Little Cisco has been performing live and in the studio for
over 20 years.
This experience along with extraordinary talent and hard work has produced
comments such as:
“You’re an impressive guitarist in a Stevie/Jimi Style.” Bruce Iglauer of
Alligator Records, as well as:
“LITTLE CISCO ranks among the best in the state, and listening pleasure is a
sure thing with this Green Bay-based rock and blues band.” Jeffrey
Decker--City Pages--Wausau, 2005.
Veteran bassist Ginny Lee’s solid bass lines and polished harmonies, combine
with Cisco’s guitar work and their studio drum and keyboard tracks, making a
full band sound, allowing Cisco to get down to business!!!
A Riveting Guitar Slinging Rockin’ Blues Experience!!!
In 2007, another of Little Cisco’s original songs was selected to be
included on the Great Northern Blues Society’s CD, Bake Sale Four…Heapin’
Rick Wolfe--GNBS, wrote: Sticking with old friends we have Little Cisco back
to get us jumping with “Just Boogie”. Randy rips it up on guitar again on
this toe tappin’ rock tinged blues tune. If this don’t make you wanna move,
“See a Doctor!”
Hard to carry on, was selected to be included on the Great Northern Blues
Society’s CD, Bake Sale Two… More Goodies, in 2001.
“More excellent guitar and great harmonies. This is good home cookin” GNBS.
Little Cisco has performed for special events including: A performance in
the film, LOOK AT ME AMERICA, since then renamed, Gang Justice, of the
Little Cisco Original, BABY I WANT YOU, (The movie can be bought at:
http://bestprices.com/ search for the DVD: Gang Justice), of the Little
Cisco Original, BABY I WANT YOU and festivals and fairs such as: ARTSTREET,
BROWN COUNTY FAIR, ABATE STATEWIDE PARTY, MANITOWOC FAIR, BATTLE OF THE
BLUESMEN, OUT OF CONTROL ROCK AND ROLL BLUES SHOW, CHILTON BLUES FESTIVAL,
MUSIC ON THE MISSISSIPPI…and they have performed with artists: Rick
Derringer, Pat Travers, Steppenwolf, The Outlaws, Ozark Mountain Daredevils
and Molly Hatchet.
In 2007 Little Cisco released: RIFF'S IN TIME...A Riveting Guitar Slinging
Rockin' Blues Anthology…A compilation of Little Cisco originals from their
last 5 albums, including favorites of Little Cisco fans and Little Cisco.
Most of the songs are included in Little Cisco’s live performances.
"As a guitar lover, I quickly fell in love with IN THE DOG HOUSE. Randy
Siscoe belts out incendiary riffs on his Stratocaster that are in the same
class with the other blues masters, past and present. "Michael Hopkins--The
In the international magazine, BLUES REVUE (Oct. issue #31,1997), Ed Ivey
praises lyrics of Cisco’s JUST BOOGIE and refers to FAST CAR as the best
cut, calling it: “slide guitar party on mag wheels”