Sabrina Weeks - Vocalist

Sabrina Weeks SingingSabrina Weeks is a powerhouse vocalist who was featured at Massey Hall in 2012 as part of the Women in Blues Review and the Bluesin Toronto Etta James Tribute shows.  Her voice has been described as a ménage à trois between Etta James, Fae West and Doris Day writhing beneath black satin sheets.  

In 2012, Sabrina Weeks along with her band Swing Cat Bounce won a Maple Blues Award for best new Canadian blues act and their CD charted #1 on the RMR charts. Her original song, “Bad Boys” charted on BB Kings Bluesville at #1. Further, her CDs made the top 100 RMR list for most global radio plays  and have been rated  top 100 new CDs releases  according to the Real Blues “Top of the Charts” report. 

She has shared the stage with such legends as Jack de Keyzer, Shakura S’Aida, The Downchild Blues Band, Powder Blues, Colin James, and Steppenwolf.

"Sabrina has more energy than that bunny in the battery commercials.  She also has class, style, sass and smarts.  When she sings, the whole damn room lights up. I could be in love..."

Richard Flohil, Publicist, Richard Flohil and Associates

"Sabrina has more energy than that bunny in the battery commercials.  She also has class, style, sass and smarts.  When she sings, the whole damn room lights up. I could be in love..."

Richard Flohil, Publicist, Richard Flohil and Associates

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Heather Katz - Vocalist

Heather Katz SingingHeather began her career playing the famous Canadian coffee houses of the 70's such as the Riverboat, Bohemian Embassy, and Egertons in Toronto and the Yellow Door in Montreal. She toured across Canada with Motown’s Choker Campbell, and later became highly sought-after on the Toronto R&B scene.

Heather was one of the first to perform at the ‘Women in Blues’ series at Albert’s Hall. She has been honoured to perform with such world-class artists as Blind John Davis, James Brown, Long John Baldry, Otis Clay, Solomon Burke, and Matt "Guitar" Murphy.

Gathering together some of Canada’s musical royalty including Michael Fonfara of Downchild Blues Band and Danny Weiss of Iron Butterfly, a two-year process culminated in her long-awaited CD, “Tell Mama”. Since its release in May 2004, Heather has been a favourite at many Ontario festivals including Blues Skies and the Orangeville and Port Credit Blues & Jazz Festivals.

"Her voice is very unusual and I believe the more you hear it the more you want to...." BB King.

Cheryl Lescom - Vocalist

Cheryl LescomCheryl Lescom has been part of the Canadian music scene for over 35 years.

Starting off in 1975 with several of her own bands before becoming a back up singer for Ronnie Hawkins and touring with Long John Baldry.

Cheryl also sang on many national jingles in the 1980's.

She has toured and performed with the likes of Jeff Healey, Matt Minglewood, Dutch Mason, the Downchild Blues Band, Jack DeKeyser, Del Shannon, David Wilcox, Mel Brown, Paul James, Billy Durst and The Detroit Women.

To date, Cheryl has released 5 CD's.

Awards she has received include:

The Advertising Music Producers - Best Female Vocal Performance 1984
The Kitchener Blues Festival - Mel Brown Award 2006
Kitchener Waterloo Arts Award for Music 2009

As the late, great Long John Baldry once said, "Cheryl Lescom has one of the best and biggest voices in Canada..I've had many great singers with me over the years and Cheryl is by far one of my favourites!"

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