Steve Sarkowsky - Drummer:

Steve’s a native of Seattle. Founder of the award-winning Highway 99 Blues Club in Seattle and recipient of the prestigious “Keeping the Blues Alive Award” from the International Blues Foundation. Graduate of University of Washington, member of University of Washington jazz workshop band and veteran of local music scene for many years. Has toured throughout the region with country, blues, classic rock and pop folk bands. Two-time nominee for best blues drummer from the Washington blues society. Member of bands nominated for best new band, best band and winner of best blues band with the Robbie Laws Bigger Blues Band of which Steve was the founder. Has worked with many area bands. Played Bumbershoot, Waterfront Blues Festival in Portland and other fairs and festivals.

Tommy Wall aka “T Wall” Bass/Vocals: 

Tommy Wall is originally from Boston, Ma where he cut his teeth playing in jam bands influenced by southern rock greats. He has been playing bass and providing lead a backing-vocals for over 40 years in bands from Boston to Seattle, Vegas and throughout the mid-west. Tommy hosted the award winning sunday night blues jam in fall city, wa for well over a decade with many noteable guests from the regioan an internationally. Tommy’s versatility and work ethic has got him gigs with Rock, Blues, RnB and Zydeco bands throughout his career in music. 

Randy Norris – Guitar/Vocals:

Randy Norris has spent much of his life guitar slingin' on the road, blending soul, rock, New Orleans rhythm and delta blues with dynamic vocals and living by the credo: "If there's no feeling, you're just wasting your breath" He is a former member of The Boxtops, Jack Mack and the Heart Attack and "The Wolf" (with former members of Steppenwolf).

Marc Lagen – Guitar/Vocals:

Marc Lagen has been playing a Soul, Blues and R&B influenced style dating back to the 1960’s. Currently celebrating 21 years with the Big Dog Revue as well as newer projects like Big Road Blues, Sheri Roberts-Greimes and various recording / performing projects, Marc has a 52 year history of guitar, pedal steel, bass and singing/songwriting in varied musical genre’s and has been involved in a multitude of studio and performing projects nationwide. 

Jeff Conlin – Keys: 

Jeff is from just east of Washington DC, self taught, and started playing in gospel and ska bands in high school. Blues jams led to a long residency with the late, great soul guru Jesse James Johnson, followed by touring with IBC finalists The Westcott Brothers and Clarence "The Bluesman" Turner, sitting in with the likes of Kenny Neal, Bo Diddley, and The Funky Meters, and session work with rock, country, reggae, gospel, and blues bands up and down the east coast. Moving to Seattle in 2007, Jeff was a founder of instrumental soul combo The Satellite 4, and continues to sit in with a variety of blues and soul bands in "both" Washingtons whenever possible.