Mad Dog & Blues Night Out captures the soul of the Blues and hearts of all ages.
Their rich, genuine style and dedication to the music makes this band unique to all who appreciate American Blues Legends.
Their commitment to Chicago and Urban styled Blues reaches back in time to the great legendary artists such as Sonny Boy Williamson I and II, Big Walter Horton, Little Walter Jacobs, Willie Dixon, George "Harmonica" Smith, Mojo Beauford, Wynnonie Harris and Buster Brown. Experience the gutsy, authentic sound that captivates blues connoisseurs and brings audiences everywhere to their feet.
As Mad Dog leads the band with his growling vocals and howling harmonica it becomes evident that this man has been playing since the 70s.
Mad Dog & Blues Night Out have opened for Buddy Guy, Charlie Musselwhite, Ronnie Earl, John Hammond, Sonny Rhodes, Kenny Neal, The Nighthawks, Debbie Davies, Little Mike and The Tornadoes, James Cotton to name a few.
Rick "Mad Dog" Moyer has performed with Buddy Guy, Junior Wells, Lonnie Brooks, Kenny Neal, The Kinsey Report, Sam Carr, Johnnie Johnson, Eddie C. Campbell, Artie "Blues Boy" White, Carey Bell, Mike Zito, Bobby Radcliff, and many more. Mad Dog had also appeared at the King Biscuit Blues Festival in Helena Arkansas in 1988.
Mad Dog has toured with "Big Jack" Johnson and the Oilers, and John Brim. Mad Dog and Blues Night Out were the backing band for Lonnie Shields.
Touring the US and Canada, working from club to club and building their ever-growing fanbase, Mad Dog & Blues Night Out are currently promoting their new CD release, "You Gotta Have Some Fun!". So join them and be a part of this exciting time with the Blues.