Artist Jerry Mack has been stacking rocks for several years, using natural balancing. He employs basic principles of physics, patience, and steady hand-eye coordination to achieve dramatic results.

Jerry Mack - guitar, percussion, vocals: The founding member of the band has performed with various groups around Ann Arbor for more than 20 years. He fills double roles as songwriter/arranger for many of the group's original tunes. Jerry is also known regionally as the writer of a blues review column for Current Magazine, Ann Arbor's Entertainment Monthly. He maintains an excellent reputation as the host of "Nothin' But the Blues" and "Yazoo City Calling", two radio shows featured on WCBN-88.3FM. His history as emcee of these shows since 1981 has enabled him to interview some of the greatest blues artists of all time, including Willie Dixon, Sunnyland Slim, Blind John Davis, Koko Taylor, and Luther Allison.

Jerry Mack, longtime host of the radio show "Nothing but the Blues," which airs from 3 to 5 p.m. each Saturday on Ann Arbor radio station WCBN, was honored by Big City Blues Magazine when he was chosen as the best radio personality in the blues genre.


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