Evan Thomas has that thang. It’s in his inner soul, and that feeling which captures a down home essence, the foot stompin’, and head – nodding style, of the old Mississippi delta and Chicago Blues.
It’s the grit, in his soulful voice and his cryin’ guitar which sets him apart. Evan Thomas’s classic, electric blues guitar style, is influenced by some of the great guitar players of our time. The Evan Thomas Blues Band also features Wally Schnalle on drums, George Franklin on Bass and Noel Catura on Sax.
The Band is experienced and packs a potent performance, full of style and tone. Something fans of the Blues will not soon forget. This energetic and High Energy Funky Soulful Blues Band has opened for Great Acts such as Curtis Salgado, Tommy Castro, Tia Carroll, Selwyn Birchwood and Albert Cummings., Mike Zito and Albert Castiglia.
They Have performed at venues and Festivals such as San Jose Jazz Fest, Martinez Blues Festival, Gilroy Garlic Festival, Hanford Blues and Roots Festival, Blues and Bones Festival, Folsom Chicken Festival , Poor House Bistro, The Powerhouse Pub, The Phoenix, The Torch Club, Bankhead Theater, Almost Famous Wine Co, Impulse Room, Lillte Lou's BBQ, Roxx on Main, Just to name a few.
If you are looking for a great show with some fine musicians, And want to be entertained with a High Energy Funky, Soulful, Blues Show, then The Evan Thomas Band will not Disappoint!
Buddy Guy, Otis Rush, Freddy King, Albert King, Stevie Ray Vaughan BB King, Albert Collins, Eric Clapton, and Jimi Hendrix.
EVAN THOMAS BAND
Doin' what we love to do!
A SNIP OF HOW PEOPLE REACT TO OUR SHOW!
The Crowd says it all 😎
I DON'T WANT NOBODY
Live Performance in Livermore, CA at Almost Famous Wine Co.
THE EVAN THOMAS BAND - LIVE
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This is our Newest CD titled "Extra Sauce!". We hope you enjoy!
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