Die Thirsty Mamas
Seit 2006 ist die Band aus Hamburg auf dem Weg, dem good-ole blues’n roll in der Tradition von Robert Johnson über Johnny Winter bis Red Devils die Ehre zu erweisen. Fünf Musiker voller Power und Leidenschaft für Blues und Rock - jeder Gig schweißtreibend und purer Rock´n´Roll. Was kann man über diese Truppe noch sagen? Am besten live erleben.
Thirsty Mamas – Hamburg’s späteste Band.
So schreibt die Presse über die Band:
“The Thirsty Mamas and as they entitle themselves “Hamburgs Latest Band” were spreading as special guest a lot of pure joy for lovers of good-ole blues’n roll. They had untamed power and passion by their play. It all started by a fulminant blues-harp solo by Mike Jaedke. He blew his soul out of his tattooed body. `Highway Man’ was broiling by the power bass and drums by Vicente Hernando and Josef Euler. ‘Magic Spell’ was spreading some hoodoo mystery, specially by the hellacious vocals of Steff Schneider. He could be the younger brother of Arthur Brown by his vocals, look and freakiness on stage. TM topped their performance as conclusion for their gig by ‘Mercury Blues’ best known by the interpretation of David Lindley. Hans Torlée by his lapsteel solos was brilliant. Loud applause by the fans was asking for another encore. But this was it for tonight. Thirsty Mamas a splendid live experience – Catch Em On The Road!”