‘The Spirit of a Blues Instrumentalist’
A band from St. Paul, Minnesota, is putting their own spin on the blues tradition and making a name for themselves by singing in their own style.
The band, called The Spirit of the Blues Instrumental worship Music, has been playing for more than three years and has had a number of performances.
Their music is very traditional and they use the traditional music and folk songs of their ancestors in their songs.
The group is also a part of the Folk Music Alliance and their music is part of a variety of festivals.
In the past, the group has performed at festivals such as the Midwest Music Festival, the National Folk Music and Arts Festival, and the St. Louis Blues Festival.
The Spirit is the third band in the group to join the Alliance.
Last year, the band was invited to perform at the Midwest Blues Festival in St. Charles, Missouri.
The first three members of The Spirit are Josh Anderson, Jason Latham and Alex Smith.
Anderson has been performing in the St Louis Blues Band for over five years.
He started performing in 2008, and moved to St. Croix in 2016 to be closer to his family in the Midwest.
He has also toured extensively in the U.S. and Europe.
Latham started performing at the St Croix Blues Band in the fall of 2014.
The band plays traditional folk songs, including country, blues, rock, country and blues, as well as contemporary folk music.
Smith has been in the Blues Band since 2007.
He played in the Minnesota Folk Festival and the North Dakota Folk Festival in 2016.
He is also an expert on blues and country music.
Lambert, who has also performed at the festivals, was born in the area and moved up to Minnesota with his family when he was about 10.
His father, Joe, started the band when he moved to Minnesota.
Liam, who is also in the band, has played in various bands and has performed with Anderson and Smith.
He says the band is more about the music than the musicians.
Anderson says the group will always keep playing their music.
“We’re just going to continue to be the Spirit of what we’re doing.
We’re not going to stop until we get to the point where it’s our turn to perform.
It’s our way of saying thank you for coming out and enjoying the music,” he said.
Lavery said the band’s music is meant to represent the people of St. Joseph County and that they are inspired by the region’s rich musical heritage.
“Our people are not going anywhere.
It was never our intent to leave,” he added.
“It’s just that we feel it’s important to keep bringing our own style to the community and keep our community alive.
We are all the way to St Crois, Missouri, to show you where you’re from and where we’re coming from.”