Charles Blackledge          Eugen de Ryck         Tomasz Radomski

percussions                                                                guitars &  vocals                              basses

 Eugen de Ryck Band


feat. Dj Herb Sun

               

                                

Charles Blackledge was born in Jackson/Miss. (USA).Living in Nürnberg, Charles was playing over 20 years with the worldmusic-band ARGILE. The band was touring all over Europe and made it even to Africa - in Rom, Genua, Mailand, Prag, Krakau, Warschau, Stockholm, Copenhagen, Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Paris, Barcelona, London ...

Charly worked together with musicians like

Ramesh Shotam from Southindia, Sona Diabate and Famadou Konate from Guinee, Sahra Ndagire/Uganda, Farafina (Burkina Faso), Franz Hajak (Nürnberg Bluesking)

Biboul Darouiche (Kamerun), Barry Sangare (Mali), Ray Brandige (James Brown), Torsten Goods, Sigi Finkel, El Houssaine Kili, Achim

Göttert, Dieter Weberpalz, u.v.m.

The guitarist, Eugen de Ryck, born in the Rhine Delta on the Dutch/ German border has been living for quite some time in Franken/ North Bayern. It´s from this base that he has started many of his own bands and tours and when not working on these projects he is on the road with Embryo, Weather Girls, Tony Sheridan or he´s in studio recording the guitar tracks on hits like „In the Ghetto“ (Ghetto People feat. L-Vis) – a hit that brought platin. His style is very much influenced by indian,  african, mongolian and classic music and his unique playing has made him a „featured

artist“ for such renomated guitar makers as Parker Guitars in Chicago where he is one of the 18 worldwide acclaimed artists forming the line-up which includes such stars as Joe Walsh ( Eagles), Vernon Reid (Living Colour), Larry Coryell and Adrian Belew (Talking Heads).

                              

                               

   

Tomasz Radomskie was born near the slesian town Katowice in Poland, he started learning Piano as a kid.


When he was  10 years old, he moved with his family to Hamburg.

Later he went to Bavaria, studied Bass in Munich and on the Conservatory in Nürnberg.