Tim Albert - guitar & vocals
Lisa Campbell - keyboards & vocals
Jon Crofton - bass & vocals
Steve Strayhorn - drums
Together they present their own electric roots music,
and Rock and Blues standards.
was started in 1991 by Tim Albert and has steadily grown in
popularity in the St.Louis, Mo. region. The band has been busy
spreading their music around the world. Playing 150 / 200 shows
a year, in the U.S., including two tours of Europe 1997 &
1999. With growing popularity Uncle Albert has steadily ranked
among the top blues bands in St. Louis and the tri-state region.
ALBERT has released three CDs!
Hermann Lager 1994, Workin'1996, And Most Exclusive Residence
album "Workin'" is well crafted and superbly executed,
composed mostly of blues with some AAA-leaning material. Tracks
range from a gritty, credible cover of "Born under a bad
sign" to the sweeping piano and expansive voice of Lisa
Campbell on the intimate "Sister". They've crafted
one of the best recent "local releases."
---- Michael Kuelker, St.Louis Post
/ Songwriter Tim Albert and Pianist Lisa Campbell, both fine
singers, lead Illinois based UNCLE ALBERT. They prove their
facility at a range of acoustic and electric blues"
----BLUES REVUE Nov.'97
release of our newest CD "Most Exclusive Residence"
offers an evening with Uncle Albert recorded live in some
of our favorite venues.We'd like to invite you to Boogie
Da Blues with us in the coming year. Some
of the National groups we've done shows with include;
Johnny Johnson, Tab Benoit, Koko Taylor, Anson Funderburg
with Sam Meyers, CoCo Montoya, Tommy Castro,
C/O Tim Albert
4242 Quirin rd.
Smithton, IL. 62285
been involved various benefits for cancer and breast cancer
research, children's welfare and education, the Veterans associations
and two tours of Iceland, England and Europe include Germany,
Belgium, Austria, and the Netherlands. With two trips
to Bosnia for the USO.
Alberts' usual schedule is Festivals, picnics, USO in Europe
and touring club dates during the summer. We stay closer to
home in the winter months.
That would include Missouri, Illinois, and Kentucky, Arkansas.
Nowhere is too far to go for the Blues!
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