolous and unique. Regardless of the subject matter, Green’s voice remained cool and soothing, which can actually be quite disturbing when he’s singing about "The Green Manalishi With the Two-Pronged Crown." Green was resposible for many of Fleetwood Mac’s early successes, and many of his songs have become classics: "Oh Well," "Man of the World," "Black Magic Woman," which became a huge hit for another guitar legend named Carlos Santana later on, and the gorgeous instrumental "Albatross" are just a few of the songs for which Green is responsible. One of the most interesting characters in popular music history, Green was an avid LSD user. While on tour in Germany, he used LSD for three solid days, and, as he’s been known


to put it himself, "[I] went on a trip, and never came back." He was a changed man. He began wearing a crucifix, and dressed in a robe all the time. He believes the LSD made him schizophrenic. He then quit Fleetwood Mac in 1970 and all but disappeared from the music scene, even selling his famous ’59 Les Paul to yet another guitar idol Gary Moore. He played with the Mac again briefly after Jeremy Spencer left and joined the cult the Children Of God in the US, and he played (uncredited) on "Night Watch" on the 1973 album Penguin. He also played on "Brown Eyes" on 1979’s Tusk. Due to his mental illness, Green underwent shock therapy treatments in the 70’s. Green had also joined a religious cult. He turned over all his residuals to the cult, and eventually asked not to receive any more money for his recordings. Green re-emerged in the early 80’s and made a few solo albums, only to relapse into mental illness again in 1984. He became a recluse and worked several odd jobs to support himself. (There are rumors that he was even a gravedigger for awhile.) Finally, his wife and one of his brothers got him the help he needed, and he slowly became healthy again. At this point, Green says he practically had to learn to play the guitar all over again. In the late 80’s, he started recording again, sometimes with the help of his brother Michael (also a singer and songwriter). He has since made several solo albums, as well as recording with his Peter Green Splinter Group, and has guested on many other albums, including Peter Gabriel’s 2003 album Up. In 1998, both Fleetwood Mac and Santana were inducted into the Rock And Roll Hall of Fame. Green was not invited to play with Fleetwood Mac. However, in a classy move, Carlos Santana invited Green to play with his band, and they played "Black Magic Woman" together. Green’s playing continues to be sporadic. He admits, however, that sometimes the medications he takes for his illness makes it hard for him to focus, and sometimes he just doesn’t feel like playing. Let’s just hope that he doesn’t ever give up the guitar for good. RECOMMENDED LISTENING: Green’s instrumental "The Supernatural" from John Mayall’s Bluesbreakers’ 1966 albumA Hard Road, which already demonstrates his signature sound. The Latin-tinged, smoky "Black Magic Woman" from Fleetwood Mac’sEnglish Rose(1969). The gorgeous instrumental "Albatross" from the same album, in which Green turns his trademark eerieness into ethereal, hypnotic, melodic beauty. From the Mac’s 1969 album Then Play On, the fierce "Oh Well," in which Part 1 rocks, and Part 2 slows down to feature some Spanish-style guitar. And the spooky 1970 single (available on several compilations) "The Green Manalishi (With the Two-Pronged Crown)." Nobody knows what the hell this song is about, but it was cool enough for Judas Priest to cover it. ALSO RECOMMENDED: Solo albums - In the Skies(1978),Little Dreamer(1981) andWhite Sky(1981). The instrumental "Slabo Day" fromIn the Skiesfeatures guitar licks traded with another Criminally Overlooked Guitarist - Snowy White. From the same album "A Fool No More," which was originally recorded by Fleetwood Mac. This version is very different from the original angry accusatory recording; it is sad and retrospective. Peter Green Splinter Group albums - Destiny Road(1999) andReaching the Cold 100(2003). The latter album includes an acoustic performance of "Albatross," which is as close to perfect as you can get.


FABULOUS BOOGIE BOYS Clifford Michael Stanley Dawe III is the creator and leader of the F.B.B. As the bands’ front man his energy on stage knows no bounds. His stylised lead vocals and extensive experience helps give the band its unique look and feel. In his spare time he plays guitar, bass and a lot of golf. Ms Sarah Warren forms the second half of the bands’ leading vocalists. With her delectable singing style and sultry looks Sarah commands attention on the stage. Having released several albums herself, the band are very lucky to have such a talent as part of their line up. Hughie Thomas is the saxophonist and one of the bands forming members. He has been playing for over 50 years and has wowed audiences on radio, television and across the world. His record ‘longest note’ solos need to be heard to be believed. Stuey Fields is a professional guitar maker and player and music is his life. His unique style and 1950’s guitar collection is perfect for the band. his sound is synonymous with the jive and blues eras and he has years of studio experience. Nick Lyndon is the bass player, one of the most iconic images of a 1950’s stage band. after a successful career playing bass in some of the 1980’s leading rock bands he fell in love with blues and jive. A real character!. Ben Wilson is the piano and keyboards player, bringing the skank and boogie sound to the stage. After being classically trained he was turned to the dark side of blues. Ben also provides backing vocals and plays guitar and saxophone is his spare time. Richie Shelton is the drummer and percussionist and has been playing since a child. A very experienced session, studio and band drummer, Richie provides the essential sound to the bands’ music. His flexibility and knowledge knows no bounds and his onstage antics are legendary


Info about festival Torrita Blues Festival 2010 (22° edition): June 25th Eugene Hideaway Bridges Eric Sardinas & Big Motors June 26th 19th Street Red Peter Green & Friends The Fabulous Boogie Boys

Location of festival: Torrita di Siena (SI) - Piazza Matteotti The shows start at: 21.30 Tickets price: June Friday 25 th 12,00 € June Saturday 26th 15,00 €


Contacts

Associazione Culturale Torrita Blues Via O. Maestri, 32 53049 Torrita di Siena Si Tel. +39 577 687572 P.iva. 01032500520 Web site: www.torritablues.it - www.torritablues.com email: info@torritablues.it

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ALL ARTISTS Big Fat Mama 1989 Fabio Treves Blues Band 1989 Stefano Zabeo & Tv Mama 1989 Guido Toffoletti & BlueSociety 1989 James Thompson & the Soul Crousades 1990 Joe Hughes Texas Blues Band 1990 Model T-Boogie 1990 Cooper Terry & The Nite Life 1990 First Experience 1991 Rudy Blues Band 1991 Jay Owens 1991 Bad Band 1991 Tolo Marton 1991 Zydeco Slippers 1991 Freddy & The Screamers & Mary Ann Brandon 1992 Miss Ann Goodly & Zydeco Brothers 1992 Roberto Ciotti 1992 Frank Frost & Richard Ray Farrel Band 1992 Herbie Goins & The Soultimers 1993 Andy J. Forrest and All American Band 1993 Muppets Blues Band 1993 Stonehenge 1993 James Cotton Band 1993 Benjamin Theoval 1994 Morblus Band 1994 Aida Cooper & the Nite Life 1994 Chicago Band 1994 Dirty Hands 1994 Jimmy Dawkins 1994 Jelly Roll 1995/96 Corinne Malone 1995 Zora Young & Rudy Blues Band 1995 Blue Gang 1995 Angelo Leadbelly Rossi 1995 Billy Branch & The Son of Blues 1995 Gruppo Polifonico Foianese 1996 Robin Brown & The Triumphant Delegation 1996 Cynthia Bland & The Blue Frame 1996 Sandra Hall & Chicago Bob Nelson 1996 Luther Allison 1996 Parish Church Choir Torrita 1997 Tammy McCann & The Wonderbrass 1997 Tony Washington Singers 1997 Blue Messengers 1997 Kent Duchaine 1997 Michael Coleman & The Backbreakers 1997 Hotel LaSalle 1998 Luisiana Red 1998 Big Jack Johnson 1998 The Fly 1998 John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers 1998 Fabio Treves 1998 Paolo Bonfanti 1998 Tolo Marton 1998 Stefano Zabeo 1998 Blues Benzo Band 1999 Robben Ford 1999 Nick Becattini & The Serious Fun 1999 Guy Davis 1999 Lurrie Bell & Vampin’ Blues Band 1999 Blues Dog 2000 Rico Blues Combo 2000 Canned Heat 2000 Black Cat Bone Blues Band 2000 Hell’s Cobra Blues Band (Peppe O’Blues) 2000

Charlie Musselwhite 2000 Fa Re Soul 2000 Family Style 2000 Shemekia Copeland 2000 Chicago Blue Revue 2001 Rio Grande 2001 Ana Popovich 2001 Scott Finch 2001 Guitar Crusher 2001 Dr Feelgood 2001 Lou & the Blues 2002 Phil Guy and Dario Lombardo Blues Gang (with Andrea Scagliarini) 2002 Popa Chubby 2002 Mama’s Pit 2002 Mike Onesko Blues Band 2002 Vic Vergeat 2002 Lousiana Mojo Queen 2003 Morblus Band 2003 Eddy Martin 2003 Nine Below Zero 2003 Cortez 2003 Mr Blues 2003 Roy Roberts 2003 Magic Slim & Teardrops 2003 Big Time Sarah 2003 Lil’Ed & The Blues Imperials 2004 Kenny Neal 2004 Billy Branch 2004 Anson Funderburgh 2004 Sam Myers 2004 Mighty Sam McClain 2004 Blue Devils 2005 Sturm Guitars & Ballantine Band 2005 Blue Drivers 2005 Still Nameless 2005 Lowdown Fellows 2005 Almost Blues Band 2005 Blues Hurricanes 2005 Bettye Lavette 2005 Otis Grand 2005 Jymmy Thomas 2005 Sonny Rhodes 2005 Bonus Track 2005 Taj Mahal 2005 Lil Brian & Zydeco Travelers 2005 Adrenalina Junkies (Effetto Blues 2005) Alex O’Relly (Effetto Blues 2005) Almost Blues Band (Effetto Blues 2005) Axis (Effetto Blues 2005) Baffo Band (Effetto Blues 2005) Baton Rouge Delta Blues Band (Effetto Blues 2005) Black Jack (Effetto Blues 2005) Blues Drivers (Effetto Blues 2005) Blue Times (Effetto Blues 2005) Blues B. Band (Effetto Blues 2005) Blues Hurricanes (Effetto Blues 2005) Bluezz (Effetto Blues 2005) Bolzano City Blues (Effetto Blues 2005) Bonus Track (Effetto Blues 2005) Cinque Quarti Blues Band (Effetto Blues 2005) Deville Blues Band (Effetto Blues 2005) Emiblues (Effetto Blues 2005) Freddy Matoro Blues Band (Effetto Blues 2005) Funky Rag (Effetto Blues 2005)


Malafruschi (Effetto Blues 2005) Mojo Blues Band (Effetto Blues 2005) Mr Gregor & The Terrible Friends (Effetto Blues 2005) Old Blue Station (Effetto Blues 2005) Red Wagons (Effetto Blues 2005) Roby Zonca (Effetto Blues 2005) Shark G. Naffis (Effetto Blues 2005) Soul Vaccination (Effetto Blues 2005) Steve Santoni & Le Forzature (Effetto Blues 2005) Still Nameless (Effetto Blues 2005) Sturm Guitar and Ballantine Band (Effetto Blues 2005) The Emblers (Effetto Blues 2005) The Genius Crazy Band (Effetto Blues 2005) Turn Around Blues (Effetto Blues 2005) Torrita Blues Band (Band Effetto Blues 2005) Van Kery (Effetto Blues 2005) Vedogyppino (Effetto Blues 2005) Walkin Soul (Effetto Blues 2005) Jumpin Eye (Effetto Blues 2005) Lowdown Fellows (Effetto Blues 2005) The Stomper Brass Band (2006) Max Prandi Cha Tu Kings (2006) Max De Bernardi & The Blues Machine (2006) Melody Makers (2006) Washboard Chaz (2006) Mick Abrahms Blues Band (2006) Sugar Blue (2006) New Stomper Brass Band (2006) John Mooney & Bluesiana (2006) Lil’l Malcolm & The House Zydeco Rockers (2006) Tolo Marton (2007) The Ford Blues Band (2007) Dirk Hamilton &t the Bluesmen (2007) Roy Rogers & Delta Rhythm’n Kings (2007) Keith B. Brown (2008) The British Blues Quintet (2008) Treves Blues Band (2008) Sherman Robertson & the Blues Move (2008)

Lynn Drury Band (2009) E.C. Scott (2009) R.J. Mischo (2009) Texas Slim (2009) Gabriel Delta & The Hurricanes (2009) Blue Stuff / Dr Sunflower (2009) Tom Principato & Powerhouse (2009) Eugene Hideaway Bridges (2010) Eric Sardinas & Big Motors (2010) 19 th Street Red (2010) Peter Green & Friends (2010) The Fabulous Boogie Boys (2010) Paolo Ganz 1990 Cotton Club (Chianciano) Carey Bell & Cooper Terry 1991 Teatro degli Oscuri (Torrita) David Honeyboy Edwards 1991 Teatro degli Oscuri (Torrita) R.L. Burnside & J. Morris Blues Duo 1992 Teatro degli Oscuri (Torrita) Key Foster Jackson & Roberto Boccasavia 1999 Teatro degliOscuri (Torrita) Lou & the Blue's 2001 Ristorante La Cripta (Torrita) Conferenza Stampa Torrita Blues 2001 Blue Devils 2003 Teatro degli Oscuri (Torrita) Conferenza Stampa Torrita Blues 2003 The Emblers (Outlet Village) Anteprima Torrita Blues 2007 Blue Times (Outlet Village) Anteprima Torrita Blues 2007 Lynn Drury & Roberto Luti 2009 Teatro degli Oscuri (Torrita) In occasione della presentazione del film Playing For Change

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