A blues guitarist with an inborn knack for timing and phrasing, Steve Ditzell has performed consistently since 1976. He began in Chicago where he performed within the Blues Stage in the Chicago Fest, and continued to tour the U.S. and Canada with Fenton Robinson Music group. By 1979, he previously became a member of Koko Taylor & her Blues Machine and toured Mexico with Child Seals, Willie Dixon, Blind John Davis, and Muddy Waters. In 1980, he not merely opened up for Bob Marley & the Wailers in California but was the business lead guitarist for Big Mama Thornton & the Jay McShann Jazz Orchestra in NY City’s Carnegie Hall. He held his reference to Koko Taylor over time and distributed the Carnegie Hall stage with her in 1980, heading to record live with her in the Chicago Fest. During 1981 and 1982, Ditzell once more toured the U.S. and Canada, this time around using the Junior Wells and Friend Guy blues music group. He returned towards the Chicago Fest in 1983 to try out with Pal Man, Stevie Ray Vaughan, and Junior Wells. In 1989 he going for Brazil to tour, still in the talented firm of Junior Wells, Albert Collins, and Pal Guy. Along with his flamboyant electric guitar design and vocals that still left a haunting echo, Ditzell frequently gigged with Junior Wells through the ’90s. They performed almost every calendar year on the Chicago Blues Fest and Flavor of Chicago, and in 1994 they toured France and Switzerland jointly. In 1993, Ditzell produced his own music group, the Blue Lightning Music group (Dave Kaye on bass, Marty Binder on drums), which performed at many celebrations, and in 1996 the music group won the very best of Rockford Prize. The music group was nominated for the award during 1997 and 1998, and in 1999 it gained once more. Ditzell was also nominated for the RAMI prize in 1999. Besides being truly a featured performer on the Chicago Blues Festival for the particular tribute to Junior Wells, Ditzell also performed at Brookfest where he opened up for Figure Who. As soon as again he distributed the stage with Koko Taylor, this time around on the Rockford Blues Celebration. After the convert of the hundred years, nearly 25 years right away of his executing profession, Ditzell was still a highlighted performer, being noticed at Grove Walk and once again on the Rockford Blues Celebration. Ditzell and his Blue Lightning Music group started focusing on their 1st Compact disc during 2001, taking his unique capability to slim his blues-playing in direction of rock.