The Brian Mulkerne Band is comprised of Brian Mulkerne on guitar, vocals, and harmonica; George Deveny on slide and lead guitar and vocals, Ken McConnell Jr on bass; and C Oscar Crandall drums.
King Kool and His Royal Blues consists of four of the founding members of the Justice McBride band and current members of the Allman Brothers tribute band Les Brers, Al, Dan and Mark Sisti (hmm, that name sounds familiar) and drummer Gene Voce.
The Double Barrel Blues Band is an intense, exciting, rocking band, playing "in-your-face" blues, has performed in clubs all across New York and at major festivals, and is comprised of Mark Cloutier on lead guitar and vocals, John Hart on guitar and vocals, Bill Satterly on bass, and Garnett Grimm on drums.
JIMMY WOLF is an award-winning singer-songwriter-guitarist who brings a new and exciting energy to the world of blues and rock. He takes the Delta-Chicago blues, 50s rock and R&B and mixes these genres with chainsaw guitar and over driven voice to create a soulful music experience.
Tas Cru is truly a blues eclectic wh refuses to let his music be bound to just one blues style. You get it all from Tas. He'll swing you with a traditional shuffle, swoon you with a sultry ballad, lull you into a trance with deep Hill-country blues, and then rock your knobs off. If you want to be entertained, Tas is your guy.
Morris and the Hepcats is a band that originally played rockabilly music and now has evolved to playing everything from Elvis to the Stone Temple Pilots!
Blues/rock/jam project featuring: Collen Roller-Guitar Adam Bishton-Harmonica/Vocals Frank Grimaldi-Bass Tony Adamo-Drums/Vocals ...along with various CNY musical guests!
Founded in 1988, Blueprints continues to entertain audiences with a summer schedule of shows around Central New York!
The colorful career of Midnite Mike has led him to perform in Texas, California and Florida, and numerous times on Beale Street in Memphis. He gained exposure abroad with engagements in Italy, Germany, Austria, Portugal, Canada, and Greenland. Mike appeared at Woodstock '99, and played with Joe Bonamassa, Jerry Portnoy and Ritchie Blackmore. Mike mentored Joe Bonamassa when Joe was a teen, starting out his career.