...big-city blues from the ‘50s with jazz and high-energy rockabilly and soul [in] a package that’s totally their own”

Marty Gunther, Blues Blast Magazine

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Proudly representing the musical legacy of Louisville, Kentucky are a band of best friends, brothers, a husband and a wife. Their sound is a melting pot all their own of 1950s big city electric blues combined with the high-energy sounds of early rockabilly and soul. Laurie Jane's jazz influenced vocals, sincere and restrained, float across the churning depths of Cort Duggins's twelve string slide guitar, double stop leads and deep blues picking. Jason Embry's upright "catt-house" bass and Scott Dugdale's drums lay down raucous, swinging backbeats.

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 Recent Festival Appearances

  • Garvin Gate Blues Festival Louisville, KY

  • Heritage Music BluesFest Wheeling, WV 

  • Kenlake Hot August Blues Festival Aurora, KY

  • Merchant Street Music Festival Kankakee, IL

  • Canal Winchester Blues and Ribfest CW, Ohio

  • BBQ, Blues, and Bikes Festival Elizabethtown, KY

  • Germantown-Schnitzelburg Blues Festival  Lou, KY

 

[A] tight band, clearly loving every minute of what they’re doing and the shimmering, classic voice of Laurie Jane ”

Gary Burnett, Down at the Crossroads

Laurie Jane and the 45s catapult country blues straight into the stratosphere!”

Rainey Wetnight, Blues Blast Magazine

When in need of old school top shelf blues with a jazz twist stock up on Laurie Jane and The 45s”

Hans Werksman, Here Comes the Flood

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