Guitarist Mike Zito was created in St. Louis, Missouri on November 19, 1970. He got his begin in music by performing at local occasions at a age. As an adolescent he found your guitar and started playing frequently around his hometown. By 2008 Zito was liberating records by himself self-titled label while touring the U.S; this is also the entire year he authorized with Eclecto Groove Information and released Today. Pearl River premiered the following 12 months, and Zito was granted Song of the entire year in the 2010 Blues Music Honours for the name monitor off that recording. Zito released his last program on Eclecto Groove, Greyhound, in 2011. A monitor extracted from that program, “Move On,” was presented on it display Sons of Anarchy. Also in 2011, Zito produced Royal Southern Brotherhood with Cyril Neville, guitarist Devon Allman (kid of Gregg Allman), bassist Charlie Wooton (of Zydefunk), and Yonrico Scott (previous drummer for the Derek Vehicles Music group). The group released its self-titled debut record in the Ruf label in 2012. In 2013, Zito highlighted his new support band the Steering wheel on the studio room album Attended Tx. Well received, the record garnered a Blues Music Prize nomination for “Rock and roll Blues Record of the entire year.” The Steering wheel were also up to speed for the guitarist’s Music from the street in 2014. In 2016, Zito shipped the Tom Hambridge-produced Make Blues Not really War.