Date(s) - 04/03/2022
6:30 pm - 9:30 pm
VizzTone recording artist Terry Hanck is in the modern pantheon of tenor sax greats. For over 50 years, he has been treating us to his vibrant saxophone tones, played over a shifting musical landscape covering Blues, R&B, and soul genres with equal dexterity. Hanck is a three-time Blues Music Award Winner, won the 2014 International Songwriting Competition in the Blues Category, and in 2012 won the Living Blues Award for Best Horn.
Born in Chicago, Terry Hanck started his own band, the Grayson Street Houserockers, in San Francisco in 1970. He became known to much of the Blues world while playing in Elvin Bishop’s band in the 1970s.
Joined by his solid sender bandmates–Johnny Soubrand (the sizzling master guitarist celebrating his 18-year anniversary in the band), and the tight all-star rhythm section of long-time drummer Butch Cousins (younger brother to Robert Cray bassist Richard Cousins) and bassist Tim Wagar.
Ramblin’ Mutts performs soulful, original, Blues and R&B. They will play selections from their new stellar CD “Pity & Mercy” and also a few reinterpretations of traditional Blues classics that honor the legacy of this timeless music form.
As always fronting the band is Dan Stepp on lead vocals, keyboards and slide guitar. Playing lead guitar is the talented Paul Goble, and the rhythm section is made up of Richard Heipp on bass joined by the driving drumbeats of Rich Patrick.