Brody Buster

When Brody Buster was 7 years old, he picked up one of his mother's old harmonicas and taught himself how to play it. A year later, he was jamming on Beale Street. When he was 9, B.B. King referred to him as "one of the greatest harmonica players of our time." He appeared on The Tonight Show, at the age of 10 and, at 12, shared the stage at the Montreux Jazz Festival in Switzerland with Quincy Jones, Isaac Hayes and Keb' Mo'. A whirlwind career start, a teenage recess from the life of a world traveled performer eventually lead Brody to the 2017 International Blues Challenge in Memphis, Tenn. His pursuit of returning to the craft was well received and the contest was a significant boost after he placed second in the solo/duo category and won best harmonica player. He was inspired to change his approach and now works as a one-man band on drums, guitar, harmonica, and vocals. Audiences are soaking up Brody Buster's second chance success, and the sound is “Oh So Satisfying.”