Harvey Brindell is a storyteller who happens to play guitar and sing and loves the blues. Sometimes the stories are from his own life experiences and sometimes he shares the stories of others. He's lived in the northeast, southeast, midwest and the Pacific northwest. He's been playing professionally for the past thirty years. He played guitar in the legendary Honeyboy Turner Band. Harvey travels the country playing at major blues venues, hundreds of small clubs, wineries, casinos, and festivals. He's played regularly at The Zoo Bar in Lincoln, Nebraska as well as all of the blues venues that have come and gone in Omaha. Harvey has also played at Grant's Lounge in Macon, Georgia,( the legendary home of Southern Rock) and continues to have scheduled shows in Atlanta, Macon, Milledgevile, and Sandersville, as well as other cities in Georgia.

Harvey has played shows with Magic Slim & The Teardrops, Shawn Holt and The Teardrops, Bernard Allison, Mitch Kashmar, The 44s, Jimmy Thackery, Mike Zito, Smokin' Joe Kubik, Kilborn Alley Blues Band, JW Jones, Sean Chambers, Corey Stevens, Davina & The Vagabonds, Mighty Joe Young, Josh Hoyer & Soul Colassal, Kevin Selfe & The Tornados,and Deak Harp. Harvey Brindell & The Tablerockers recently toured as the back up band for Mitch Kashmar. His bands have also backed Chicago legends, Taildragger, Mary Lane and Rockin' Johnny Burgin when they were in his area and needed a back up band.

Harvey recorded two CDs with The Honeyboy Turner Band, Preachin The Blues in 1994 and Billiard Playin' Mama in 2012. He wrote several songs that were included on each of those CDs. Both CDs sold well regionally. They are available for streaming or for purchase on the MERCHANDISE page of this website. One of Harv's songs, Blues For Omaha, was included on the Blues Society Of Omaha Compilation CD, Deeper Blue.

Harvey's bands have been twice nominnated for Cascade Blues Association Muddy Awards and twice nominated for OEAA (Omaha Entertainment and Arts Awards) Best Blues Band Awards.

When asked why he loves making music, Harvey says: "Life is stressful. I like doing what I can to help people have fun, relax, and have a good time"

The Tablerockers

On any given night the line-up of Harvey's band, The Tablerockers varies depending on what city or state he's playing in.