Sigel-Schwall Band is the name of a blues band from Chicago, Illinois. The band was formed in 1964 by Corky Siegel (harmonica) and Jim Schwall (guitar).
Corky Siegel and Jim Schwall were both students at Roosevelt University, where Siegel studied saxophone music and Schwall studied guitar music. Schwall's background was mostly in country music, while Siegel was more interested in blues. They combined these two genres, producing a lighter sounding blues as compared to Butterfield Blues Band or John Mayall. The band originally was the house band at Pepper's Lounge, but changed to Big John's in Chicago after the Butterfield Blues Band began touring. In 1965, Sam Charters signed the band to Vanguard Records.
In 1966, the band released their first eponymous album, and began a national tour in 1969. While they weren't as commercially successful as Butterfield or Mayall, the band was still able to perform at large venues such as Fillmore West. Also around that time, the Siegel-Schwall Band...
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