BIOGRAPHY

Abdell Bouyousfi has been an icon of the French blues, roots, rock and punk scenes for more than 25 years, beginning his career in the hard-rocking clubs of France and Spain as an in-demand touring musician.

In 1999 he formed Rosebud Blue Sauce with French swing guitar legend Nico Duportal, and planted himself firmly as the on-call bass player for American rhythm and blues artists on tour throughout Western Europe.

Abdell’s impressive touring experience reads like a who’s who of American blues, appearing on stage alongside Lynwood Slim, Mitch Woods, Gerry Hundt, Ponty Bone, Big George Brock, Super Chikan, R.J Mischo, Ron Hacker, Dave Herrero, Tom Holland, Sean Carney, Gene Taylor (Fabulous Thunderbirds / The Blasters), Keith Dunn, Omar Coleman, Ray Schinnery, Doug Jay, Ricky Nye, Ernie Southern, Jimmy Adler, Cash Box Kings, Joel Paterson, Oscar Wilson, Dave Gross, CW Ayon, David Maxwell (Freddie King), Rod Piazza, Sean Costello, just to name a few.

Abdell released his first solo CD, “The Story So Far” on Big Spoon Records in 2012 and is always on tour or in the studio.