Mark Riley plays Dean Haitani's beautiful tune "Lay Me Down Slowly Mama" during a set with  The Bill Mattock's Band at The Oxford Saloon in Snohomish, Washington. Video Credit: RON BEATTY

Guitarists Brian Lee and Billy Stapleton join Mark Riley and the rhythm section of Tacoma's Blues Redemption band (Billy Barner on drums, Joe Hendershot on bass) to perform a classic Elmore James song at Tacoma WA club Jazzbones. Video Credit: RON BEATTY

Mark Riley at Jazzbones in Tacoma, WA playing with Chris Kliemann on keys, Chris Leighton on drums, Scott Simmons on bass, and James King on harmonica. Video Credit: RON BEATTY

The Mark Riley Trio featuring Rob Moitoza (formerly of The Sons of Champlain) and Marty Vadalabene (played drums for Doug Kershaw) at The Swiss in Tacoma WA. Video Credit: RON BEATTY

Mark collaborating with Chris Leighton on one of his infamous "trash kits" for the Washington Blues Society Blues Bash in 2011. Video Credit: RON BEATTY

Mark Riley at Jazzbones in Tacoma, WA playing with Chris Kliemann on keys, Chris Leighton on drums, Scott Simmons on bass, and James King on harmonica. Video Credit: RON BEATTY

Mark Riley at Jazzbones in Tacoma, WA playing with Chris Kliemann on keys, Chris Leighton on drums, Scott Simmons on bass, and James King on harmonica. Video Credit: RON BEATTY

Mark & Dean Haitani performing Dean's orignal tune Lay Me Down Slowly Mama at Sweet Blues StudioVideo Credit: RON BEATTY

Mark & Dean Haitani at performing Honey Hush at Sweet Blues Studio . Video Credit: RON BEATTY

The Mark Riley Trio featuring Rob Moitoza (formerly of The Sons of Champlain) and Marty Vadalabene (played drums for Doug Kershaw) at The Swiss in Tacoma WA. Video Credit: RON BEATTY

The Mark Riley Trio featuring Rob Moitoza (formerly of The Sons of Champlain) and Marty Vadalabene (played drums for Doug Kershaw) performing Robert Johnson's Kind Hearted Woman at The Swiss in Tacoma WA. Video Credit: RON BEATTY