Sweet Daddy Cool Breeze

Sweet Daddy Cool Breeze

 Holyoke, Massachusetts, USA
BandBluesBlues Rock

“Blues Revue Magazine”
Sweet Daddy Cool Breeze hits a career peak
on the tough Live In Germany. The band is rock-solid, playing with a clear awareness of dynamics and taste.

Bluesnews Magazine Germany
Why this band is not in the lineup of more European festivals is one of the big mysteries only the music business can answer. Who wants to prove if the words I say here are right, just hear the new CD of this german-american 4 man band ! "


Sweet Daddy Cool Breeze, a Chicago-style boogie and blues band, was formed by Wally "Sweet Daddy" Greaney in 1990. Through the years, Sweet Daddy has developed a loyal European following in Germany, France, Spain, Switzerland, and Austria touring overseas for over twenty-five years. Back home, the band toured regularly up and down the East Coast and the Mid-West until 2008. The fall of the economy in 2008 took S.D.C.B. off the road in the states. He would continue to work in the North East and the occasional tour to Europe.  With two girls in college a full-time job was needed. Fast forward to 2018. With the release of their sixth CD S.D.C.B28 Years with the Blues” Sweet Daddy is looking forward to continuing to work at a successful Blues career which has already spanned over thirty years. He's recorded with the likes of Matt "Guitar" Murphy from the Blues Brothers, Jaimoe - founding member and drummer for the Allman Brothers and Ken Johnson - drummer for James Cotton. Wally "Sweet Daddy" has also worked with John Kay (Founder & Lead Singer of Steppenwolf) recording a DVD titled John Kay & Friends Live at The Renaissance Center. "Sweet Daddy" has shared the stage with blues legends Albert Collins, Buddy Guy, James Cotton, KoKo Taylor, Junior Wells, Taj Mahal and Bo Diddley to name just a few.
Sweet Daddy's smoking lead vocals, full-bodied harmonica, and soulful saxophone along with long time partner Mark Easton’s burning guitar playing, and the solid bass playing of Eddy Humber add up to an unprecedented high energy Blues show that few bands can match. Thank you for your support and we hope you enjoy the music.



Don't Pass Me By - 1993
Live In France - 1997
Blowin Down The House - 2002
Raw Daddy Duo - 2004
Back For More - 2006
Kickin Up A Storm DVD - 2009
Live In Germany - CD - 2011 

"28 Years With The Blues" CD - 2018

Set List

S.D.C.B. Likes to do 2 - 90's in the US
Europe - Most promoters like 1 - 75
maybe two 50 mi sets