Blues Brothers
featuring
Tommy "Pipes" McDonnell

 

Left to Right:
Duck Dunn (bass), Danny Gottlieb (drums), Tommy,
Steve Cropper (guitar), Eddie Floyd (vocals), Birch Johnson (trombone),
Alan Rubin (hidden, trumpet), Matt Guitar Murphy (guitar), Lou Marini (sax)

 


The Blues Brothers Band is alive and well. Five original members hand-picked by John Belushi and Dan Aykroyd have assembled the ultimate rhythm and blues review. Now featuring Tommy "Pipes" McDonnell, the Blues Brothers Band have emerged as a powerful entity in their own right. Since regrouping in 1988, the Band has triumphantly performed each year in international large and small venues. They have headlined at most of the Jazz and Blues Festivals throughout Europe such as The Montreux Jazz Festival in Switzerland where the album “Live in Montreux” was recorded. Recent highlights of the Blues Brothers “Mission” include the full-length feature film “Blues Brothers 2000” with Dan “Elwood Blues” Aykroyd and John “Mighty Mack” Goodman.

 

 


"The Blues Brothers Band is probably the best and most fun soul and R&B band today."
- Pable Carrero, ABC, Madrid, Spain

"I was astonished at the masses of fans who turned out and were all "electrified" by the legendary musicians (Blues Brothers Band)."
- Jazz Forum, Poland

"In the festival history we have never seen an act so exciting and full of energy!"
- Marseilles Jazz Festival, France

 

 


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