Tx blues guitarist Joe Nadeau didn’t begin his profession as a single artist, but rather built his popularity on his use Kenny Wayne Sheppard. Sheppard installed with Nadeau when he was quite youthful and just determining the Tx blues circuit. Nadeau enjoyed the ambitious musician and begun to help him form his audio as he became a member of Sheppard’s music group. The coach/student relationship finished after the documenting of Ledbetter Heights, when Sheppard was off to market the record while Nadeau began to concentrate on his very own material. Still close friends, Sheppard even added to Nadeau’s initial single recordings. The ultimate results, Burning up Sands, had been released in the summertime of 2002.