Since the band was founded in 1991, MORBLUS has played with a great number of internationally renowned artists such as John Mayall, Robben Ford, Ronnie Earl, Shakura S'Aida, Diane Blue..
Lately, MORBLUS looks back on collaborations with the following musicians:
Justina Lee Brown (NG)
Justina Lee Brown is one of Nigeria’s most promising new talents. Live and on record, her powerful and versatile voice perfectly complements her music, a modern and original mix of Soul and Rhythm & Blues, not forgetting a generous helping of her strong stage performance and presence.
Download her biography.. and check out her Reverbnation site...
MORBLUS is establishing a continuous collaboraiton with Justina in Europe since 2012.
Check out the dates here..
Anastasia René (USA)
New York based vocalist Anastasia René began singing at a very young age.
She cites such musical influences as Nina Simone, Chaka Khan, and Cassandra Wilson.
Anastasia is now coming to Europe to join Morblus for a number of festivals in 2012.
Diane Blue (USA)
Boston's Diane Blue is a soulful and sassy performer who delivers the goods vocally and through her harmonica ("harp") playing, serving up her own spin on soul, blues and R&B. She was a participant of the 2011 International Blues Challenge in Memphis for the Massachusetts Blues Society.
Lousiana Mojo Queen (USA)
Louisiana Mojo Queen (Ms Zeno) is a well known professional club, studio and Blues Singer. After performing all over the world she branched out on her own. Being a Louisiana native, Ms Zeno has recorded four CD's over the past ten years. Download her biography..
MORBLUS will be on summer festival tour in Europe in 2011. Check out the dates here..
Martha High (USA)
Martha High is an original member of the James Brown band, first with her band The Jewels, then as one of his singers. She stayed with him for more than 30 years. Since 1995, she regularly tours with Maceo Parker and has some appearances with MORBLUS, e.g. at the Trasimeno New Year's Funk & Soul Explosion (I) in 2010/11 and Duvelblues Festival (B) in 2011.