"Make Blues Not War" by Mike Zito on iTunes

12 Songs


Smile-inducing blues for all that ails you.


Smile-inducing blues for all that ails you.

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Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5

10 Ratings

Another Great Blues Album!

God Bringer,

Mike Zito's new CD is great. Check out Redbird, a late 60's early 70's psychedlic vibe to the song. Love the last 3 minutes with the guitar solo. Highway Mama, Crazy Legs, Wasted Times and others are a another example of how his songs are getting beter and better as he matures. You got to see him live to really appreciate his talents as a musician and entertainer.

Zito is Awesome


Mike Zito is so much fun to see LIVE.. I'm from St. Louis, and Mike puts on a great show. Love this new album, but have been digging Mike for a while now!!!

About Mike Zito

Guitarist Mike Zito was born in St. Louis, Missouri on November 19, 1970. He got his start in music by singing at local events at a young age. As a teenager he picked up the guitar and began playing regularly around his hometown. By 2008 Zito was releasing records on his own self-titled label while touring the U.S; this was also the year he signed with Eclecto Groove Records and released Today. Pearl River was released the following year, and Zito was awarded Song of the Year at the 2010 Blues Music Awards for the title track off that album.

Zito released his final session on Eclecto Groove, Greyhound, in 2011. A track taken from that session, "Roll On," was featured on the TV show Sons of Anarchy. Also in 2011, Zito formed Royal Southern Brotherhood with Cyril Neville, guitarist Devon Allman (son of Gregg Allman), bassist Charlie Wooton (of Zydefunk), and Yonrico Scott (former drummer for the Derek Trucks Band). The group released its self-titled debut album on the Ruf label in 2012.

In 2013, Zito featured his new backing band the Wheel on the studio album Gone to Texas. Well received, the album garnered a Blues Music Award nomination for "Rock Blues Album of the Year." The Wheel were also on board for the guitarist's Songs from the Road in 2014. In 2016, Zito delivered the Tom Hambridge-produced Make Blues Not War. ~ Al Campbell

    St Louis, MO
  • BORN
    Nov 19, 1970

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