Rick Vito performed in the house band at Mick Fleetwood's Tribute to his musical soul mate, Peter Green in 2020 February in London. Peter Green was the great blues guitar master with the sweetest tone. He was the founding member of Fleetwood Mac. A film and album of Mick Fleetwood and Friends will be released in 2021. Read about that here in Rolling Stone . Video of here of Rick Vito with Christine McVie & Mick Fleetwood (Fleetwood Mac).
And Rick Vito performing with Jonny
Markus James & Anne Harris
A collaboration of two American Roots/Blues artists: Chicago based fiddler and singer-songwriter Anne Harris with Northern California based guitarist, singer-songwriter Markus James. Harris James is taking blues and folk music in a new direction. Markus James and Anne Harris performed at the Kitchener Blues Festival in Kitchener, Ontario, Canada in 2019. They were also at the Handy Blues & BBQ festival in Henderson, KY and the Blues Bender in Las
If you love acoustic folk music, bluegrass and early string band music then you would really like The Down Hill Strugglers. They perform their song list from the songs that were created before bluegrass was originated;- BBM (before Bill Monroe). The Down Hill Strugglers mine their song list from early ’78 rpm records, with a mix of string band songs from folk, country and blues, i.e. the early Appalachian music. Here video of them at the Kentucky Hillbilly Days festival, and
Peter Green was the founding member of Fleetwood Mac. He created the blues guitar tone of the angels. Sadly, he passed away in 2020. Mick Fleetwood organized a tribute to his music soul-mate that was held in February 2020 in London. Mick Fleetwood invited many guitar players. Rick Vito was in the house band. Rick Vito is available for your music events in 2021. This could be a trio or quartet depending on your budget. "Superb, nice accommodating a gentleman and hell of a guit
Jug bands got their name from using instruments that were either homemade or household items such as a jug. They originated in the South in the 19th century in Louisville, KY, most were made up predominately of African-American musicians and were popular in their heyday from the 1890s to the Great Depression. THE STEEL CITY JUG SLAMMERS present the acoustic country blues roots music of 1920’s and 1930’s America. The early sounds of rural Deep South American music from the