Bands Performing 2017

Red White & Blues

A View On The 2017 Blues
Program Schedule - Performer Lineup

O'Reilly - Bailey

Wolf and the Jam Daddies

The Blue F.O.'S


Delaney is 10 yrs old. Starting singing when she was 6.
She has been taking private voice and piano lessons with Amy MacDonald.

O'Reilly - Bailey

Both Rich O’Reilly and Jim Bailey are veterans of the New England blues/roots scene. Their combination of real music combined with a strong message has won over enthusiastic fans who have had the pleasure of encountering the duo.

Rich is a veteran of the New England music scene who has performed with many of the top rock, blues and jazz bands. One of his most successful bands, Stone Blue, became a mainstay at the original House Of Blues in Cambridge, MA.

Jim, a former member of the Cambridge Harmonica Orchestra,has played in blues and country bands - he had a well-known blues outfit called The Mojo Kings, which played the original House of Blues, among many others.

Wolf and the Jam Daddies

This band was formed to have fun. The Jam daddies are four people that love to play, and let other people have fun playing too, Bruce (Keys), Billy (drums), Steve (Bass), Jimmy V (Sax), and little old me Wolf on (guitar and vocals). I've played different kinds of music, for over 47 years, but now I've found what I love to play, THE BLUES. I guess as I get older, I want to play smarter not harder, and the fingers don't move like they used to, even thought I have been trying my hand at Jazz. I'll just keep playing as long as I can and be glad that I have the ability to do what I do, And I love it when I see that my music makes people happy. So for all my friends that I know and to the friends I'm going to meet, my music is for all of you that like it too. Thank You for Being There WOLF!



The Blue F.O.s have performed around the world and around the corner. In April of 2010 they released their first LIVE CD recorded at the famous blues and jazz club “Chan’s,” located in historic Woonsocket, RI. That same summer, one of the songs on that CD  (a cover of Coco Montoya’s “Back in a Cadillac” ) made it to the number one spot in only 17 weeks on “Cashbox Magazine’s; “Roadhouse Blues and Boogie” charts.  They held that position for 3 weeks remaining on the top 40 for a total of 26 weeks. All the best!  The BlueFO's 

BLACK & WHITE - Live at 2013 New England Blues Festival