THE BAND

BIG FOOT is a 5 man band consisting of guitar, bass, drums, saxophone, and keyboards.

DOC SHAKER'S BLUES REMEDY is a 2, 3, or 4 man band, made up of guitar and any combination of other instruments you prefer to meet your taste and budget.

Call for price and availability: (352)-263-0063

DOC SHAKER

DOC

DOC

 Doc Shaker started playing blues and British Invasion music at colleges, town halls and roadhouses in South Dakota in 1964.

In the 60's he played in landmark clubs like, "The Cafe Wah', The Hippodrome and Trude Hellers all in Greenwich Village, New York City.  

He moved to eastern Long Island and played and recorded through the '70s and '80s mostly in N.Y.C. and The Hamptons.

Some of those bands were: The Tweed Ring, The Wall, The Sunrise Highway Band, The Muskrats and the ( N.Y.) Shakers.

Doc moved to Springhill, Florida in 1989 and soon joined a local band as a drummer.

He then formed several bands here in Florida including The Big Foot Boogie Band, The Shakers, The Doc Shaker Band, Rhythm Xpress, Doc Shaker's Blues Remedy and Blues & Company before forming today's Big Foot.

DAVE HARDY

-Dave was born and raised in Utah where he finished High School, and studied Jazz as his major at the University of Utah, in the early 70s .

The Jazz program there brought in such greats as Frank Zappa, George Shearing, TV score composer Pat Williams, Keyboard great, Claire Fisher, Marian McPartland,and many others to provide clinics for students.  


     -Dave is a versatile performer and musician able to cover,R& B, Blues, Soul,Jazz, Country, and Rock. He has been playing professionally since 1971. Dave moved to Florida in 1997 after raising his family, to play music full time.

He has performed with some of the best talent here in the Tampa Bay area and in surrounding areas in venues such as: The Van Wazel Theater, Jannus Live, Joyland, The Paladium Theater, and the Museum of Fine Arts.

His touring career includes, Los Vegas, Key West, and New Orleans. He also performed on the Norwegian cruise ship "Escape" in the Carribean.

WRIGHT STILL

WRIGHT STILL

WRIGHT STILL