They are reaching new audiences with their energetic and original take on the blues, combining influences from soul, jazz and progressive rock.
They have been booked for high-profile shows, supporting big name blues acts such such as award-winning band The Producers and virtuoso guitarist Sherman Robertson. They have been highly praised for their songwriting ability and musicianship and have received acclaim from traditional blues audiences, proving they can hold their own as a young fresh-sounding blues group, and being compared to the great British blues band The Hoax.
They are now building a dedicated fan base outside their local area, and their tracks have been played on the GTFM Blues Show, Stockport Pure FM s Roots Music show and their local commercial station, CFM.
As for 2010... Feed Me have just completed their self-released debut album Blood On The Moon and are already getting great feedback on it. This summer they will be back on the road, playing shows all over the country, including a prestigious slot on the main stage at Maryport Blues Festival in July, where headliners will include Grammy award-winning Robert Cray and soul queen Mica Paris.
Feed Me appeal to teenage audiences as well as older blues fans. They play their own versions of classic blues numbers like 'Hoochie Coochie Man' and 'Crossroads' mixed with original material. They go down particularly well at pubs, clubs and festivals but have also played at the occasional wedding and private party.