Shut the screen door on the back porch and throw another log on the fire of the barbecue. Then go inside, pull out your favorite Deltaz album and throw it on the turntable. Heavy blues, roots rock, classic country and the blood harmony of two brothers will pour out of your stereo.
Brothers John (Vocals, Harmonica, Drums) and Ted Siegel (Vocals, Guitar) spend many of their days perfecting new records at a vintage mobile Airstream studio behind their residence just outside of Nashville Tennessee. In 2018 the brothers home and studio was destroyed in a California forest fire prompting them to move out to Nashville. Before relocating they had become mainstays at a Southern Californian institution, The Old Place, regularly performing for patrons at the ever-packed restaurant in the Santa Monica Mountains where the boys grew up. There, they caught the ear of the late bassist Rick Rosas (Neil Young, Joe Walsh), who became a mentor to the group. They have spent their hours rigorously touring, headlining shows across the country, regularly touring in Europe, while attracting the attention of sonic peers such as alt-country act The White Buffalo and Mississippi Blues legend Watermelon Slim, playing with both on several occasions. The Deltaz have had their music placed on CMT and MTV television shows and most recently The Deltaz had their song "Wild Mustang" featured in a film directed by Edward James Olmos, "The Devil Has a Name", recorded as a duet with vocal rock legend Bonnie Bramlett (Eric Clapton, Leon Russell). Since The Deltaz have settled into Nashville they’ve become a staple in their neighborhood of Leipers Fork regularly performing at Fox & Locke and in 2021 at Franklin Tennessee’s Pilgrimage Festival.