Chris Cain: Guitar & vocals:
Chris Cain's bio is long, from touring New Zealand with the World Blues Revue, to being nominated for 6 "W.C. Hardy" awards, which is the blues world equivalent of receiving a Grammy nomination.
Joe Bonamassa said "Chris Cain is his favorite blues guitarists."
"One of the best blues men we have today." - Robben Ford
"Chris Cain's a hot-shot guitarist and a singer with a relaxed style and mature expression of the old blues masters like Bobby Bland and B.B.King." - The Washington Post.
"His full-bodied tone and surprisingly big voice packed a unch that had me and other witnesses reeling." - Guitar Player Magazine
"More than anyone else, anywhere, Cain represents the future of the blues." - San Jose Mercury News
"Hearing Cain, I get the same goosebumps that I used to get when I heard Albert King and Albert Collins perform." - Bob Vorel, Blues Magazine Daniel Castro: Guitar & Vocals
As he grew up in the LA area, Daniel was heavily influenced by the blues greats Albert King, BB King and Albert Collins. After cutting his teeth is South Central L.A. blues clubs with "Mighty Mouth" Delmar Evans, who worked with the Johnny Otis Show, Castro back other great artists, including Pee Wee Clayton and Little Esther Phillips. He also recorded and toured with many other artists including legendary Small faces singer - bassist Ronnie Lane.
Bassist: Steve Evans has performed with Etta James, Bo Diddley, Charlie Musselwhite, Brain Auger, Maria Muldaur.
Drummer: Ron E Beck has performed with Tower of Power, Marilyn McCoo, John Lee Hooker, Lydia Pense Dr. Lonnie Smith and Bill Withers
Keyboardist: Ben Wilcock one of New Zealand star keyboardist having performed with the Nick Granville Band, Erna Ferry, John Rae.