Traditional and Contemporary 
Rhythm and Blues

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Indiana Phoenix is a high energy RnB band delivering intense original and cover tunes from the stable of Adelaide bands such as The Others and Terra Firma, this band continues to deliver rhythms developed in the 60s and 70s. It features the up front vocals and blues harmonica of Brian Cain, guitar and vocals of Ross Brennan and guitar and vocals of Peter Jenkins. The band is driven by the seasoned drums of Jim Judd and bass and vocals of Peter Nixon. Indiana Phoenix have studio albums 'Laugh at the Devil' 2007 and 'Downunder' 2009 mixed and mastered by German producer Andy Volk.

The Fleurieu Bluesbreakers deliver more traditional shuffle and swing blues from the era of such performers as Little Walter, Muddy Waters and BB King, performances culminate in driving rhythms similar to Dave Edmunds. It features the up front blues harp and vocals of Brian Cain, guitar and vocals of Ross Brennan, drums of Jim Judd and bass and vocals of Peter Nixon. An original album has been recorded and a release tour will begin in February 2018. This is an entirely original product recorded in Port Adelaide and Normanville on the Fleurieu peninsula, and the producers hailing from Victor Harbor and West Lakes areas of South Australia. By early 2018 the band would have replaced its cover repertoire with originals. 

Acoustic duo Brian Cain and Ross Brennan have a wide repertoire of traditional and contemporary blues that include originals. From traditional pieces featuring just vocals and harp from the likes of Mississippi Fred McDowell, Muddy Waters and Sonny Terry and Brownie McGee to the originals inspired by the effects of isolation and ancient classics such as Waltzing Matilda.