Chris Cain – Oct 13 Show! By SFL Music October 12, 2022 Chris Cain – Oct 13 “Chris Cain? Now that boy can PLAY the guitar!” —B.B. King “Chris Cain is a hot-shot guitarist and a singer with the maturity of blues masters like Bobby Bland and B.B. King.” —The Washington Post “Hands down my favorite blues player on the scene today. He’s an absolute blinder of a guitarist, with the voice of B.B. King and the chops of Albert King.” —Joe Bonamassa World-renowned blues guitarist, vocalist and songwriter Chris Cain will perform live at The Funky Biscuit in Boca Raton on Thursday, October 13, 2022. Concert information is below: Remember — Always Contact The Venue To Confirm Dates and Show Times Date: Thursday, October 13, 2022 Venue: The Funky Biscuit Address: 303 SE Mizner Blvd. City: Boca Raton, FL Phone: 561-395-2929 Showtime: 7:00pm Ticket price: $25-$40 Website: www.funkybiscuit.com *See website for detailed ticket information With more than three decades of worldwide touring and 14 acclaimed previous albums, Chris Cain has earned his reputation as both a dynamic live performer and a musician’s musician. His latest release is his Alligator Records debut CD, Raisin’ Cain. Cain’s jazz-informed blues guitar playing is fiery, emotional and always unpredictable. His vocals – gruff, lived-in and powerful – add fuel to the fire. His indelible original songs keep one foot in the blues tradition and both eyes on the future. Both on stage and on record, the pure joy Cain brings to his playing and singing is palpable, and draws fans even closer in. Raisin’ Cain features 12 originals, each showcasing Cain’s fiery musicianship and deft, memorable songwriting skills. Cain says, “My songs are funky and danceable and my writing is now less personal diary than in the past. I want my songs to tell universal stories.” From the rocking opener Hush Money to the instantly relatable Too Many Problems to the late-night jazzy blues of I Don’t Know Exactly What’s Wrong With My Baby, the universal appeal of Cain’s music is abundantly clear. His songs deliver uncommon, surprising hooks and riffs coming in rapid-fire succession. On four songs, Cain shows off his stellar keyboard skills, and on the far-out instrumental Space Force, he proves himself a funky and jazzy ARP Soloist player. Along with Cain is his road-tested band of bassist Steve Evans and keyboardist/organist Greg Rahn, with Chris’ touring drummer Sky Garcia and veteran D’Mar Martin (Little Richard, Rick Estrin & The Nightcats) sharing the skins. Raisin’ Cain was produced and recorded by Kid Andersen (Rick Estrin & The Nightcats) at Andersen’s Greaseland Studio in San Jose, California. Cain has toured all over North America and made repeated trips around the world. He’s performed at the Chicago Blues Festival, The Doheny Blues Festival, The Philadelphia Blues Festival, The Waterfront Blues Festival in Portland, and many others. He’s played concerts and festivals in Argentina, Uruguay, Italy, Spain, France, Belgium, The Netherlands, Sweden, Norway, Switzerland, Australia, New Zealand, Austria, Brazil, Belarus, Canada, Czech Republic, Estonia, Finland, Georgia, Latvia, Lithuania, Romania, Russia and Ukraine. With Raisin’ Cain, Chris Cain says he is at a new point in his career. “I’m playing and writing better than ever before. I can say more with less,” he says, referring to his dynamic guitar playing and superb songwriting. “I’m as much a fan as a musician,” Cain says. “And I’m as excited to be making music today as I was when I was a teenager. More than ever before, I just play what I feel.” Share It!