The Santini-Jensen Project

I’m excited to share some exciting plans for 2017. Represented by Blues Pros Talent, I will be teaming up with my old pal, Jeff Jensen, by popular demand to form The Santini-Jensen Project, a powerhouse band that will be offered exclusively to festivals and premier concert venues. If you want to see us together, please share the news and contact your favorite festivals and let them know you want us to be there in 2017. This will be an exciting limited time only project! MORE INFO AND CONTACT HERE ->


The Santini-Jensen Project is more than a reunion; it’s a connection, a collaboration between two of the most powerful and entertaining performers in the modern blues genre.  Featuring the talent and excitement of modern day Memphis based blues stars Brandon Santini and Jeff Jensen along with the support of guitarist Timo Arthur, bassist Bill Ruffino, & drummer David Green; this crowd pleasing package is sure to be a hit. Combining Santini’s traditional and soulful harmonica and vocals with Jensen’s high flying guitar work and vocals,  the project’s sound will be big and full while still maintaining the dynamic styles that both revered artists are known for.  But above all this band will be fun!  The number one goal of this group is to perform concerts that leave the audience recharged, refreshed, inspired, and excited.

brandon-jensen-vividpixJeff Jensen first moved to Memphis, TN in 2011 and started working with Brandon Santini almost immediately.  They toured the States and Canada, performing over 240 shows a year, until 2013.  During that time Santini and Jensen recorded three albums together including Santini’s Blues Music Award  nominated “This Time Another Year” and Jensen’s “Road Worn and Ragged”.  The energy these two put out on stage was so powerful and memorable that it’s still frequently talked about today.

Since parting ways in 2013, both Jensen and Santini have flourished in their own careers. Santini, now with five Blues Music Award nominations, has continued to tour relentlessly and has truly become an icon in world of blues harmonica.  After releasing “Morose Elephant”, Jeff Jensen’s solo career completely opened up.  He’s performed over a dozen countries and 30 states in 2016 alone.  He and his band are continuing their global quest to share energy, emotion and inspiration with blues fans and music fans everywhere. Now, Santini & Jensen are back together by popular demand!


T-Shirts & Autographed Items Now Available!

“The Santini Store” is now open for business and you can order men’s and ladies’ shirts and tank tops to show how big of a fan you really are! We’ve also got some other cool items such as autographed CD’s and harmonicas!

Click here to visit the store! 


Live & Extended! Debuts At #14 On Living Blues Radio Chart!


Brandon Santini’s new release, “Live & Extended!” debuted at #14 on The Living Blues Radio Chart for January 2015!  Living Blues Magazine was first published in 1970 and has become the premier Blues magazine worldwide. Their monthly radio chart indicates the most played Blues albums throughout the entire world.

Click here to view the chart! 



Live & Extended! Available NOW!


Brandon Santini’s long-awaited CD release Live & Extended! is available now! Recorded in July 2014 at Festival d’ete de Quebec in Quebec City, QC, the album features twelve dynamic performances including two previously unreleased original songs. GET IT HERE ->


New Album Available For Pre-Sale!

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Brandon Santini will be releasing the long awaited, “Live & Extended!” on Tuesday January 27, 2015 in association with VizzTone Label Group and Endless Blues Productions. Recorded in July 2014 at Festival d’ete de Quebec in Quebec City, QC, the album features twelve dynamic performances including two previously unreleased original songs. Pre-sale begins today and runs through January 5th. Packages include autographed and personalized CD’s as well as other autographed memorabilia!





Blues Blast Interview

What on earth could possess a 15 year old boy in 1997 to have an interest in Blues harmonica?

A young Brandon Santini listened to a popular rock band of the day and liked what he heard.

“At 15, as you can imagine, you listen to what’s on mainstream radio and Blues Traveler…I heard those guys and I was like, ‘Man, I really like that harmonica.’ So, I bought one of their albums and I saw what kind of harmonica John Popper plays, so I asked my mom to take me to the music store and ended up buying a harmonica that day.”… READ THE FULL INTERVIEW HERE



Brandon appears on the new album from Jerry Lee Gingery & The JuJu Kings!

The latest album from Jerry Lee Gingery & The JuJu Kings is out with Brandon Santini appearing on six tracks including Rich Man’s Blues, Something’s Wrong, Must Have Been Blind, Life Goes On, Hop Skip & A Jump, and Sorry For Myself.

Get it at  this link: