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Troy Youngblood And The Soulfish:
- Troy Youngblood, vocals and guitar
- Dennis Stadelman, slide guitar
- Chris Brown, bass
- George Pennington, guitar
- Reggie, drums
- Bob Feckner, trumpet
- The Eloquent Barbarian, keys and harmonica
Newest members in Maine: Brian White, Brian Akely, Ant Blasi, and Eric Green.
They used to be gypsies living in the Florida wilderness. But in 2015, they surfaced in the Tampa Bay area, bringing their brand of funky soul blues with them. They recently placed third in the Suncoast Blues Challenge, and their songs have been featured on WMNF, 88.5 Tampa. Also on their resume are festivals such as: the Orange Blossom Jamboree, Cotee River Seafood and Blues Fest, April Fool’s Little Mantatee River Jam, Peace Love and Blueberries, Myakka River Jam, Zen Fest, Aurora Sol Fest, and Luna Walkabout Fest. Beyond that, Troy Youngblood has had the distinguished honor of playing the House of Blues, Voodoo Garden in New Orleans
- Orange Blossom Jamboree: Talk about something completely different! These guys play very convincing, warm and honest American roots music, and Youngblood has a voice like few, if any, on the scene, deep, warm and rich. I really enjoy this group, a bit out of my usual wheelhouse. Scott Hopkins, Music Fest News
- Zen Fest: Troy Youngblood and the SoulFish hit the stage, and Youngblood’s amazing voice filled the entire fest. There simply aren’t many male singers of his caliber in these here parts. Youngblood also played a mean guitar, fronting bass, drums, keyboard, and trumpet! “Just Another Day in My Life” had me thinking of my all-time favorite singer, Tim Buckley, among others. “Long Tall Ride” was an enjoyable romp, and during “Let Me Go” I was hearing Kim Wilson of the Fabulous Thunderbirds. Please do not misunderstand me: Youngblood is all his own man; I was just finding comparisons with my favorite music. The band had a ball performing “The Devil Smells Like Bourbon.” I’m hoping to see this band again soon, maybe this weekend!” Scott Hopkins, Music Fest News
- Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park: While some folks might have balked at playing on the supposedly bad luck holiday of Friday the 13th, Troy Youngblood and his band, The SoulFish showed they weren’t afraid of anything with a fierce set of bone chilling blues. While the band managed to give a fully fleshed out accompaniment to Youngblood all eyes and ears were on the deeply heart wrenching blues leads laid down by the guitar hero.” Rex Thomson, Live for Live Music