Roach and the Band having fun with an old favorite
CAFÉ R&B has been wowing audiences since they were first discovered in Los Angeles by the likes of Ike Turner and Buddy Guy in the late ’90s… After seeing the band at L.A.’s famed Troubadour nightclub, Ike Turner exclaimed: “I ain’t seen nothin’ like that since Me and You-Know-Who!”… Buddy Guy heard about the commotion and invited the band to his Southside Chicago club where, opening for blues legend Otis Rush, the band received a standing ovation from the sold-out crowd.
They were soon recognized as a force to be reckoned with, leaving a trail of incendiary performances, as they shared stages with Etta James, Little Feat, The Black Crowes, and Bettye LaVette, to name a few. Soon they were in the studio recording the first of their four critically acclaimed albums, and spreading their message throughout the U.S. and Europe, one stage at a time. In the words of Blues Historian Dick Shurman, “No one ever forgets the first time they see “CAFÉ R&B”
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