2015 Ogden Valley Roots and Blues Festival

The Brothers Comatose

Friday 9:30pm

OFOAM has a tradition at the Ogden Valley Roots and Blues Festival of showing our roots on Friday night. The HillBenders in 2013, The Black Lillies in 2014 and 2015 will be no exception as we're excited to present The Brothers Comatose!

Super Chikan

Saturday 9pm

One of the last remaining Old School Mississippi Blues Musicians and a "present-day exponent of an edgier, electrified version of the raw, uncut Delta blues sound."

Janiva Magness

Friday 7:45pm

"One of the most fiery and original vocalists in contemporary blues and soul…Thoughtful, inventive and almost unerringly on the money." --MOJO

Eilen Jewell

Saturday 5pm & Sunday 12pm

“Sometimes as darkly damaged as Lucinda Williams, at others as defiant and teasing as prime Peggy Lee and always authentically Americana in the Gillian Welch tradition…. She’s mighty good.” - Los Angeles Daily News

Reverend Peyton's Big Damn Band

Saturday 7pm

“The country blues is a gift of 20th century American music, and it’s awesome to see a band tap into its legacy with so much gusto and original vision.” – Music City Roots

Joe McQueen

Sunday 1:30pm

Recipient of OFOAM's Don Baker Award in 2014 and permanent fixture at the Ogden Valley Roots and Blues Festival, Joe McQueen is a legend among Jazz enthusiasts and the Ogden crowd.

Fruteland Jackson

Electro-Fi Records in cooperation with IT * Talent Agency is pleased to introduce three time Blues Music Award nominee (Best Album/Artist), Storyteller and Oral Historian, Fruteland Jackson.

Mad Max & The Wild Ones

Saturday 3:15pm

Mad Max & the Wild Ones is a rockin' family band from Springville, Utah. It all started when Wyatt asked for a guitar for his eighth birthday.

Swamp Cabbage

Saturday 1:30pm

"Rootsy, southern-fried blues doesn't come much more boggy than Swamp Cabbage." Jon Sobel - BlogCritics.org

Pinetop Inferno

Sunday 3pm

Pinetop Inferno sets the blues on fire – these are the words of Ogden Standard Examiner writer Raychel Johnson after she attended one of the band's live performances.