Big Head Todd and the Monsters is a rock band formed in 1986 in Colorado. The band has released a number of albums since 1989 with their 1993 album Sister Sweetly going platinum in the United States. The band has developed a sizable live following especially in the Mountain States of the United States.
In June 2007 Big Head Todd & The Monsters recorded their annual charity show to raise money for autism research at the Red Rocks Amphitheater in Colorado. The recordings were sold on USB flash drives at the merchandise stands following the performance.
Big Head Todd & The Monsters toured in the summer of 2008. This extended tour was in support of the July release of their 8th studio album “All The Love You Need”.
In 2010 Big Head Todd and the Monsters again returned to the studio to record “Rocksteady”. This featured “Beast of Burden” written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, and “Smokestack Lightning” by Chester Burnett.
Big Head Todd and the Monsters returned to the studio again in 2011 to record an all new project under the name Big Head Blues Club. The album “100 Years of Robert Johnson” celebrates the songs of the late blues singer and musician Robert Johnson. The members of Big Head Todd and the Monsters were accompanied by B. B. King, Charlie Musselwhite, Cedric Burnside, David “Honeyboy” Edwards, Hubert Sumlin, Ruthie Foster, and Lightnin’ Malcolm. Big Head Todd and the Monsters have also played shows under the name Big Head Blues Club, and have invited some of the legends featured on the album to perform with them.
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