Joanne Broh Band’s release, “Wicked Cool”, is a superb collaboration of musicians, song writers, and recording engineer for a stylistically eloquent nod to rockin’ blues and soul.

All songs are original compositions by West Coast artists. The music ranges from searing to soulful with impeccable guitar leads from Jerry Zybach and a solid and imaginative rhythm section: Jim Badalich on bass and Dan e. Miller playing drums.

The band collaborates with fearless blues players Hank Shreve and Mitch Kashmar, blues harp; Dana Heitman (the Daddies); a stellar horn section featuring Dave Bender and Sean Flannery, trumpets, and Linda Kanter, sax. Horns arranged by Joe McCarthy.

Joanne Broh’s unique voice is sublime on all tracks and expresses the emotional distinction of each song.

We are very happy to be promoted by Todd Glazer, recipient 2015 Keeping the Blues Alive Award by The Blues Foundation.

“Wicked Cool” is available now on Amazon, CD Baby and iTunes. Or Email Joanne to place your order. $15.00 includes shipping.

For your listening pleasure

Shake ‘er (Like Josephine Baker) *
Wicked Cool *
Sad Ol’ Heart *
Two Way Street *
I Don’t Play **

*Recorded, mixed, and mastered at the studio of Don Ross: Don Ross Productions, Eugene Produced by Jerry Zybach and Joanne Broh Piano, organ, keys on all songs: Gus Russell Guitar: Jerry Zybach, Bass: Jim Badalich, Drums: Dan e. Miller all songs Vocals: Joanne Broh; all back up vocals Joanne and Jerry Shake ‘er (like Josephine Baker): horns arranged by Joe McCarthy (Portland), Trumpets: Dave Bender, Sean Flannery; Sax: Linda Kanter Wicked Cool: Mitch Kashmar (blues harp) Mitch’s track was recorded remotely at the studio of Jimi Bott: Roseleaf Recording, Portland Two Way Street: Hank Shreve (blues harp)