Miss Freddye's Blues Band is known for their mix of high energy Chicago blues along with that sweet southern soulful blues sound!
Miss Freddye is sultry and rough rising when belting out a story thru the music she sings! Greg "G-man" Casile plays blues guitar like he's talking in a smoked filled room full of players and gamblers. His playing commands attention holding the unsuspecting audience spellbound by the blues in the making coming from his heart and through his amplifier! Greg "Bootleg" Sejko lays down a smooth, solid no nonsense bass when he's keeping the rhythm section on the line. Setting up blues bass is what he does that's gives you more than just a Faze! Tim "Mick" McDermott is the other half of the rhythm section. Going back to roots blues basics is what he's all about! Staying in the pocket, giving all that he has and then some! Bob "Bobby Deal" Powers commands the lap steel guitar! He slides up and down making your love for blues ten fold. He gets right, nice and tight, and ain't no fuss or fight! Loving those blues is what this band will have you do! Miss Freddye's Blues Band performs in festivals, community fairs, local and regional venues, and local charities.
Miss Freddye's Homecookin' Trio is just that! They are cookin' up music that'll keep you coming back for more! While keeping it bluesy, Miss Freddye vocally explores the genres of gospel, classic rock and even a hint of country and bluegrass with this trio. Mike Huston has developed a nice acoustic style of blues guitar, keyboard, and vocals. He brings his love of music to blend into Miss Freddye's storytelling thru music! Bob DiCola has the rhythm section on congas and a few other percussion pieces he pulls out from his bag of goodies! He keeps the pace, dancing with his hands as he lays down the beat for the music they make together as a trio! Miss Freddye's Home Cookin' Trio is well suited for smaller venues or situations that require a more laid back sound such as supper clubs or upscale lounge music.They also perform for local and regional churches, local and regional community fairs, private parties, and a number of charities.