Mick Martin And The Blues Rockers

Mick Martin And The Blues Rockers
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Mick Martin, host of “Mick Martin’s Blues Party” on Capital Public Radio, one of the few harmonica players to play Carnegie Hall, has played with everyone from Jimmy Smith to Bo Diddley. Together with his band, Mick Martin and the Blues Rockers, he has won several Sacramento Area Music Awards (SAMMIES). MMBR brings a blend of powerful, soulful blues rock, both original songs and classic blues rock tunes, music that has a touch of humor and a lot of heart.

With such songs as, “Goin’ Down,”

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