NEW ALBUM - Malos Huesos

An original collection of blues rock songs with a lowdown and dirty groove, and a dark and sexy version of the 1928 St. James Infirmary Blues. The album features high-octane blues rockers to low dirty ballads.

The album was recorded the summer of 2015 in a palapa (palm frowned hut) in La Bufadora, Punta Banda Baja California Mexico with a laptop, condenser mic and both Mexican and American musicians passionate about the blues. And although not all the musicians had the same spoken language, all the musicians did

Rockin' New Years Eve at South Side Jillz

New Years Eve in Puerto Penasco
Date: Dec 31 - Jan 1, 2016 - Thursday
Time: 6:30m - 9:30pm (New York Time)
Location: Puerto PeƱasco at South Side Jillz

Join us for a Rockin Party hosted by WILD PACK; the Blues Band with a Bite!
Come dressed to rock the house!

Laying Down Some Sax and Tequila

When Louis Armstrong blew his brass on his version of St. James Infirmary, we knew we wanted some killer brass on our version, so we enlisted our good friend Phillip Singletary and his tenor saxophone. We had saved the last two tracks on our forthcoming album MALOS HUESOS for Phillip.

Phillip asked if we had a little something to loosen up, and wet his whistle. We didn't so I ran over to Oxxo and got a fifth of Jose Cuervo Especial. Needless to say, the whistle got wet and we laid down some killer sax tracks and a bottle of tequila. I think St. James Infirmary almost put Phillip into the San Felipe infirmary, or at least his wife Nikki almost did when he got home.