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Silver Lining began as the eclectic singer/songwriter duo of Paul Sandoval and Kathe Davis, with Davison Terz, mandolin, guitar, percussion, and vocals, and Sandoval on guitar and vocals. On this CD, they are a full band, featuring Jim Moore on bass; Mary Sparks on drums, percussion, and vocals; Jan Elliott-Glanister on Percussion and Vocals; with special guest Steve Peterson on drums.
C.D. Woodbury has performed in Texas Roadhouses and in Stadiums. He has performed for two US Presidents, foreign dignitaries, and Jimi's music for the Hendrix family. He has jammed with jazz legends, international blues stars, and has worked with sidemen to the biggest rock acts. Though he has played many styles, he always returns to the blues and American roots music on his guitar. CD Woodbury has seven Best of the Blues awards from the Seattle based Washington Blues Society including performer of the year, songwriter, NW recording, and 3 times for electric guitar. Now on his own, CD is currently performing contemporary blues, roots music, rhythm & blues, jazz, and New Orleans influenced music with his newly formed trio of himself, Don Montana on drums (CDWB, Tim Casey and the Bluescats), and bassist Patrick McDanel (Michele D'Amour and the Love Dealers, Brian Nova).
In the mid '60s, The Daily Flash found a way to fuse folk, rock, blues, bluegrass and jazz. That process lives on in this stunning line up. The Daily Flash has earned a reputation as a dynamic vocal band of consummate instrumentalists. They breathe life into an eclectic repertoire of folk, rock, Celtic and Delta swamp fusion. The Daily Flash brings the spirit of the sixties into the 21st century and delivers to stages all around the Northwest.
Little Bill and the Blue Notes are an institution more than a band. Since 1956 Bill and various lineups have been wowing audiences with their take on rhythm and blues. In 1959 the Bluenotes made the national charts with the teenage love song “I Love an Angel” and since then have released a bevy of recordings. His current lineup consist of master guitarist Billy Stapleton, the Hall of Fame inductee Dick Powell on harmonica and keyboard and the tight and steady Billy Barner on drums.
Continuing the legacy of rich blues talent and progressive musicianship, Monster Road is proud to present Patti Allen, a Blues Lifetime Achievement Award-winner, as lead vocalist and front-runner. Patti burns serious R&B rubber on Monster Road! Monster Road is made up of elite local musicians who love to tear it up.Winners of Washington Blues Society Awards for Best Band for Monster Road and Performer of the Year for Patti Allen!!
The CC Adams Band featuring Mary Ellen Lykins performs with passion and Mary Ellen is the icing on the cake. There’s no mistaking the voice…. Mary Ellen Lykins is a powerhouse best typified as the power of Etta James with a bit of Janis Joplin grit thrown in. The band’s roots are in the Blues with a funky bit of R&B and a dash of tasty rock mixed in for flavor. Thwarting the conventional, the band thrives on unique arrangements.