Meet The Band

The Phantom Blues Band Are An Internationally Renowned Two-Time Grammy Award Winning Group.

Together and separately, these six men have contributed to Blues and Rock and Roll musical history as session players and sidemen with scores of artists including Taj Mahal, Joe Cocker, Bonnie Raitt, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Little Feat, Jimi Hendrix, John Fogerty, Elton John, Leon Russell, Gregg Allman, Ziggy Marley, The Rolling Stones and many more.

The Phantom Blues Band explores everything from Texas Blues to Memphis Soul with an injection of Reggae for good measure.

Tony started playing in Houston, Texas in the mid-sixties eventually making his way to England where he worked as studio drummer for Island Records. In the early eighties Tony moved to Los Angeles where he found work touring and recording with the likes of Eric Burdon, Rickie Lee Jones, Bette Midler and Bonnie Raitt.

Larry was born in Houston, Texas and soon began his musical career singing in church at the tender age of five. At age thirteen, Larry moved to Southern California and by fifteen, was playing in bands. Larry went on to record with Smokey Robinson and The Crusaders and during the eighties toured and recorded (keyboards and guitar)with many reggae artists, including The Wailers,Third World and Andrew Tosh.

Grammy and W.C. Handy Award winner, Joe Sublett started his career as part of the 1970’s Austin blues scene playing tenor sax with Paul Ray and The Cobras alongside a twenty-one year old Stevie Ray Vaughan.

Johnny Lee got his start in music working with Norman Petty, the famed producer who was responsible for Buddy Holly in Clovis, New Mexico, Johnny Lee left home in Farwell, Texas with his band "Baby" for a life adventure in music.

Here are some of the great players that have come through the ranks as a member of The Phantom Blues Band.