From the first note to the last note, Elliott and the
Untouchables deliver deep blues drenched with raw emotion. From
gritty Chicago boogie to swampy Delta blues to Texas shuffles
to West Coast jumpin' blues. Every aspect of the blues. The
Untouchables serve up thick guitar tones, a smokiní horn
section, and sizzlin' keys on top of a red-hot rhythm section.
Powerful music soaked with energy and soul.
The band has taken their high-energy show to clubs and festivals
across the US including the House of Blues, Indiana's Bean
Blossom Blues Festival, The Cape Fear Blues Festival, The
Charleston Blues Bash, Asheville NC's Bele Chere Festival, the 3
Rivers Music Festival in Columbia, SC, and on Memphis' Beale
Street at the Crossroads Music Festival.
The Untouchables traveled to Ireland, opening for music legend
Van Morrison at the Monaghan Rhythm & Blues Festival and
performed at the Blackstairs Blues Festival in Enniscorthy.
Other international appearances include return engagements at
the Tremblant International Blues Festival in Quebec, Canada.
The band has released five CD's on BluePoint Records.
Their last release, "Voodoo Stew" has received great reviews,
airplay, and international acclaim including a nomination as
Best Self-Produced CD in the International Blues Challenge.
Previous releases, "Smokin' the Blues", "Both Ends Burnin'",
"Danger Zone", and "Last Meal" have been top sellers for the BluePoint label.
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