Cash Box Kings, The Jimmys
Doors open at 6:30 pm.
CASH BOX KINGS: With deep feeling and top shelf talent, houserocking blues masters The Cash Box Kings play tough, real deal classic Chicago blues with boundless energy. They also deliver raw, passionate Delta blues, jumping proto rock ‘n’ roll, and steamrolling “bluesabilly,” their original mix of Chicago blues and Memphis rockabilly. As anyone who has ever been to one of the band’s raucous performances will testify, The Cash Box Kings know how to throw a party. They’re fueled by the powerhouse harmonica work of Madison, Wisconsin-based songwriter Joe Nosek and the huge, gritty vocals of Chicago bluesman Oscar Wilson. Their original songs range from humorous stories of Internet love to harrowing tales of Chicago’s violent gun epidemic. Every song they perform — be it a striking original or a scorching Chess, Sun or Vee-Jay cover — explodes with contemporary authority and radiates old-school authenticity. According to Grammy Award-winning blues legend Charlie Musselwhite, “The Cash Box Kings play with real taste and feel. Not only is it good blues but it’s a jumping good time, too! I ain’t lyin’!”
THE JIMMYS: The Jimmys are what you get when you combine (A) the seasoned keyboard/Hammond organ talents of Jimmy Voegeli, long time member of Westside Andy/Mel Ford Band, (B) the drummer from The Georgia Satellites, (C) the four-piece horn section from Clyde Stubblefield's Band, and (D) the expertise of southern Wisconsin's finest bass guitar, and (E) the legendary blues guitarist Perry Weber on six-strings and vocals. The Jimmys aren't your typical blues band. With awards and reviews rolling in on their new album "Hot Dish" the Jimmys are primed for the world stage.