Salgado: " Clean Getaway"
well-respected veteran of the American blues scene,
Curtis Salgado has been rocking audiences with his full-force
vocals and powerful harmonica work since the late 1960s,
and has performed with some of the biggest and most
enduring acts in the genre."
"Salgado also became friends with up-and-coming
guitarist and songwriter Robert Cray,
who frequently played the Northwest at the time, and
when Salgado's Nighthawks began to splinter, he joined
Cray's band on harp and vocals. Salgado appeared on
Cray's debut album, 1980's Who's Been Talkin', but left
Cray's band in 1982; between 1984 and 1986, he was a
member of Roomful of Blues ..."
Jones: "Inside Out"
"The son of Dallas-based R&B guitarist John Jones,
Tutu Jones was truly a product of his environment -- growing
up in a house frequently populated by guests including
Freddie King, Little Joe Blue and Ernie Johnson, his own
future as a bluesman was never in doubt. Born John Jones
Jr. on September 9, 1966, he became a professional drummer
while still a teen, backing his uncles Curly "Barefoot"
Miller and L.C. Clark before moving on to work with the
likes of Z.Z. Hill and R.L. Burnside.
At the same time, however, Jones was also honing his guitar
and songwriting skills, and eventually began fronting
bands of his own ..."