Bringing you the very best of the Midwest
Our Mission -
To showcase our talent with the same enthusiasm that they bring to their music
The best of Blues, Soul, R&B and more
Featured photo above, Lady J Huston
At the age of 18, Lady J was already touring the United States with the legendary Blues & Rock 'n Roll Hall of Famer, Albert "Blues Boy" King band for several years as lead Trumpeter, then horn section leader, and eventually moved up the ranks as Music Director, as well as opening act while being the only female in the band. She performed amongst music legends such as Muddy Waters, John Lee Hooker, B.B. King, Etta James, Millie Jackson, Bo Diddley, KoKo Taylor, Bobby Blue Bland, and many others.
Lady J got her first taste of fame as the vocalist with Rock 'n Roll Hall of Famer, Johnnie Johnson (a.k.a. Father of Rock 'n Roll piano) who was Chuck Berry's original pianist in which the song "Johnny B. Good" was written in honor of.
Based in one of the best music cities!
So many great bands call St. Louis and the Midwest their home, and we’ve had the privilege of working with many of them! Just let us know the music you’re after, and we’ll bring it! From booking to festival production to event promotion, we’ve done it all.
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A few words from Gary Clark Jr. about John McVey
"Probably around 8th grade or so I was listening to pop and hip-hop and all that stuff, too. Whatever was on the radio, if it was good, I liked it. But I went to a blues jam around this time, and I really loved it. I was hooked. I heard this guy John McVey play a song, San Jose by Freddie King, and my head just went off."
John McVey: Freddie King goes surfing
We drive our efforts through 25+ years of industry experience & relationships. And a history that includes a top rated ‘Music Destination’ site (STLBlues.net), years judging at the International Blues Challenge, a 2008 ‘Keeping the Blues Alive’ award from the Blues Foundation, and as co-founder of the National Blues Museum.