Stacy Mitchhart and Blues U Can Use (#1019)

An electrifying blend of blues, gospel, rock, and other classic and contemporary styles.


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Stacy Mitchhart and Blues U Can Use play an electric—and electrifying—blend of blues, gospel, rock, and other classic and contemporary styles. Their exciting live performances have gained the praise of audiences around the globe.

Frontman Mitchhart was born in Cincinnati and began playing guitar at the age of 9. He developed his technique by borrowing from early influences ranging from soul and jazz to the contemporary, electric blues of Bobby Blue Bland, B.B. King, and Carlos Santana.

In 1991, Mitchhart started playing local gigs with his new band, Blues U Can Use, and they quickly attracted audiences of rock, soul, and diehard blues fans. Mitchhart moved the group to Nashville in 1996 and took up residency as the house band for the Bourbon Street Blues and Boogie Bar. There Blues U Can Use has shared the stage with legendary musicians like James Brown, Keb’ Mo’, Steven Stills, and John Entwhistle.

Mitchhart and the band have released seven full-length albums and have received numerous awards, including the Music City Blues Society’s Electric Blues Act of the Year award in 2004 and the New York Blues and Jazz Society’s Best Album award for 2001’s What I Feel.