Teaming up onstage for the first time ever, and feeding off each other's unique and vibrant energy, this trio delivers a raw, hotblooded, power-packed performance you won t soon forget.Over the past six years, the Blues Caravan has toured successfully in the UK, US, and continental Europe. This unique triple bill revue has helped introduce bright new stars such as Ana Popovic and Joanne Shaw Taylor to an international audience. Following in their footsteps on the 2011 tour is a trio of dynamic, up-and-coming blues talents: Dani Wilde, Cassie Taylor, and Samantha Fish. Dani Wilde (UK) sings with the old-school fervor of Aretha Franklin, but also takes a cue from contemporaries like Duffy and Joss Stone. Her newest album Shine, a collaboration with renowned producer Mike Vernon, shows off new levels of maturity as a singer, songwriter, and guitarist. Says Paul Jones of BBC Radio 2: She sings with more conviction and passion than old legends from the Mississippi Delta. At the tender age of 21, Samantha Fish (US) is already hot property on the live music scene in and around her hometown ofKansas City, Missouri. Her high-heeled, rock-edged performances have won her a loyal local following and carried her to venues like Rosa's Lounge in Chicago, where she opened eyes during the 2010 Chicago Blues Festival. Multi-instrumentalist Cassie Taylor (US) has appeared on eight critically acclaimed albums by her father, Otis Taylor, and was a featured vocalist on Gary Moore's 2008 release Bad For You Baby. Still in her early 20s, Cassie has been hailed for her commanding stage presence and heavenly voice (Boston Globe). Her music ranges from heart-wrenching ballads to harddriving blues and doesn t shy away from topical subject matter!