Bill with City Lights, a two sax dance band with pal Graham Eckler on keyboards, Brad Collins on sax Robbie on tenor, Spider on drums and Tom (not in this picture) was the singer and band leader.ca: 1995
Spring with Ron Bell on keys and kebabs, Rick Teufel on drum and Bill. Spring played mostly as a trio but used various
female vocalists including Mary1969, too young to go to Woodstock. Here I am with my 1968 Gibson SG Special, Silvertone model 1484 amp with 2/12″ speakers, (a hand wired, tube amp) and a Vox Tonebender. I wish I had that rig now!
The pictures below were shot at Wabi Sabi. Bill played there with Keith Horne and Brian Stiglich
Keith Horne and Bill RobertsKeith Horne, Andre Labelle and Bill Roberts
Bill and Steve Wetzler are The AcoustiCats
Lee Street plays Classic and Modern Country
Bill on a gig with Wayne Greer, Ray Pittman, Roger Carroll and Chris Grigg as Groove Tide
Gary Jacobs on bass , Jeff Carretto on keyboards, Bill and Ted Matthews on drums
The Cat Daddy Band four piece lineup with Stu Grimes, Gary and Jerry Fletcher
The shot just above is Cat Daddy on New Years Eve at The Jefferson Lakeside Country Club, below at Enzo’s in 2014.
Cat Daddy with Bill Roberts on guitar, Stu Grimes on drums and Gary Jacobs on bass. Everybody sings!
Cat Daddy included Bill, Danny Booth on drums and Gary Jacobs from 2008 – 2012
From 2005 to 2008 the Cat Daddy lineup was Bill Roberts, Brian Stiglich on drums and John McCloud on bass
In the early 2000s the Cat Daddy Lineup was Bill Roberts on guitar, Mike Gallagher on drums and Steve Easter on Bass
Cat Daddy in the late 1990s with Bill Roberts, Jeff Lelik on drums and Frank Nichols on bass
The original Cat Daddy and The Jam Junkies featured Michael Maher on bass, Jeff Lelik on drums and Mike Giles on lead vocal
Enzo’s before the addition.
JJ’s is a great neighborhood place with an incredible staff. JJ’s is fun and the food is good.
Bill’s CD Raw Material is a collection of Blues covers . Raw Material is available at Cat Daddy, Bill Roberts solo gigs and on-line at iTunes and Amazon.com
Excellent Guitar Work on a Classic Blues-Rock Retrospective.
Who is this guy? Bill Roberts is an amazing undiscovered talent with fine taste in classic blues-rock. Speaking of Taste, he delivers a cover of Rory Gallagher’s Railway and Gun that is true to the original. Johnny Winter , Stevie Ray Vaughan and the Yardbirds’ Clapton, Beck, and Page are all respectfully covered. Liner notes say Roberts plays and sings everything on the CD. How can I find out more about this guy? When does he tour? A great collection from beginning to end.
Thank you indiebluesfan!
At Cap Ale we play a whole night of Blues
In the green room with James Offie of Pure & Sinful
With Les Paul
Robbie Krieger of The Doors sits in with Les Paul at Iridium in NYC
Drummer Steve Gadd
Jennifer Batten in 2004. Batten played with Jeff Beck and Michael Jackson
Cool guy John smokes into the zone
Check the Music page for a sample of Mike on these drums
Bill played drums with the English Channel in 2007
Keyboards with Pure & Sinful
And on bass with Ron Moody and the Centaurs
Jerome Brailey aka Big Foot and Jeff “Cherokee” Bunn from Parliament /Funkadelic
We love to watch the ladies dance!
Bill with Hot Skillet. Phil Pearce and the guys played Richmond venues like Cafe Diem, The Conch Republic and The National
Hot Skillet at The Conch Republic
Hoosier Daddy with Mike Holland, Pat Gregory and Mike Gallagher
Country band Tears and Whiskey at the Irish Festival
Wild at Heart
The Original Cat Daddy Lineup
Frank Nichols, Bill Roberts, Mike Giles, Jeff Lilich in 1995
Anchor Point with Mark Szefranski, Keith Horne and Mike Gallagher
Bill on drums and Mike Maher play Browns Island with Big Boss Man
With Big Boss Man at the Canal Club
With BBM at Goodfellas
On bass with Ron Moody and the Centaurs
Ray Pittman below, played keyboards in that lineup
Spring featured Rick Teufel on drums, Ron Bell on keyboards with Patty Bannister on vocals.
Bill also played in a duo with Patty called Double Time
Bill, Brian and John
Original Cat Daddy rhythmn section Frank Nichols and Jeff Lelik with sound man/drummer Tim Wyatt in the background