Three Ladies and the Blues.
The three lively Blues-Ladies are a well-coordinated, harmonious team. Together with charm, humor, and passionately played Blues, they convince their receptive audiences throughout Europe and the USA.
With Kat's excellent harmonica playing and powerful singing, Tracey's high level energy drumming and Nina's soulful Bluespiano mastery, they mesh together perfectly for an evening of entertainment not to be missed.
Born in Texas and raised in Ohio, Kat Baloun (vocals / bluesharp) was brought up in highly musical surroundings: her mother was a piano player for the church choir that her father was directing. In her childhood and teenage years Kat was playing piano, then started to play harmonica and finally discovered the Blues. She fell in love with it and sticks with it until today. With her harp package she is constantly on tour and over the years has become one of the names in the international Blues business. With her unique stage presence and powerful singing she brings her own compositions and many of the loved Blues classics to the ears of her public.
Tracey Duncan (drums / vocals) was born in Philadelphia and her roots are deeply entrenched in American Gospel-Music. As a five year old the multi-talented Tracey was already on stage with a Gospel Choir. Her musical journey took her from Gospel, to Soul, R&B, Funk and Blues, all the way to musicals.
She is now touring with some of the most well known names in music business. To the end of James Last's career she was on the road with him and his orchestra. Working as a drummer, background singer and dancer, it is no surprise that Tracey also has feet in the film industry. She can be seen in two big Hollywood productions.
Born, raised and based in Berlin Germany, Nina T. Davis (piano / vocals) is often on the road as a solo artist or with „The EB Davis Superband“. She is with heart and soul dedicated to the Blues. It did not take long for that to be discovered and she has already been nominated three times for the „German Blues Awards“. Like many of her generation the old Blues records was the source of her inspiration. Numerous trips to the roots of the Blues (Mississippi, Arkansas, and Chicago) gave her the opportunity to play with some of the Blues legends to include Buddy Guy. With heartfelt dynamics she works the black and white keys to spread the message of the Blues to the world.