Getting the son of the world-known designer and developing up in Greenwich Village can be an unlikely track record for the bluesman, but that is where Alex Schultz’ story starts. At ten, Schultz began playing electric guitar and bathing in to the vinyl fabric enjoys of Paul Butterfield, John Mayall’s Bluesbreakers, and B.B. Ruler. His stepdad open him to Django Reinhardt, Charlie Christian, and Wes Montgomery, influencing Schultz to try out jazz electric guitar. During his sprint at Berklee College of Music, he commuted house weekends to execute with pop and rock and roll groups. To meet up the supply-and-demand for bass players, he turned musical instruments. A near-big chance of a songwriter Schultz was doing work for led him to relocate to LA in 1979. To maintain busy, he performed for Hank Ballard, Coco Montoya, and William Clarke. During this time period Schultz came back to his initial musical love, electric guitar. While with Clarke, Schultz performed on Clarke’s 1990’s Blowin’ Like Hell, which gained a W.C. Helpful. The next a decade, Schultz teamed with Fishing rod Piazza as well as the Mighty Flyers, showing up on Blues at night, Alphabet Blues, California Blues, and Live at B.B. King’s Blues Membership. Changing directions totally, Schultz partnered with harpist Lester Butler, to create 13, a gathering of two planets from contrary sides from the galaxy that made new types of lifestyle – blues fits alternative. Butler’s unexpected loss of life in 1998 compelled Schultz to take free lance tasks, focusing on albums with youth friend Tad Robinson, Big Joe as well as the Dynaflows, and Benjie Porecki.