The Reverend Shawn Amos is a Los Angeles-based, chart-topping bluesman ready to turn any venue into a 1960s’ Chicago blues club. His foot-stomping, harp-wailing performances, like tent revivals of yore, energize the faithful, and convert the wayward to the Rev’s message of booty-shakin’, deep joyful blues.
If you saw the movie THIS IS IT, you saw Dorian Holley on the big screen. Dorian was Vocal Director for the late Michael Jackson’s monumental, final tour. He was responsible for auditioning singers as well as the sound of the group. In fact, he performed as vocalist on all of Jackson’s solo tours. He was the lead singer in The Rickey Minor Band during Jay Leno’s last 3 years.
John Lee Hooker Jr. is the son of one of the greatest blues and Legendary music icons in the world, the late and the great John Lee Hooker. The younger Hooker's musical style is markedly modernized, featuring contemporary arrangements with a funky big horn sound with elements of funky Gospel with a James Brown feel, and some John Lee Hooker Sr. Boogie Beat.