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George Thorogood & The Destroyers

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George Thorogood and the Destroyers gathered a strong following with such releases as “One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer,” “Move It On Over,” “Born To Be Bad” and “American Made.” But it is the band’s breakthrough hit album's title song, “Bad to the Bone,” that has become synonymous with the group. The album spent nearly an entire year on the... read full bio

Ghalia Volt

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Years had passed since Volt left her home of Brussels to busk on the busking circuit in the vibrant city of New Orleans, where she initially gained notoriety as the fiery frontwoman of Mama's Boys, the local heroes. This connection resulted in Volt's critically acclaimed debut album Let The Demons Out (hailed by Classic Rock as "an irresistible force") and Volt's... read full bio

Gin Wigmore

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Singer-songwriter Virginia Claire Wigmore is from New Zealand. Wigmore, who was featured on the Smashproof song "Brother" in 2009, later released four albums, the first three of which reached the top of the New Zealand Albums Chart: "Holy Smoke" (2009), "Gravel and Wine" (2011), "Blood to Bone" (2015), and "Ivory" (2018). She is renowned for her raspy, high-pitched voice. At... read full bio


Book Gitkin for your next event.

Gitkin's music occupies a liminal space between primitive, rootsy recollection and far-off exotic desire — a dusty bordertown where the familiar mixes imperceptibly into the enthrallingly alien. Multi-instrumentalist Brian J set out to experiment with tonalities he'd never played with after a lengthy and successful tenure as a bandleader with the continuously touring party-rockers Pimps Of Joytime and a Grammy-nominated country... read full bio

Gone Tomorrow

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San Diego's finest bluegrass band, Gone Tomorrow plays hard-driving bluegrass music. Based in San Diego, the band also plays a wide variety of Texas swing, old-time, and early country music. The name of the band says it all, and true-to-form there have been a number of personnel changes as musicians come and go. The latest incarnation of Gone Tomorrow includes... read full bio

Grace Woodroofe

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Early in her career, she released songs that demonstrated poignant promise. Thanks to the late Heath Ledger, the young songwriter was thrust onto the worldwide scene and met Ben Harper, her first mentor, who would go on to record her debut album, Always Want. Beautiful fusion of inspirations that, when viewed through Woodroofe's particular perspective, echoed the sonic depth of... read full bio


Book Grandson for your next event.

"Grandson is the rock act of young artist Jordan Benjamin. He released his first track, Things Change, setting off on a path into the rock music world. Grandson aims to change the rock and roll genre, or at least participate in its evolution. Grandon and his band performs an alternative style of rock. By mixing blues riffs, hip-hop beats, and... read full bio

Grant Maloy Smith

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Grant Maloy Smith puts his heart and soul into American Roots music. Smith uses his mastery of singing and songwriting to blend traditional country, bluegrass, and folk music into a unique sound of his own. He is a Grammy nominated artist, a four-time nominee in the Indie Music Channel awards, an Associate Producer of Grammy nominated and Grammy Award-winning album... read full bio

Hamilton Loomis

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Hamilton Loomis is a talented guitarist, based out of Houston, Texas, who performs for fans all around the world. He holds a strong musical foundation, growing up with a musically inclined family. Loomis has developed many skills as a multi-instrumentalist, playing drums, piano, guitar, and harmonica at a young age. He founded a vocal group comprised of family members, and... read full bio

Hanni El Khatib

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Bay Area native Hanni El Khatib blends blues, garage, folk and classic rock & roll crooning into his music. Khatib released two singles, “Dead Wrong” and “Build. Destroy. Rebuild”, through Innovative Leisure, for which he is the visual director and co-owner. He landed a spot with Florence and the Machine on tour, and quickly built up a solid fan base.... read full bio

Heartless Bastards

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Cincinnati-based garage rock band Heartless Bastards is known for their well-crafted blend of genres including country rock, garage, blues, and indie. Band members when the band was created include Dave Colvin as the drummer, Michael Weinel as the lead guitarist, Adam McAllister on the bass guitar, and Erika Wennerstrom as a pianist, guitarist, and lead vocalist. The bands first ever... read full bio

Hector Tellez Jr.

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Hector Tellez Jr., a musician of Cuban descent, performed with passion in many Havana bars every week, showcasing his polished, melodic blues rock sound. But locals weren't always fond of his style, which combined the raw intensity of Muddy Waters screaming on electric guitars with the enigmatic yet loving aura of Jeff Buckley. Betty Malo was one of the believers. During... read full bio

Henry Butler

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Widely hailed as a pianist and vocalist both as a solo artist and with a variety of groups. Considered by many to be the premier exponent of the great New Orleans jazz and blues piano tradition, Henry Butler is equally respected for his versatile work as a composer and arranger in a broad range of genres, and as a... read full bio

Heritage Blues Orchestra

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The grit of low-down country and urban blues with the bold brass of New Orleans; the hand-clapping fervor of gospel punctuated with fiery postmodern, jazz-infused horn arrangements; the haunting cries of work songs and pulsating drums that reach back to the real roots of it all. Youll journey across the Middle Passage, be driven down Highway 49 from Clarksdale to... read full bio

Highly Suspect

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Highly Suspect is a Grammy-nominated rock group, made up of twin brothers Rick and Ryan Meyer and their best friend Johnny Stevens. Their debut album, Mister Asylum, earned them their first Grammy Award nomination for Best Rock Album. It spawned the singles Lydia, which was also nominated for a Grammy, and Bloodfeather. Highly Suspect followed up with the album The... read full bio

Hiss Golden Messenger

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The American singer-songwriter M.C. Taylor is the driving force behind the musical endeavor Hiss Golden Messenger. Taylor, who was born and reared in California, has developed a devoted fan base and received critical acclaim for his compelling musical journey. Due to Taylor's beautiful vocals and reflective lyricism, Hiss Golden Messenger has a folk, rock, and Americana fusion vibe. Taylor's songs, which... read full bio

History of Rock & Soul

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Pauly and the Goodfellas come together to bring you a one of a kind show entitled, The History of Rock & Soul, which brings you anywhere from gospel, ragtime, blues, and good old rock. The band comes together to bring you the old-school music from the Mississippi River that was truly the best there was at the time and led... read full bio

Hot Tuna

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Hot Tuna is an American blues-rock band formed by bassist Jack Casady and guitarist Jorma Kaukonen, as a spin-off of Jefferson Airplane. The band plays acoustic and electric versions of original and traditional blues songs. They have toured with multi-instrumentalist Barry Mitterhoff and drummer Erik Diaz, and have played electric shows with guitarist GE Smith. One of Hot Tuna's most... read full bio


Book Houndmouth for your next event.

After performing for at the 2012 SXSW to promote their homemade album, Rough Trade's Geoff Travis offered the Indiana native Houndmouth a contract. Their debut album, From the Hills Below the City, was released a year later and they promoted it on Letterman, Conan. World Cafe, and the festivals ACL, Americana Music Festival, Bonnaroo, Lollapalooza, and Newport Folk Festival. They... read full bio


Book Hozier for your next event.

Hozier is the stage name of Andrew John Hozier-Byrne, an Irish musician, singer, and composer. His music frequently incorporates literary and theological themes and generally pulls from folk, soul, and blues. After releasing his debut single "Take Me to Church," which has received multi-platinum certification in various nations, he experienced success on a global scale. County Wicklow native Hozier, whose... read full bio

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Celebrity Talent International is a booking agent to help you hire blues performers for corporate functions, business or private parites, fairs or festivals, weddings, speaking engangments, print or online advertising campaigns, media events, endorsements, fundraisers, or appearances. Contact CTI by calling 725-228-5100 today or submitting a request in order to book talent like George Thorogood & The Destroyers, Ghalia Volt, Gin Wigmore, Gitkin, Gone Tomorrow, Grace Woodroofe, Grandson, Grant Maloy Smith, Hamilton Loomis, Hanni El Khatib, Heartless Bastards, Hector Tellez Jr., Henry Butler, Heritage Blues Orchestra, Highly Suspect, Hiss Golden Messenger, History of Rock & Soul, Hot Tuna, Houndmouth, Hozier and more!