Guitarist, vocalist and songwriter Chris Beard may be the kid of Rochester-area blues guitarist Joe Beard. He continues to be patiently having to pay his dues over the membership circuit throughout the Northeast going back twenty years. Beard, who goes on the nickname “Prince from the Blues,” is among the youthful lions of blues within the 1990s. He is able to be properly grouped with various other idiom-expanding performers like Larry Garner, Tutu Jones and Michael Hill. Beard started playing electric guitar at age group five, influenced by all of the blues skill his father got over to the home — performers like Buddy Man and Matt “Acoustic guitar” Murphy. He discovered to try out “Green Onions” like a 6-year-old, with 15 he started playing with an area classic tempo & blues ensemble. He continuing playing in regional bands and seated in along with his father’s music group through senior high school. After graduation, he started fronting his personal group and composing his own tracks, taking motivation from people like Albert Ruler and Johnny “Acoustic guitar” Watson. Beard’s debut recording, Barwalkin’, for the London-based JSP Information, is really a 12-monitor showcase of design and songwriting virtuosity. Made by Johnny Rawls, who also takes on guitar within the documenting, Beard is associated with Hammond B-3 organist Brian Charette, previous Johnny Copeland Music group bassist Randy Lippincott, and drummer Barry Harrison. The Nutmeg Horns, comprising Bruce and Robert Feiner on saxophones and Jim Hunt on trumpet, add body for some songs.