The son of blues great Lonnie Brooks, Wayne Baker Brooks might have been born into Chicago blues royalty, but it doesn’t mean he hasn’t paid his dues on the way. He became a member of his father’s music group being a roadie in 1988, and began playing guitar within the music group in 1990. In 1997, he produced the Wayne Baker Brooks Music group while continuing to utilize his dad and his guitar-playing sibling, Ronnie Baker Brooks. In 1998, furthermore to appearing within the film Blues Brothers 2000, he also co-wrote Blues for Dummies along with his dad and Cub Koda, gaining his first proper Blues magazine prize (Keeping the Blues Alive) for your time and effort. Within the next couple of years, he also acquired cameos in Barbershop and Barbershop 2 and was asked to execute on the 2003 Main League Football All-Star Video game in Chicago. Brooks began his very own label (Blues Isle) in 2003, launching his single debut, Secret, in 2004, an record of very modern blues that also attracts on spirit, funk, and also a little bit of hip-hop. Brooks acquired a big calendar year in 2004: furthermore to launching his debut, he was highlighted twice on THE HOME of Blues Radio Hour with Dan Aykroyd, gained five(!) even more Real Blues newspaper awards (including Greatest Chicago Blues Melody and Greatest Chicago Blues Record in the present day category in addition to Greatest New Talent), and headlined the Chicago Blues Celebration with his dad and sibling. In 2005 the Brooks family members received an eternity achievement award in the Poconos Blues Celebration. Wayne Baker Brooks is constantly on the play along with his dad, in addition to fronting the Wayne Baker Brooks Music group.