Daddy's Cash, founded in 2011 by a group of close friends, has rapidly grown into a well-acclaimed blues band that performs music rooted in the rich arrangements of American jazz, rock, and blues. The ensemble includes a wide range of instruments such as a brass section, guitars, keyboards, harmonica and percussions. It allows the band to have great flexibility within their repertoire and opens many avenues for expanding into new styles of music - Daddy's Cash, from it's early days, hasn't been limited to a single style of blues. Experimentation has always been ignited by the joy of playing together and resulted in many amazing musical improvisations. In 2012, Daddy's Cash cooperated with American blues legend John Lee Hooker Jr., to recorded their debut album 'That's what the blues is all about'. The album won a Golden Record in the Poland and officially kicked off the career of the band. The band continues being invited for working together with internationally renowned jazz and blues musicians. In 2013, Daddy's Cash has released their second album,'Body Blues', in cooperation with a brilliant lead vocal - American singer Pam Hawkins. For this album the band was also supported by Michael 'Patches' Stewart.