Joe Mazzari, guitar, lead vocals, songwriter 

Joe Mazzari began writing roots-rock music in his 20s, influenced by John Hiatt, Bob Dylan, Link Wray, Rory Gallagher and the Delta blues musicians. Caught up in the Boston rock scene in the 1980s, Joe recorded a handful of albums/CDs and toured the U.S. and U.K.  

Joe fronted The Daughters, Two Saints, Jacknife Beat, and the Joe Mazzari Band. He also recorded and toured with Johnny Thunders of the NY Dolls and the Heartbreakers fame for three years, and appeared on three of Johnny's albums. Joe had the good fortune to record with legendary producer Jimmy Miller (Rolling Stones, Traffic and Motorhead) and John Peel of BBC fame. Combining a touch of raunchy rock with his roots-rock music in the early 2000s, Joe gravitated back to his raw original style. 

Joe has written close to 300 far. 

Some Historically Notable Venues Joe Performed At: 

The Rat 
The Paradise 
The Channel 
And many others 
Irving Plaza 
Peppermint Lounge 
And many others 
Up and down the East Coast of USA 
Vermont to Florida 
England and Scotland 
The Mayfair,  Scotland 
The Cavern Club, Liverpool 
The Marquee Club, London



Dixie, drummer, back-up vocals 

After stumbling upon a film documentary called “Deep Blues” and hearing, for the first time, Mississippi hill country blues legends Junior Kimbrough and R.L. Burnside, it changed her life so much, Dixie vowed to teach herself to play drums in the style of her newly found heroes. In 2008 Dixie joined the hill country blues band All Night Long that produced three albums. Dixie became Leo Bud Welch’s drummer in 2013 has performed in over 20 festivals in the US, Europe and Africa. She is featured in a documentary on Leo Bud Welch, "Late Blossom Blues-The Leo "Bud" Welch Documentary" was released January 2017. Dixie was included on Leo's Mississippi Blues Trail Marker as his drummer.   Sam Carr, Willie “Big Eyes” Smith and Calvin Jackson (Cedric Burnside’s father) continue to impact her style of drumming. Dixie endorses Peridore Custom Sticks and plays TAMA Silverstar drums. "I was happily surprised the first time I heard Dixie play behind Mr. Leo. Dixie has the ear for raw blues. She is very humble about her talent, which makes it that much better." ~ Cedric Burnside, grandson of the famed hill country blues artist R.L. Burnside and seven-time winner of Blues Music Award for best “Drummer of the Year.” "The late, great T-Model Ford really locked into his own sound when he had the late, great Spam backing him up on drums. The two shared an almost telekinetic sense of communication between them and rare were the times when words had to be spoken when they were up on the bandstand. It seems that Welch has found his ‘Spam’ in the form of the dynamic Ms. Dixie Street, his drummer for the past couple of years. Just like T-Model and Spam, Leo Bud Welch and Dixie Street go together better than peanut butter and jelly."   ~ Blues Blast Magazine Senior Writer Terry Mullins 

Festivals & Venues Dixie Performed At:   

The Iridium - Manhattan, NY 
Echoplex - Los Angeles, CA 
The Bowery Electric - NYC 
Rockwood Music Hall - NYC 
Juke Joint Festival - Clarksdale, MS 
Beale Street Music Festival - Memphis, TN 
Simi Valley Cajun & Blues Music Festival – Simi, CA 
Linz Music Festival -Linz, Austria 
Deep Blues Festival - Clarksdale, MS 
Sunflower River Blues and Gospel Festival - Clarksdale, MS 
Harvest Time Blues Festival – Monaghan, Ireland 
Mississippi Delta Blues and Heritage Festival – Greenville, MS 
Gateway to the Delta Music Festival – Charleston, MS 
King Biscuit Blues Festival – Helena, AR 
Bentonia Blues Festival – Bentonia, MS 
Calgary Folk Music Festival – Calgary Alberta, Canada 
Edmonton Folk Music Festival – Edmonton Alberta, Canada 
Telluride Blues and Brews Festival – Telluride, CO 
Chickie Wah-Wah - New Orleans, LA 
Big Bender Blues Festival – Las Vegas, NV 
Americana Music Triangle Music Festival – Franklin, TN 
Baton Rouge Blues Festival 
Creative Alliance - Baltimore, MD 
Highway 61 Blues Festival – Leland, MS 
October Festival – Cleveland, MS 
Oxford American – Little Rock, AR 
Blues Rules Festival - Crissier, Switzerland 
Red's Lounge - Clarksdale, MS 
Double Decker Music Festival - Oxford, MS 
Mojo Blues Bar - Copenhagen, Denmark 
Blues Kitchen - Camden, London 
Ground Zero Blues Club - Clarksdale, MS 
4AD Music Club - Belguim  
Turbinehaus - Berlin 
Memphis In May - Memphis, TN  
Railway Inn - Leigh on Sea, England 
Overton on Dees Roots and Real Ale Festival - Wrexham, Wales 
Safeway Waterfront Blues Festival - Portland, OR 
Mighty Mississippi Blues Festival - Greenville, MS 
Bukka White Blues Festival - Aberdeen, MS 
Kolia Blues Festival - Kolia, Ivory Coast