Steve Marriner: is a dynamic and powerful performer. His incorporation of various styles of blues, roots and soul come together to form an original sound that is both deep and genuine.
Chris Caddell: Who would’ve thought that Belleville, Ontario could produce a musician with the southern vibe and bluesy reverence of a Stevie Ray Vaughan or Doyle Bramhall II?
Jesse O’Brien: played his first gig, with his father, at the tender age of 12. A few years later, Dad introduced Jesse to Ronnie Hawkins, and the teenager launched into a much-lauded career as a keyboardist. He was inspired by the late, great Buffalo-area keyman Stan Szelest (one-time member of The Band), whose ability to play any style of music was something O’Brien took to be a prerequisite for a music career. “You have to play everything to get by,” he says. “Half the time when you show up at a studio, you don’t even know if you’re walking into a country session, a jazz session, or a pop session.”
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