straight-ahead, low-down, hard-driving, hip-shaking, and super-hot electric blues...

Keyboardist/guitarist and vocalist David "Bluesman" Reiter is a consumate multi-instrumentalist and has been backing national acts for many years, including Sydney Ellis, Frankie Lee, Sista Monica Parker, Chris Cain, Larry Garner, Kenny Neal, and a very young Shemekia Copeland (at the original Warmdaddy's).  He also backed many local blues and jazz greats including Jeannie Brooks, Zan Gardner, Ron Kraemer, Greg Underwood, Frankie Alston, and our own Georgie Bonds.

Dave was a regular sideman at east coast festivals for several years, including the North Atlantic Blues Festival in Rockland Maine, the Pocono BF, the Hudson River Park BF in Manhattan, Blues & Microbrews in Wilmington, and the annual BF in Monkton MD.

Steve "AC Steel" Solotist guitar and vocals. During 1969-70 Steve's's band Stockyard opened for acts inlcuding the Allman Brothers, Chicago, Humble Pie and Pink Floyd at the original Electric Factory in Philadelphia.He has backed up legendary bluesmen Otis Rush and Terry Evans. During 1972 in London he was a member of the Sunflower/Brunning Hall band formed by original members of Fleetwood Mac and Savoy Brown, performing regularly at the Marquee Club. Steve performed with legendary bassist Carmine Rojas (Joe Bonamssa, David Bowie, Rod Stewart) in the Philly based band “Buff” who were formerly Patti Labelle's band. Following a short stint with the Jukerockers, Steve became a longtime member of the Dukes of Destiny,appearing on three of their CD's. Some notable performances with the Dukes were at the inaugural Pocono Blues Festival, multiple appearances at the River Blues Festival in Philadelphia , State Street Blues Stroll, Philadelphia Folk Festival and opening for Albert King, Clarence Gatemouth Brown, John Mayall locally.

Steve put out two Cds with his band AC Steel & the Galvanizers in 2000 and 2016. The Galvanizers appeared at the Sellersville Theater opening for Jarekus Singleton, with the Bucks County Blues Society opening for The Nighthawks and Albert Castiglia, Allentown Blues, Brews and Barbeque Fest headlined by Samantha Fish, the Jersey Shore Jazz and Blues Foundation Festival and other events for the Bucks County and Central Delaware Blues Society.

Since completing a Masters of Music in Percussion Performance, drummer Bill Marconi has pursued a wide range of teaching and performing experiences including: The Jimmy Bruno Trio, The L.A.Jazz Workshop Big Band, Trio Nova, The Magic Casino Orchestra (Zurich) and various orchestras and opera companies. Bill has also performed with The Bamboo Jazz Quartet, fusing jazz rhythms and Indian ragas, The Mighty Little Big Band & City Line Swing. He recently has performed with Jazz Volcano. He is currently on the teaching faculty at the Settlement School.

Bill has studied drumset with Jeff Hamilton, Greg Bissonette and Armand Santarelli among others. He has studied with world percussionists Tony Vacca, Randy Crafton and Ustad Mohammed Lutfi.

Bill also has extensive classical experience having been Principle Percussionist and Timpanist for 7 years with The Philharmonic of Southern New Jersey. He has also done stints with The Haddonfield Symphony, Bridgeton Symphony And the Whitewater Opera Company. He can be heard on the 2002 Trio Nova release “Parallel Lines”, and Adam Berenson's 2002 release, “ Stand In The Corner And Breathe.” and the Bamboo Jazz Quartet cd,”Breath” Bill can also be heard on 2 duo recordings with Adam Berenson , “A Way Out”(2009) & A Codex of Silent Voices”(2010). A trio album wad released in 2010, ”Jnana”, featuring Adam Berenson on Piano, Scott Burnam on bass and Bill on Percussion.

Bassist Jamey Reilly was trained on accordian, piano and guitar at a young age, and has held down the low end since 1965 when he joined the pop group, "The Abstract Design." He has been an avowed blues lover since 1970 when he did a short stint with legendary bluesman John Lee Hooker, and tried to coax Son House out of retirement. It was a reunion performance at Boston's Fenway Theatre that Jamey pulled together, with Paul Butterfield, Mike Bloomfield, Mark Naftalin, John Kahn and Billy Mundi that cemented his life long addiction to the blues.

Jamey has done gigging around the east coast and has backed some well known national blues names. His playing can be found on a number of CDs by various artists. He spent several decades in numerous roles in the professional audio engineering and live music industry. He pursued a degree in Physical Therapy after two separate accidents with a car and a power saw left his right hand partially paralyzed.

After spending many years on the road and living in various parts of the country, he finally set down roots in Philadelphia and joined the vibrant Philly music scene. Jamey opened the popular Jamey's House of Music, Livehouse, restaurant and bar in Lansdowne PA where PBK is the house band, hosting the Sunday Blues Brunch and Jam.

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