Blues, Boogie Woogie & New Orleans Piano



Welcome to my promotional archives- check it out and read what people have been saying about us in the press (click bottom right hand corner of each item to enlarge), and look for updates soon... 

Article in SOUTH BEND TRIBUNE (11-18-05) 

Article from the Cincinnati Post (11-3-05) promoting the SEVENTH ANNUAL BLUES & BOOGIE PIANO SUMMIT

Articles regarding the Sixth Annual BLUES & BOOGIE PIANO SUMMIT
from the Cincinnati Enquirer (10-8-04) & CityBeat Magazine (10-6-04)

Here's a "Q & A" with Ricky from CityBeat Magazine (8-4-04), and an article about Nick Lloyd in the Cincinnati Enquirer (8-6-04)

A comprehensive piece from Mike Breen @ CityBeat (11-14-02) about the Fourth Annual Blues & Boogie Piano Summit

Cincinnati Annual Music Awards...Winner of the awards for Best Blues/Classic R&B Band AND Best Solo Performer! Check out all of the award winners (Cincinnati Enquirer, March 21, 2001)

Mardi Gras 2001 accolades from CityBeat: Here's a brief excerpt from Mike Breen from the March 21, 2001 issue of CityBeat.

A philanthropic venture in association with the Greater Cincinnati Blues Society and other area musicians: Blues in the Schools strives to use blues music as a force to pull students into local area music programs. Here's a link to an article in the February 13, 2001 issue of the 
Cincinnati Post
and a shot of one of my new fans!

The Boogie Summit of 2000 saw a repeat of a fabulous gathering of some of the world's hottest players poundin' the 88's! Here are some of the details on our organization of the event.

I also try to promote the genre by taking to the's a November 7, 2000 article from CityBeat.

...a nod from the October 1, 2000 Cincinnati Enquirer to Robin Lacy and myself for our performances @ the 2000 World Jam Music Festival @ Sawyer Point in Cincinnati, Ohio

A few details from Mike Breen on my 2000 sojourn to Brussels to tour with 2000 and 2001 Boogie Summit mate, Renaud Patigny: ...

...when I'm done playing or promoting...I'm showin' em around the town- from a July 7, 2000 article on the Queen City Blues Festival organized by the Greater Cincinnati Blues Society.

Here are a few kind words from the folks @ Baldwin... Bio notes from the February 2000 NAMM Show Baldwin circular.