Joseph Leon Williams (born February 3, 1935), better known as Jody Williams, is an American blues guitarist and singer. His singular guitar playing, marked by flamboyant string-bending, imaginative chord changes and a distinctive tone, was influential in the Chicago blues scene of the 1950s. In 2013, Williams was inducted to the Blues Hall of Fame.
Golden "Big" Wheeler (December 15, 1929 – July 20, 1998) was a Chicago blues and electric blues singer, harmonicist and songwriter. He released two albums in his lifetime, and is best known for his recordings of the songs "Damn Good Mojo" and "Bone Orchard". He worked with the Ice Cream Men and Jimmy Johnson, and was the brother of fellow blues musician, James Wheeler.
Blues legend Cool John Ferguson has been called one of the five greatest guitar players in the world. Early in life John Ferguson made a decision to follow his dream of becoming a renowned guitarist, pianist, and singer. John’s fingers seem to glide effortlessly across the guitar strings as his audiences watch in amazement. John has spent his life traveling where his music has led him. He has performed at festivals and concerts throughout the United States and abroad.