Max Evans / Guitar

Max Evans began performing in the late 1980’s as part of the roots rock band, The Thangs, based in Washington, DC. After moving to Austin, Texas, he joined the Ugly Americans and toured with The Allman Brothers and Sheryl Crow among others. Moving to New York City, Max continued to perform as a sideman and studio session player. Returning to Austin in 1999, Max formed his own group, DC9, and then a few years later returned to the DC area and began performing, writing and recording with Janine. Janine is super lucky!

Tommy Hannigan / Bass

Tommy Hannigan has played with numerous blues bands in and around Houston, Austin and Dallas. He moved to the DC area and continues to perform with Janine and as well as other bands in the region.

favorite food: tacos, mmm.
favorite drink: oatmeal stout
favorite color: orange….no wait, blue
favorite pet: I have no pets now.
favorite drummer: Clark Matthews.
favorite singer/redhead: Janine Wilson

Clark Matthews / Drums

Drummer Clark Matthews began his professional career in New Orleans playing country and cajun music six nights a week on Bourbon Street. In the 1980’s he moved to the Washington, D.C. area where his work playing folk/rock, classic rock, and blues landed him an international touring spot with guitarist Tom Principato. This led to a touring position backing Muddy Waters’ sideman, Bob Margolin and Chicago harmonica master, Carey Bell. Clark has also had the honor of backing world-renowned blues greats such as Dr. John, Pinetop Perkins, Earl King, Louisiana Red, Charlie Musselwhite, Nappy Brown, Sunnyland Slim, and Grady Gaines.

Clark currently resides in Baltimore, MD and is an active member of Mosaic, the Sunday worship ensemble at Central Presbyterian Church in Towson, MD. He can also be regularly heard performing with local area bands including Americana song stylist Janine Wilson, country artist Arty Hill, Nighthawks alumni Pete Kanaras, Automatic Slim, Dean Rosenthal, Flatfoot Sam, and the Natty Beaux. Clark also backs San Francisco based keyboardist, Mitch Woods when he tours in the East.