(Venice, CA) - PEACH, singer-songwriter-guitarist and multi-award-winning blues artist, makes a rare area appearance with her All-Star Band in concert at The Talking Stick, Tuesday, May 14. 8-9 p.m. $5. suggested minimum donation plus one (1) minimum purchase. Info: (310) 450-6052 or https://www.facebook.com/events/129001237294981/?fref=ts. Also performing: Viva & The Blues Righteous; and David Raven Rutchinski.
PEACH performs with an All-Star band of musicians featuring keyboardist Ken Stange (Joe Cocker); bassist Del Atkins (James Ingram); drummer extraordinaire James Gadson; and guitarist BR Millon (producer Richard Perry). PEACH has recorded with Taj Mahal, Marty Grebb (The Buckinghams), Reggie McBride (Elton John), Joey Delgado (Delgado Brothers), Garth Hudson (The Band) and Paul Barrere (LIttle Feat). She has co-written with Keb 'Mo' and Marty Grebb but diversifies with an occasional 'Dylanesque' treat. She is a past Los Angeles Music Awards, Rockwired Radio Awards, All Access Magazine Music Awards, and South Bay Music Awards recipient.
WOMENSRADIO.COM wrote, "PEACH immediately welcomes her listeners with warm and soulful rockin' blues that affords that certain "southern hospitality" that you should demand from purchasing an American blues album produced any time after Robert Johnson had "met the devil at the crossroads" and offered his soul in trade for an innate guitar playing ability...with no artificial anything, THE REAL THING is an historical record, sounding the return of the lost art of music with an unmitigated who's-who of blues and jazz players showing up to back Peach on this truly spectacular collection of songs."
PEACH is a dynamic live performer: "From the first note, the band displayed their talents admirably," wrote Pat Benny in SOUTHBOUND BEAT, reviewing her show at Martini Blues in Huntington Beach. "One of the many highlights of the evening, "Angel From Montgomery," belonged to PEACH. Her voice is unique for the blues, and her original compositions and clever treatments of classic material make listening to PEACH a pleasure," Benny concluded.