Joe Moss

Few blues performers walk the walk to the degree of Chicago based guitarist/bandleader Joe Moss. One of the hardest working performers on the scene today. Not just an imitator of the music's glorious past, he strives to find his own sound and material within the styles he chooses to play. And the music world is taking notice. In 2013, Moss had the honor of being inducted into the Blues Hall of Fame. The band is tight, featuring some of Chicago's finest blues musicians. A talented singer, writer, and guitarist, Joe is a consistent and entertaining performer with a monster groove.

Toronzo Cannon

Toronzo Cannon has become one of Chicago's most recognized and most popular bluesmen through the sheer force of his music, his songs, his live charisma, and maybe most impressively, his passion for what he is doing. He’s played the Chicago Blues Festival on nine separate occasions, either as a sideman, a special guest, a band leader or, most recently, as a main stage headliner. When he’s home, Cannon drives a Chicago Transit Authority bus by day and performs by night. Using every vacation day and day off and working four ten-hour shifts a week, Cannon arranges his schedule to gig out of town as much as possible. He's performed in a number of U.S. and European cities and continues to build his audience one roof-raising show at a time.

Casey Tremont

Casey Tremont has been playing guitar since he was about 5 years old. Blessed to have a father as a mentor and influence. That influence led him to study with legendary Canadian blues rock guitarist Nigel Mack (of Nigel Mack & the Blues Attack), award winning shred guitarist Mike Mckissack, and World renown guitarist Dave Uhrich. Some of his influences include Jeff Beck, Hendrix, Michael Schenker, Ritchie Blackmore, Jimmy Page, Uli Jon Roth, George Lynch, Van Halen and countless other local heroes of his. Casy currently is the Guitarist/backing singer for Shokker, a band that has formed a perfect blend of classic and modern heavy metal. He endorses Kurt Wilson Custom Guitars, which he says, are "Hand built with the finest quality in my hometown in Des Plaines". Casey has shared the stage with legends such as Faster Pussycat, Zebra, Paradoxx, Tuff, Loveblast, The Art and several other local and national artists

Christone "KingFish" Ingram

Christone “Kingfish” Ingram’s love of music grew from the rich Gospel sounds emanating from his family’s church and the Blues music he regularly heard played in his Delta neighborhood. A cousin to legendary Country music great, Charlie Pride and trained at the Delta Blues Museum under the tutelage of Daddy Rich and Bill Howl-N-Madd Perry, Kingfish undoubtedly has music in his soul. 

 At the tender age of 6, Kingfish began playing the drums. Three years later, he took up the bass guitar. By the age of 13, he began playing lead guitar. Soon he was fluent in all three instruments and quickly added smooth vocals to his musical repertoire.

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