Ski Hill Rocked Friday With Homemade Jamz’ Blues Band

The 2013 Los Alamos County Summer Concert Series rocked the Ski Hill Friday night with the Homemade Jamz’ Blues Band from Tupelo. Taya Perry plays drums in the  family band. The Perry’s grew up a couple of blocks from the home of Elvis Presley. They’re the most successful young blues band in the World. BB King says, “In my 87 years, I’ve never seen something musically… so remarkable. These young kids have got energy, talent and do the blues proud with their own flavor. I believe they’ve got a great future ahead. Photo by Robert Beberniss

The crowd begins to arrive at the Ski Hill Friday for the 2013 Los Alamos County Summer Concert Series’ Homemade Jamz’ Blues Band. Photo by Robert Beberniss

Lead singer and guitarist Ryan Perry started playing guitar when he was 9 and discovered he had amazingly fast and agile fingers. That was 10 years ago. The bassist is talented brother Kyle Perry, 17, with their sister Taya Perry, 14, on drums. Photo by Robert Beberniss

The Homemade Jamz’ Blues Band dazzles the crowd at the Ski Hill Friday night. Photo by Robert Beberniss

The Homemade Jamz’ Blues Band concert at the Ski Hill winds down. The 2013 Los Alamos County Summer Concert Series continues next week with the Nashville rock band, SIMO at 7 p.m. Friday, June 28 at Ashley Pond. SIMO plays a classic rock sound reminiscent of Blind Faith, the Stones and Hendrix fusing with bands like the Black Keys, the White Stripes and maybe Pearl Jam. Photo by Robert Beberniss

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