A History of The Little Red Rooster Blues Band
Like a fine wine, The Little Red Rooster Blues Band just seems to get better with age. Founded back in 1988 the band has successfully developed their own sound through interpretations of traditional Chicago Blues and West Coast Jump Blues. Over the years the band has consistently performed their high energy brand of blues in many renowned clubs and festivals. Their performance mission is simple: To entertain and leave them hungry for more.
Little Red Rooster has performed with many legendary blues artists such as: Charlie Musslewhite, Kenny Neal, The Nighthawks, Jim Thackery and the Drivers, Steady Rollin’ Bob Margolin, Satan and Adam, Jerry Portnoy, Lonnie Mack, Duke Robillard, Jimmy Dawkins, and Jimmy Rogers.
The band has traveled extensively performing in many major cities including the home of the blues, Chicago, Ill. The band has also traveled to the United Kingdom, performing at clubs and headlining the Internationally Acclaimed Harbury Blues Festival in July of 1999 and also again in 2000, 2001, and 2015.
The Little Red Rooster band has found tremendous success in their recording efforts. Their first release, Philadelphia to Memphis , received national recognition within the blues community. Their second release, Livin’ Large, was released in July 1997 and received tremendous reviews from fans and followers alike. The band’s follow up to Livin’ Large was Broke Again, which went on to receive tremendous praise from fans. That recording sparked a featured article in American Harmonica News magazine. The band’s follow-up CD, The Kids Love, marked the 15-year anniversary of the group. Their most recent CD, Hijinx and Tomfoolery, was released in 2016.