BUZZFEST, HONORING THE LATE BUZZ FOWLER!

BUZZFEST, HONORING THE LATE BUZZ FOWLER!

HANS OLSON, BOB CORRITORE, SHANNON TROTTER, BLAISE LANTANA, BIG DADDY D & THE DYNAMITES, SWEET BABY RAY, RAY & DOROTHY DESYLVESTER, FROSTY & THE SILVERTONES, ERIC RAMSEY, NINA CURRI WITH DOUG SHULTZE & FRIENDS, OUTSIDE THE LINE, TOOLSHED, THE HOODOO CASTERS, HOOTER'S JAM

Sun, December 17, 2017

Doors: 12:30 pm / Show: 1:00 pm (event ends at 7:00 pm)

$10.00

Tickets at the Door

This event is 21 and over

Honoring the late Buzz Fowler, Blues Harmonica Player and Good Will Ambasador 

All Proceeds To St. Mary's Food Bank

12:30 Doors -  1pm to 7pm Show

$10 Cover or 5 Canned Food Items

HANS OLSON
HANS OLSON
HANS OLSON is a veteran performing musician with over 40 years in the music business. He began his career as a lead singer in a Rock & Roll band in Southern California in 1967. By 1970, Hans had developed a very unique and powerful solo act.
He plays an amplified acoustic guitar and harmonica. He is known as one of the best "harp-in-a-rack" players in the world.

Hans' singing is very powerful. His voice is comfortable singing many styles of music ranging from mellow folk ballads to growling boogie blues.

Hans' songwriting is one of his most notable assets. He has recorded over 70 of his songs on his 13 independent record releases.

Hans has been a full time performing musician since 1972. He tours all over the world, but most of the time he travels the highways in Arizona where he has an amazing reputation of being a solo act that can rock a nightclub all night long..
BOB CORRITORE
BOB CORRITORE
Bob Corritore is considered among the top traditional blues harmonica players on the scene today. Additionally he is the owner of the Rhythm Room, the radio show host of "Those Lowdown Blues" on KJZZ, the founder of Southwest Musical Arts Foundation, the editor and main writer of the Bob Corritore Blues Newsletter, an official endorser of Hohner harmonicas, a Keeping the Blues Alive award recipient, a grammy nominated harmonica player and producer, an honorary member of the Collectif Des Radios Blues, and a great fan of and active participant in blues music in general.
THE HOODOO CASTERS
THE HOODOO CASTERS
Mike Dotson, slide guitar and vocals:
Mike Performed solo acoustic blues in the 90’s. Mike is a former member of The Amazing Blues Wizards and The Blind Dog Band playing in the blues scene in and around Phoenix. He has performed at various clubs in the Phoenix area and also at the Payson, Tucson and Monterey Bay Blues Festival in 2000 and 2001. Influences are Muddy Waters, Elmore James and Robert Johnson. Mike has also been building guitars since the 90’s and currently makes several custom guitars a year.

Boyd White, harmonica and vocals:
Boyd became interested in blues music while living and working in the gulf coast. He frequented New Orleans and became close friends with Les Getrex a Crescent City native and Blues musician. Les was the inspiration Boyd needed to find his own voice and began what has now become his passion for the Blues. Boyd’s influences are Jimmy Reed, Lazy Lester, and Sam Myers.

Mike Simpson, guitar and vocals:
From 1995 to 2003 Mike was on The Board of Directors of the Phoenix Blues Society and was chairman of the Blues in the Schools Committee. The Phoenix Blues Society presented Mike with the "Keeping the Blues Alive" award in 2007. Mike is a former member of The Amazing Blues Wizards and The Blind Dog Band playing at various clubs in the Phoenix area and also at the Payson, Tucson and Monterey Bay Blues Festival in 2000 and 2001. Mike’s influences are Lightnin Hopkins Albert King and Freddie King.

Maury "Hooter" Saslaff, Bass, vocals:
Hooter started playing guitar in 1974 and switched to bass in 1977 and has only played bass since 1980. I've played all over the US, Europe and Canada and once did a tour in Israel. Toured for years with Big Jack Johnson, recorded 3 CD’s together and were nominated for 5 WC Handy Awards. Hooter has also played with Guitar Junior, Tabby Thomas, Johnny Heartsman, Earl King, Travis Haddix, Johnny Rawls, Phil Guy and many others.

Michael "Hutch" Hutchison, Drums:
Hutch Started in high school marching band at Van Nuys High School. Played in local bands for 10 years. And returned to playing professionally in 2009. Major Influences are Buddy Rich and John Bonham.
Venue Information:
The Rhythm Room
1019 E. Indian School Road
Phoenix, AZ, 85014
http://www.rhythmroom.com/