Cafe Bel Air
Le Croque Notes
The Blues Cafe
Gaildorf Blues Festival
Great Times Down South. The Bruce Katz Band will return to FL in October 2018 and The Band will tour the Mid-West in November 2018.
Bruce Katz’s resume reads like a who’s who of blues and blues-rock. Playing piano and Hammond B3 organ, Katz has toured and recorded with the Greg Allman Band, Delbert McClinton, Maria Muldaur, Ronnie Earl & the Broadcasters, among numerous others. While blues remains his core influence, Katz’s music occupies a unique space where blues, soul-jazz, jam-band rock, and all aspects of Americana collide into a style of original music all his own. “Homecoming,” the new recording by the Bruce Katz Band, features songs and instrumentals including guest appearances by guitarists John Hammond and Jimmy Bennett and drummer Randy Ciarlante.
BRUCE KATZ is a 4X "Pinetop Perkins Piano Player of The Year" 2 BMA award nominee
Bruce was also nominated for Outstanding Musician...Keyboards, 2015
Bruce Katz is a musician with 4 BMA "Piano Player of the Year" nominations. Bruce was nominated for the honor for 2015!
He has 10 CDs as Leader of The Bruce Katz Band Band and is on 70 more CDs with other Artis including Duke Robilliard, Delbert McClinton Ronnie Earl and many more.
BRUCE IS PROUD TO BE AHAMMOND ARTIST
Founding Music is Proud to Represent the Bruce Katz Band. Bruce Katz is a world renown Hammond B3 Player and Piano Player. The Bruce Katz Band is a Three Piece Band consisting of Bruce Katz on Organ and Piano, Chris Vitarello on Guitar and Vocals and Ray Hangen on Drums. In 2018 and 2019 the band is touring the US and Europe on the Get Your Groove! release tours.
Keeping Live Music Alive
NEW CD "Get Your Groove"
Thanks to Ray and all the folks at these clubs in Europe who made the European tours great!
Bruce is a member of The New York Blues Hall of Fame. He spent six years as a touring artist with Greg Allman. He has toured and played with Delbert McClinton, Ronnie Earl, Duke Robillard and recently with the late Butch Trucks and The Freight Train and Les Brers. He taught at Berklee for 14 years. He is available for master classes and educational bookings.