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Nick Schnebelen • 7:30pm & 9:30pm • $22

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"Echos of the blues like Freddie King, Buddy Guy ..Nick Schnebelen's world-class guitar playing leads �the way." JS, Seatle PI

Nick Schnebelen has quickly built a reputation as killer lead guitar player and impassioned vocalist.�As founding member of the award winning popular family band Trampled Under Foot ( TUF), Nick�has traveled the world playing festivals such as Notodden, Montreal, and as fan favorites on the�annual Legendary Blues Cruise. Today Nick performs with his own band, as does his sister Daniele,�and brother Chris. The siblings still perform a few re-union shows as Trampled Under Foot. Now,�Nick Schnebelen continues to tour world-wide, bringing his raw blues energy guitar and vocals,�backed by a hot rock n blues band. .

�Music Industry agrees: In 2008 Trampled Under Foot (TUF) won the International Blues Competition�and Nick won The Albert King Award for "Best Guitarist". Shortly thereafter Nick and his family band�TUF recorded two great blues releases with Tony Braunagel producing ( Taj Mahal, Robert Cray):�"Wrong side of Blues" and "Badlands" and the latter debuted #1 on Billboard and won "Best�Contemporary Blues Album at the Blues Music Awards in 2014. Today, Nick is again working with�Tony Braunagel for Nick's next album to be released in 2017. "It's great to be working with Tony�again. I am currently writing new songs for this release. It's going to be a blast recording in LA".

�Nick Schnebelen has blues in his blood. Nick and siblings grew up with their parents who played�music full time in the Kansas City blues scene. Their house often became a jam space for their�parents Lisa Swedlund and Robert Schnebelen's popular blues band, Little Eva & The Works. Today�Nick continues that tradition with the blues as he travels world-wide with his own band. Look for even�greater success for Nick in the coming months.