"Michael Jamsmith has a unique clarity and soul within his performance."
-Sammy Blue
"Every once in a while Michael Jamsmith will impress me again, and last night he did a couple of times, particularly the last song he played. He was on absolute fire. I do believe he had some Barry Richman chops woven in there a couple of times."
-Giuseppe Colato, Dirty South TV.
"Jamsmith is a smokin' hot player ... lots of passion and fire in his music"
-Barry Richman

The Michael Jamsmith Band is a Marietta-based, blues/rock power-trio performing classic material from Jimi Hendrix, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Robin Trower, Cream, Led Zeppelin, BB King, Albert King, Buddy Guy, Howlin' Wolf, Muddy Waters, John Lee Hooker, and so many more. (A sample song list can be found at the bottom of the page.)

Formed in 2014 and fronted by dynamic guitarist Michael Jamsmith of The Axis Experience Jimi Hendrix tribute band, the trio packs a powerhouse sound ready to wake up any audience. The band has performed in Gainesville, Savannah, Columbus and Atlanta.

The Michael Jamsmith Band is available for all musical events: clubs gigs, festivals, private parties, concert opening act, etc.

SteveV “Mojo“

Steve started playing drums at age 9 and has numerous accomplishments through out his recent 8 year return. His influences include Ginger Baker, Mitch Mitchell, Buddy Rich, and John Bonham.

Upon his return to the drums he has trained with Kofi Baker who's Father was the the drummer for the super group Cream. Bakers influence can be heard loud and clear.

His accomplishments include:

2010 Guinness book of world records “ World longest Concert” as drummer with Blind Five O.

Opened for the the Atlanta Rhythm section at the recent Cartersville Fairgrounds Heritage days event.

House drummer at the 2010 Georgia Blues Fest with Johnny Winter.

Numerous recording studio session engagements and outdoor live festivals.

Steve Plays Ludwig Custom Elite Birch drums and Zildjian K cymbals.


Fred Fister

Fred began his music career in Ohio during the 80s, steadily playing the "Holiday Inn" circuit for almost thirty years. Eventually his range extended to Michigan, Pennsylvania, West Virgina, and New York.

During a show at an up state New York ski resort and John Denver joined him onstage for an impromptu jam. He has opened up for the Nighthawks on three different occasions as well as Little Charlie, The Nighthawks, and The Five Blind Boys from Alabama. After moving to the Atlanta area he has played in various local bands such as Midnight Clear, and Jigsaw Johnson.

Fred has power house approach to the blues, but also enjoys playing Go-Go and New Orleans Funk styles.

Fred plays Fender Basses and Ampeg Amplifiers.


Michael Jamsmith

Michael Jamsmith came to the blues the same way many a young man did in the 60s and 70s: from the British Blues explosion epitomized by Led Zeppelin, Cream and the Jimi Hendrix Experience. While his peers were more drawn to heavy metal elements of those bands, Jamsmith was drawn to the distinctive influence the Electric Blues, eventually discovering BB and Albert King. However, it was the stylings of Jimi Hendrix that became his heart and soul.

Jamsmith moved to central Florida in 1981. During the 80s, he channeled that blues rock sound into something completely different with funk-rock recording artists Electric Flame. By the early 90s, Jamsmith had established The Electric Flame, an award winning power trio that opened for groups like Marshal Tucker Band, The Outlaws, Leon Russell, Pat Travers, Foghat, Starship, Flock of Seaguls, and others.

In 1999, Jamsmith relocated to Atlanta, GA. Being Atlanta, he naturally gravitated to the funk rock scene and played with the punk-funk outfit Psycho-Pimps. He later played ATL Nutbush and the southern rock quintet Big Pappy Hinds Band in regular rotation at Good Ol' Days. Additionally, since 2007, he held down the lead guitar chores in Atlanta's Axis Experience tribute to Jimi Hendrix. They have peformed at the Center Stage, Tampa Expo Center, Nashville's Marathon Music Works, Blind Willies, The High Theatre and most recently played at the Mableton Amphitheatre along with Virgin Record recording artists Saving Abel and Atlanta's own Lefty Williams.

A few years back, after decades as a sideman known for "face-melting" leads, Jamsmith wanted to step up to the microphone. He began attending the open mics where honed his vocals for the blues, most notably his interpretations of B.B. King's vocal style. It was the warmth and appreciation he found from the hard core Blues patrons at Darwin's in Marietta that gave him the encouragement to strike out on his.

Jamsmith plays his Stratocasters through a variety of tube amplifiers and Marshall cabinets.


For serious booking inquires: 678-522-3174 or booking@jamsmith.com

General Inquiries: inquiry@jamsmith.com

This is a sample of tunes. We have plenty more tune to deliver a full night of straight blues, full-on rock, and even a night of dance music.

Come On - Earl King/Jimi Hendrix/SRV
Red House - Hendrix
Bleeding Heart - Hendrix
Voodoo Child - Hendrix
All Along The Watchtower - Bob Dylan
Little Wing - Hendrix
Fire - Hendrix
Texas Flood - SRV
Third Stone From the Sun - Hendrix
Purple Haze - Hendrix
Too Rolling Stoned - Robin Trower
Hoochie Coochie Man
Reconsider Baby
Johnny B Goode - Chuck Berry
Why I sing the Blues - BB King
Say What - SRV
Empty Arms - SRV
Pride and Joy - SRV
Love Struck - SRV
Mary Had a Little Lamb
Boom Boom - John Lee Hooker
Sweet 16 - BB King
Outside Help - BB King
Worried About my Baby - Howing wolf.
Don't Answer the Door - BB King
Thangs That I Used to Do - Guitar Slim
Leave my Little Girl Alone - Buddy Guy
Killing Floor - Howlin Wolf
Personal Manager - Albert King
Highway 49 - Howlin Wolf
Tell Me - Howlin Wolf Papa's Got a Brand New Bag - James Brown
Get on the Good Foot
Rockin Daddy - Howlin Wolf
I Just Want to Make Love to You - Muddy Waters
Blue Jean Blues - ZZ Top
Waiting on the Bus/Jesus Just Left Chicago - ZZ Top
The Sky is Crying - SRV
Too Rolling Stoned - Robin Trower
How Blue Can You Get - BB King
I aint supersition - Howling wolf
Messin with the kid
Wind Cries Mary - Jimi Hendrix
Wild Thing - Hendrix Version
You Really Got Me - Van Halen Version

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