Guitarist Micky Moody needs little introduction. He first came to prominence in the early seventies as the youngest member, of the highly acclaimed, Juicy Lucy. Afterwards, he co-founded Snafu and enjoyed similar success. A telephone call from Deep Purple’s David Coverdale resulted in a performer or writing partnership on the superstar’s two solo LP’s. This led to the formation of Whitesnake, and yes the rest really is history.
Micky’s first solo album I Eat Them For Breakfast was released by Armadillo Music in 2000, following this his collaboration with ex-Juicy Lucy member Paul Williams came about in 2002 Smokestacks, Broom Dusters & Hoochie Coochie Men.
Paul’s phenomenal vocal style was nurtured during the great blues boom of the sixties working alongside Alexis Korner, Zoot Money and John Mayall, before joining Micky in Juicy Lucy.
Smokestacks, Broom Dusters & Hoochie Coochie Men is their 16 track celebration of the music of Elmore James, Muddy Waters and Howling Wolf.