Dr. Feelgood is an English pub rock band, formed in 1971, from Canvey Island, Essex. The group is best known for early singles like “She Does It Right”, “Roxette”, “Back in the Night” and “Milk and Alcohol”. Although their most commercially productive years were the early to mid-1970s, a version of the band continues to tour and record to this day.
Jim Kirkpatrick is a well known guitarist and musician from Cheshire, England. With more than 20 years of professional experience, Jim has become a sought-after session player, writer and recording artist and is recognized as one of the best slide, blues and rock guitarists in the UK.
A man you can rely on to conjure out fuzz-charged Heavy Blues and powerful Rock, make his guitar float and sing, and deliver clever lyrics. Mike Ross is known to rock fans as part of the trio of guitarist frontmen in the powerhouse band RHR (named after the line-up of Troy Redfern, Jack J Hutchinson and Mike Ross). A blend of the best of Southern rock, Americana and Blues and deeply rooted in the jam band scene.
Matt Pearce & The Mutiny
Glasgow-born London guitarist Matt Pearce is an original member of the successful hard rock group Voodoo Six (formed in 2005). Matt has released five albums with V6, the most recently recorded in L.A. at Steve Vai’s “Mothership Studios,” and their latest studio album is on the way. If you’re looking for smoky songs, look no further: blues and soul-based ballads; melodies that bounce with a ZZ Top kind of shuffle and swagger and songs that mix the brandy with premium firewater, moonshine and soul.