Fiesta Blues Heritage Series with The Texas Horns, The Peterson Brothers

San Antonio Blues Society Presents:

Fiesta Blues Heritage Series with The Texas Horns, The Peterson Brothers

Shelby Cheyenne

Sun, April 30, 2017

Doors: 12:00 pm / Show: 1:00 pm

$15.00 - $50.00

This event is all ages

Seating NOT GUARANTEED. Any Seating Available is on a First Come, First Served Basis. NO REFUNDS all sales final. 

All Minors Will Be Charged an Additional $5 At the Door. 17 & Under Admitted with Parent or Guardian Only. - $15 Advance/ $20 Day of Show/ $50 Reserved Booth


The Texas Horns
The Texas Horns
The Texas Horns have been blowing audiences away on stages and on record since 1999. Now we finally get to hear them celebrate their own sound on CD with some of their closest friends in the music business.

Mark ëKazí Kazanoff, John Mills, and Adalberto ëAlí Gomez have truly been there/done that, producing and backing a whoís who of blues, soul, and rock bands ñ inducing Bonnie Raitt, Buddy Guy, Dr. John, Los Lobos, Los Lonely Boys, the Allman Brothers Band and more ñ and creating their spontaneous horn section magic on stages all over North America. These guys have held the spotlight at the big festivals in Ottawa, Chicago, and Portland. Special guest stars who have performed the The Texas Horns include Marcia Ball, W.C. Clark, Nick Conolly, Anson Funderburg, Roscoe Beck and Johnny Nicholas.

For the show, Kaz will be on his tenor sax and harmonica, and steps up to sing. John blows his swinging bari sax and Al wields his trusty trumpet. The band boasts Austin blues maestros Corey Keller on drums and vocals, Sarah Brown on bass and vocals), and Derek OíBrien on guitar. And we are hoping to also see Nick Connolly on keyboards and vocals. Whether itís bringing new life to gems like ìCaldoniaî or ìPeople Get Readyî or introducing their own material (listen to ìSoul Strollî or ìKick Me Againî or ìBlues Gotta Hold on Meî) these guys know how to play - romping, stomping and updating that great horn sound from the 40s and 50s.
The Peterson Brothers
The Peterson Brothers
The Peterson Brothers possess a modern blend of blues, soul and funk. Glenn Jr., 20 on guitar and lead vocals, and his brother Alex, 18, on bass and background vocals, have been playing together since they were young kids. Rising stars in Austin, Texas, the Peterson Brothers have been referred to as, “The future of Austin music” by Mark Murray of Sun Radio in Austin, and “Some of the most talented musicians I have seen come out of Austin” by Jamfeed.
The Peterson Brothers hold a standing room only weekly residency at Austin’s famed music hall, The Continental Club. They have played with and opened for the likes of Gary Clark Jr., the late B.B. King, Buddy Guy, Los Lonely Boys, North Mississippi Allstars and Willie Nelson.
They have appeared at festivals throughout the United States, including the Chicago Blues Festival, Minnesota State Fair, Riverbend Festival, Austin City Limits Festival, Ogden Roots and Blues, King Biscuit Festival, Old Settler’s Music Fest, Lancaster Blues & Roots, Allentown Blues, Brews & Barbecue, and many more.
● “You can’t help but smile when you watch them play” Texas Lifestyle Magazine
● “Their set was bristling with fun and infectious energy”
● The Peterson brothers, two barely-legal sibling guitarists from Texas, played one of the funkiest, most fun headline sets the festival has seen.” The Morning Call
● “The Peterson Brothers Band just rolled into Houston and killed it with blues, funk and some good ol rock n roll....” Hanks Americana Radio
● The Peterson Brothers delivered an amazing blues and R&B set that was part Isaac Hayes, part Stevie Ray Vaughn and part Stanley Clarke.
● “The only thing missing from the Peterson Brothers Band is the word "amazing" at the front of the name.” - San Antonio Express-News
Shelby Cheyenne
Shelby Cheyenne
At the age of 11, Shelby Cheyenne started playing the electric guitar. Like most kids, she went to her guitar lessons and practiced her guitar20 minutes a day. One day, Shelby purchased a DVD set of Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble, and it changed her life forever. Stevie Ray Vaughan led her down the historical path of the Blues. She was hooked. A year later, she convinced her parents to move from Knoxville, TN to the Live Music Capitol of the World, Austin, TX. From Austin to San Antonio, Shelby attended every possible blues jam. These jams enabled Shelby to hone her guitar skills and improve her musicianship in the Blues genre. She is so thankful to have been able to play with so many talented musicians that love the Blues as much as she does.

At seventeen, Shelby Cheyenne started fronting her own band and has been playing out at many local venues. Currently, she is a high school senior looking forward to graduation. She hopes to release her first CD this summer.
Venue Information:
Sam's Burger Joint
330 East Grayson Street
San Antonio, TX, 78215