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MAY 2007, Vol.03+04
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May 24th - Please welcome with us our new artist -

MEM SHANNON & The Membership (USA) - to the network family. Upcoming tour in 2008 will be scheduled soon. Festival and club requests are welcome at any time. We are looking forward to your much appreciated response.
Please be so kind and visit the website from the artist - www.memshannon.com
- to keep you informed about his music, work and upcoming dates. In the meantime we would like to thank you for your kind consideration and bookings.
Always the best and cheers to the Blues. together we´re stronger!

Ray, Georges and the network team
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ALLIGATOR RECORDS
PRESS RELEASE

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
MAY 21, 2007

CONTACT: MARC LIPKIN
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TINSLEY ELLIS TO RELEASE NEW ALBUM
ON
ALLIGATOR RECORDS!

Alligator Records has set a June 26 release date for MOMENT OF TRUTH, the blistering new CD from guitarist/ vocalist/ songwriter Tinsley Ellis. Tinsley’s hometown paper, The Atlanta Journal Constitution, calls his music, “a potent, amazing trip through electric blues-rock.” Rolling Stone said, “feral blues guitar…non-stop gigging has sharpened his six-string to a razor’s edge…his eloquence dazzles…he achieves pyrotechnics that rival Jeff Beck and Eric Clapton.” MOMENT OF TRUTH is Ellis’ lyrically deepest, most guitar driven and aggressive album of his career.

Produced by Ellis, MOMENT OF TRUTH captures all the power and energy of his legendary live performances. His vocals reach new heights of soulfulness and expressiveness; his guitar playing is ferocious and relentless, but, when the mood calls for it, gentle and moving. But what really sets the album apart is the depth of Ellis’ songwriting. The material deals in matters both personal and universal and runs the gamut of human emotions. MOMENT OF TRUTH is Ellis’ most wide-ranging and inspired recording.

Born in Atlanta in 1957, Ellis grew up in southern Florida and first played guitar at age eight. He found the blues through the backdoor of the British Invasion bands like The Yardbirds, The Animals, Cream, and The Rolling Stones. He especially loved the Kings – Freddie, B.B. and Albert – and spent hours immersing himself in their music. His love for the blues solidified when he was 14. At a B.B. King performance, Tinsley sat mesmerized in the front row. When B.B. broke a string on Lucille, he changed it without missing a beat, and handed the broken string to Ellis. After the show, B.B. came out and talked with fans, further impressing Tinsley with his warmth and down-to-earth attitude. By now Tinsley’s fate was sealed; he had to become a blues guitarist. And yes, he still has that string.

Already an accomplished teenaged musician, Ellis left Florida and returned to Atlanta in 1975. He soon joined the Alley Cats, a gritty blues band that included Preston Hubbard (of Fabulous Thunderbirds fame). In 1981, along with veteran blues singer and harpist Chicago Bob Nelson, Tinsley formed The Heartfixers, a group that would become Atlanta’s top-drawing blues band. After cutting Cool On It and Tore Up with The Heartfixers, Ellis was ready to head out on his own. He sent a copy of the master tape for his solo debut to Bruce Iglauer at Alligator Records. “I had heard Cool On It," recalls Iglauer, “and I was amazed. I hadn't heard Tinsley before, but he played like the guys with huge international reputations. It wasn't just his raw power; it was his taste and maturity that got to me. It had the power of rock but felt like the blues. I knew I wanted to hear more of this guy.”

GEORGIA BLUE, Tinsley’s first Alligator release, hit an unprepared public by surprise in 1988. Critics and fans quickly agreed that a new and original guitar hero had emerged. Before long, Alligator arranged to reissue COOL ON IT and TORE UP, thus exposing Tinsley’s blistering earlier music to a growing fan base. Tinsley’s next releases, 1989’s FANNING THE FLAMES, 1992’s TROUBLE TIME, 1994’s STORM WARNING and 1997’s FIRE IT UP  (produced by the legendary Tom Dowd), solidified Ellis’ reputation as a guitar hero with depth and substance.

Ellis’ 2005 return to Alligator (after short stints with Capricorn and Telarc Records), the searing guitar-fueled LIVE-HIGHWAYMAN, was the live recording his fans had been demanding for years. Recorded at a packed club just outside Chicago, the CD takes Ellis’ extended soloing and heartfelt vocals to staggering heights. The Chicago Tribune said, “Incendiary live performances, inspired, original and funky.” 

Averaging over 150 live shows a year, Ellis has played in all 50 states, as well as Canada, Europe, Australia and South America. Whether he’s out with his own band or sharing stages with The Allman Brothers, Robert Cray, Koko Taylor or Widespread Panic, he spreads his jaw-dropping licks, thunderous axe work and intense vocals everywhere he goes. With the massive touring supporting MOMENT OF TRUTH, Ellis will bring his high-energy, guitar-drenched performances to people all over the world. Tinsley Ellis’ time has come. For him and his growing legion of fans, the moment of truth is now.

MARC LIPKIN

May

Dear Friedrich,

Good grief folks, things just keeping better and it's starting to heat up in our neighborhood this week. Plus Memorial Day weekend & the Jazz Jubilee is here!

First off, Kyla Brox (from England) is making a number of appearances in our area. She will be performing at the Blue Room Lounge Tuesday night - followed by a gig at the Torch Club on Thursday - then she will perform up in the foothills at the St. George Hotel in Volcano on Saturday night - then at the Speakeasy in Old Sacramento on Sunday.

Secondly, don't miss Bryan Lee and The Blues Power Band at the Torch Club this Tuesday night. Bryan hails from New Orleans and is making his return to the Torch for another great show! This blind performer is special ...I highly recommend checking out Bryan and his band!

A few highlights on Friday include: Sonny Landreth & David Jacobs Strain at The Palms; Blues Farm at Constable Jack's; Johnny "Guitar" Knox & The Soothers in Rocklin; and Terry Evans at da Torch Club.

To round things out, the Lara Price Band will be recording their live show at the Torch Club on Saturday night.

Things are definitely heating up in our area! Get ready for the Northern California Blues Festival featuring JLW, Chris Cain, Shane Dwight, Lara Price, SFK & Steve Foster. SBS members will get a $10 discount ..check it out here. (this offer isn't advertised openly and doesn't appear on the web site ..it's only for 'card carrying' members of a blues society). Your card will be honored at the gate to receive the $10.00 discount.

Of course, the Jazz Jubilee is happening in Old Sacramento where one can see & here Mick Martin, Kathleen Cairns, NiteCry, Mike McGowan and "Catfish" performing BLUES on various stages. Click here for the Jazz Jubilee's web site. Have a great Memorial Day weekend!

Here is this week's complete line-up:

Mon. Tues. Wed. Thurs.
Monday: Blue Monday Open w/Jeramy Norris (8:00), Sidelines Sports Bar, Modesto =--= Blues Legends (8:00), Kimballs Carnival - Jack London Square, Oakland =--= Open Mic w/Dave Baldwin (7:30), Fox & Goose, Sacramento =--= The Bonedrivers (4:00), Lou's Pier 47, San Francisco 
Tuesday: Bryan Lee (9:00), Torch Club, Sacramento =--= Jam w/Dan Sadler (8:00), Callison's Bar & Grill, Sacramento =--= Kyla Brox (8:00), Blue Room Lounge - Clarion Hotel, Sacramento 
Wednesday: Acoustic w/Yasutaka & Friends (5:00), Torch Club, Sacramento =--= Americana Ramble w/Richard March (7:30), Marilyn's, Sacramento =--= Blues Jam w/Bluenatics (7:30), Stoney Inn, Sacramento =- -= Blues Jam w/Jeramy Norris (8:00), Sidelines, Modesto =--= Cole Rio Blues Band (8:00), Trino's Lounge, Sacramento =--= Daniel Castro (8:00), Lou's Pier 47, San Francisco =-- = Jam w/The Band With No Name (7:00), Yager's Tap House, Folsom =--= Jimmy Pailer Band (9:00), Torch Club, Sacramento =--= Redwood City Blues Jam (7:00), Little Fox Theater, Redwood City =--= SacBlues All Pro Jam w/ Steve Foster (8:00), Louie's Cocktail Lounge, Rancho Cordova 
Thursday: Acoustic w/Sherman Baker (5:00), Torch Club, Sacramento =--= Big Delta, Vinnie's (9:00) JJ's Blues Lounge, San Jose =-- = Blues Jam w/Equinox Blues Review (7:00), Vega's, Old Sacramento =--= Hucklebucks (8:00), Lou's Pier 47, San Francisco =--= Jazz Jam (8:00), Blue Room Lounge - Clarion Hotel, Sacramento =--= Jeramy Norris Band (4:00), Lou's Pier 47, San Francisco =--= Kyla Brox (9:00), Torch Club, Sacramento =--= Rusty Zinn (9:00), Mojo Lounge, Fremont =--= Terry Evans (8:00), Biscuits & Blues, San Francisco

FRIDAY, May 25
Acoustic Trio w/Pailer, Fratis & Taylor (5:00), Torch Club, Sacramento =--= Black Cat Bone (7:30), Bistro 33, Davis =--= Blues Farm (9:00), Constable Jack's, Newcastle =--= Blues Jam w/Rick Arnold (8:00), Drytown Club, Drytown =--= Daniel Castro (9:30), JJ's Blues Lounge, San Jose =--= Indigenous (9:30), Moe's Alley, Santa Cruz =--= Johnny "Guitar" Knox & The Soothers (6:00), Lucille's BBQ, Rocklin =--= Lightning Hand (8:00), Sacramento Brewing Company, Sacramento =- -= Little Charlie & The Nightcats (9:00), Café Van Cleefs, Oakland =--= Maxx Cabello (9:00), Lou's Pier 47, San Francisco =--= Rockinbocker (9:00), Elk Grove Brewery, Elk Grove =--= Sleeper (9:00), Pistol Pete's, Auburn =--= Spotted Dog Rockin' Blues Revue (9:00), River's Edge Bar & Grill, W. Sacramento =--= Sonny Landreth & David Jacobs Strain (8:30), The Palms, Winters =--= Sonny Rhodes (8:00 & 10:00), Biscuits & Blues, San Francisco =--= Terry Evans (9:00), Torch Club, Sacramento =--= Whitewater Blues Band Jam (8:00), Silver Dollar Saloon, Marysville

SATURDAY, May 26
Santa Cruz Blues Festival - Los Lonely Boys, Indigenous, Jackie Greene, Sonny Landreth, Roy Roger & the Delta Rhythm Kings (11:00) - Aptos Village Park, Aptos.

Alameda All Stars (9:30), Mojo Lounge, Fremont =--= Black Cat Bone (8:00), Sacramento Brewing Company, Sacramento =- -= Boots Blues Trio (5:00), Torch Club, Sacramento =--= Daniel Castro (9:30), Constable Jack's, Newcastle =--= Guitar Mac (noon), Lou's Pier 47, San Francisco =--= Harlee & The Sugar Daddies (9:00), Elk Grove Brewery, Elk Grove =--= Jeramy Norris Band (9:00), Iron Door Saloon, Groveland =--= Kyla Brox (6:30), St. George Hotel, Volcano =-- = Lara Price Band - Recording Live (9:00), Torch Club, Sacramento =--= Linda Bracamonte Band (8:30), Hacienda Del Rio, Folsom =--= Mitch Woods (8:00 & 10:00), Biscuits & Blues, San Francisco =--= Little Charlie & The Nightcats (9:30), Powerhouse Pub, Folsom =--= Richie Barron Band (1:00), Bridge On The River - Garden Hwy, Sacramento =--= Sacramento Blues Revue (1:00), 2 Grand Saloon, Old Sacramento =--= Shane Dwight Blues Band (9:00), Lou's Pier 47, San Francisco =--= The Bonedrivers (9:00), Old Princeton Landing, Half Moon Bay =--= The Boneshackers (9:30), Moe's Alley, Santa Cruz =--= The Detours (1:00), The Old Sugar Mill, Clarksburg =--= The Detours (9:00), Mark's Sports Bar & Grill, Folsom

SUNDAY, May 27
Santa Cruz Blues Festival - Etta James & The Roots Band, Little Feat, Robben Ford, Tommy Castro, Nina Storey (11:00) - Aptos Village Park, Aptos.

Allen Frank & The Leather Souls (4:00), Drytown Club, Drytown =--= Blues Jam w/Grant & Friends (4:00), Moon River Inn, Freeport =-- = Blues Jam w/Steve Hall & David Brown (5:00), Haven's Acre, Lathrop =--= Daniel Castro (4:00), Half Moon Bay Brewing Co., Half Moon Bay =--= Gove Scrivenor (7:00), Cozmic Cafe, Placerville =--= Jam w/Dave Channell (5:00), Tumbleweed Inn, Rancho Cordova =--= Jam w/Morning Wood Blues Band (3:00), Rumors Sports Bar & Grill, Sacramento =--= Jeramy Norris Band (2:00), Paradise Bar & Grill, Bethel Island =--= Kyla Brox (3:00, The Speakeasy, Old Sacramento =--= Maxx Cabello (4:00), Lou's Pier 47, San Francisco =--= Sacramento Blues Revue (1:00), 2 Grand Saloon, Old Sacramento =--= Showcase Blues Jam w/Jimmy Pailer (5:00), Torch Club, Sacramento =--= Stacie Eakes & The Superfreakes (9:00), Torch Club, Sacramento =--= Sunday Blues Jam w/Steve Mears & Probable Cause (8:00), Powerhouse Pub, Folsom =--= Tommy Castro (9:30), Moe's Alley, Santa Cruz =--= Wingnut Adams Blues Band (4:00), Rusty Porthole, Bethel Island

COMING SOON !!

Saturday, June 2 - Roy Rogers & The Delta Rhythm Kings (8:00), The Palms Playhouse, Winters.
Friday, June 8 - Andy Keane & Kinda Blue (9:30), Constable Jack's, Newcastle.
Saturday, June 9 - Coloma Live - The Fabulous Thunderbirds, Coco Montoya, Sista Monica, Albert Cummings, Mick Martin & The Blues Rockers (2:00), Henningsen-Lotus Park, Lotus near Coloma.
Friday, June 15 - Brad Wilson (9:00), Torch Club, Sacramento.

Keep supporting your Sacramento Blues Society, worthy benefits, the blues clubs and festivals around your area!

Save me a seat,

Willie

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SLOW TRAIN -  FÄHRT AB !!!!!!
alle einsteigen hoffe ihr seid dabei

DIE TOUR  -  SLOW TRAIN
Listen to the Slow Train –  Don’t miss this train

Di.22.5.    A-1170 Wien / Metropol 
Mi.23.5.    A-8010 Graz / Orpheum
Do.24.5.   A-4020 Linz / Posthof 
Sa 26.5.   A-7100 Neusiedl /See / Impulse 
Mi.30.5.   A-5020 Salzburg / Rockhouse   
Do.31.5.  A-6830  Rankweil / Altes Kino 
Fr.1.6.    A-8724 Spielberg / Kulturzentrum
Sa.2.6.    A-9900 Lienz / Creativ-Center 
Mo.4.6.   A-8700 Leoben / Okemah  

alle konzerte beginn: 20.00  mehr info auf www.theessink.com 

DAS ALBUM  SLOW TRAIN
im  September 2006  entstand  das neue Album SLOW TRAIN der HANS THEESSINK BAND.  Die Band, die Songs und die Musik unter einem Dach. Einige 100 Meter Multicore wurden verlegt und 8 verschiedene Räume damit verkabelt.1000 m2 Wohnfläche wurden uns von unserem Freund Mag.Wall,  für die Aufnahmen zu Verfügung gestellt. Das Indoor-Pool gab den Hall. Hans Theessink selbst spielte im Raum neben der uralten Weinpresse.

DER WEIN SLOW TRAIN
Hannes Zweytick -  Weinbauer, Bürgermeister, Nationalrat, Querdenker und Vino´soph. Seine Familie führt die Geschicke am Hof, er instruiert Visionen in der Region. Zweytick´sche Bergweine aus Ratsch an der Weinstraße sind heute im In- und Ausland weit bekannt.  Inspiriert von Hans Theessink seiner Musik wurde der Slow Train Wein komponiert.

SLOW TRAIN – Press Quotes
SLOW TRAIN in der Top 10 der Euro Americana chart (Mai 200/)
Mit einem solchen  Soundtrack im Gepäck  steigt man freiwillig gerne in jeden noch so langsamen Bummelzug ein! (Jazz Podium (D) Mai 2007)
Stimmig, erdig, ehrlich, engagiert, mitunter auch politisch – Hans Theessink macht auf „Slow Train“ erneut aus seinem Herzen keine Mördergrube. Er sagt, was er denkt. Und er setzt es musikalisch in feinsten Arrangements um, deren Spektrum weit über den Blues hinausreichen. (Reinhold Gruber, OÖ Nachrichten, A, april 07)
Der Wienerischste aller Holländer hat schon oft genug bewiesen, dass er das Mississippi Delta nicht nur vom Hörensagen kennt. (Kleine Zeitung (A), TSC, 04.07)
This is one of those 'wow' albums! 'Slow Train' by Hans Theessink is an absolutely  stunning album that combines "blues, roots rock, Americana, worldmusic, folk, and gospel" and more... an enjoyable outing full of originality and fascinating performances. (Peter J Brown, toxic pete, UK, 04.07)
The variety of influences that have been brought to this album make it a terrific listen and if it isn’t in the top ten for the year I will be very surprised. (Andy Snipper/ blues matters, UK)
Ein ganz Großer seines Fachs, nämlich der Bluesmusiker Hans Theessink hat –  wie soll man es anders bezeichnen? – ein wunderschönes Album eingespielt. (Sound & Media (A)
Die Reise mit seinem „Slow Train“ durch die Blueslandschaft bringt Theessinks hervorragende Songwriter-Qualitäten zum Ausdruck. Mit seiner unvergleichlichen Stimme singt Theessink über die alten Bluesthemen wie Love, Job und Travelling, und macht uns die Zugfahrt spannend und angenehm. (Jazzzeit, A, bak, 04.07)
May
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W E B L O G
At the weblog you can find all this information plus lots of other and interesting stuff (pictures, links, opinions).

We also added a SnoCap player / download store to the weblog. There you can listen to over more then 100 tracks from the Black and Tan catalogue and you can also download them directly.

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B O O   B O O   D A V I S
Just picked up Boo Boo Davis from the airport and on Wednesday we will start our European tour. Plenty of chances to catch him live.
23.05. Clermont Ferrand (F), Cooperative de Mai
24.05. Walkinstown Dublin (IRL), The Cherry Tree
25.05. Drogheda (IRL), Droichead Arts Centre
26.05. Warrenpoint (N-Ireland), Blues on the Bay
27.05. Belfast (N-Ireland), The John Hewitt
29.05. Dublin (IRL), JJ's
30.05. Monaghan (IRL), McKenna's
31.05. Enniskillen (N-Ireland), Ardhowen Theatre
01.06. Londonderry (N-Ireland) Sandinos
02.06. Lisburn (N-Ireland). Island Arts Centre
03.06. Ballyshannon (IRL), Rory Gallagher Festival
06.06. Carrig on Bannow (IRL), Colfers
07.06. Listowel (IRL), St John Arts centre
08.06. Ennis (IRL), The Barge Rooms
09.06. Limavady (N-Ireland), Jazz & Blues Festival
10.06. Naul (IRL), Seamus Ennis Center
14.06. Toussieu (F), James Cafe
15.06. Hildesheim (D), Bischofsmühle
16.06. Stuttgart (D), Merlin
22.06. Wien (A), Tunnel
23.06. Steyr (A), Stadtfest
06.07. Audun le Tiche (F), Vache de Blues

B I L L Y   J O N E S
The new record is finally available at ITUNES. You WILL find the link at the weblog at May 11.
quote form the review in BACK TO THE ROOTS (Benelux):
"In 2005 noemde ik Billy Jones een vernieuwer van de blues. Deze cd bevestigt dat. Sterker nog. Jones gaat nog iets breder in het etaleren van schrijverskunsten en vertolkerscapaciteiten. Dit is uitstekende soulvolle blues met actuele lyrische thema's  en onderwerpen."

E Q U I P M E N T   F O R   S A L E
Over the years I have collected a lot of backline equipment and it's time to get rid of some of the stuff that I never use. Get in touch if you are interested in a bass speaker cabinet with a 15 inch Electro Voice speaker. You can find a picture at the weblog on May 14 and I you want I can send you more details and pictures.

B L A C K   A N D   T A N    S H O P
If you have any trouble getting our releases don't hesitate to get your Black and Tan direct from the source.

We accept payment by PayPal and credit card (Visa & Master). We have everything in stock and ship the same day. We also lowered the prices for the older titles and skipped the shipping costs.

R O S C O E   C H E N I E R
quote from the review on PEPPERMINT BLUES (France):
`Alléluia, c'est comme ça que j'aime la vie ! " Waiting For My Tomorrow " un album printanier à mettre dans toutes les mains !`
read the complete review at the web log on May 10

We just got confirmation for Roscoe's appearance at the RHYTHM RIOT in London on November 23, 2007. The Rhythm Riot is the UK's biggest festival of 1950s Rhythm & Blues and Roots Rock 'n' Roll.

We also released three un-released tracks from last ROSCOE CHENIER recording session. They're as good as the ones on the record we simple didn't have enough room for all tracks. They will available only as downloads. You will find the direct links to the tracks at iTunes and Emusic at the web log at May 9.

D O U G   M A C L E O D
Doug finshed the Australina part of the tour and all reactions were very psotivie and we are already talking about a new Australian tour for Doug. Doug is now heading for New Zealand where he'll be touring till June 2nd.
23.05. Invercargill (NZ), Southbound Blues Trust @ James Hargist College  (workshop)
24.05. Invercargill (NZ), Southbound Blues Trust @ Southland Boys High School  (workshop)
25.05. Invercargill (NZ), Southbound Blues Trust @ Appleby Tavern  (workshop + concert)
26.05. Oamaru (NZ), Penguin Club
27.05. Dunedin (NZ), New Edinburgh Folk Club
28.05. Devonport, Auckland(NZ), Folk Club @ the Bunker
29.05. Tauranga (NZ), Mills Reef Winery
31.05. Wellington (NZ), Wellington Blues Club @ Bristol Hotel
01.06. Rotorua (NZ), NZ Blues Society @ Chambers Belgian Cafe

Whenever Doug has a few spare minutes and has access to an internet connection he will send me short messages about his experiences on the road. You will these messages back in the web log as DUBB'S ROAD BOOK.

quote form the review in BACK TO THE ROOTS (Benelux):
"Van bij de eerste klaaglijke gitaarsound, die aan Blind Willie Johnson herinnert tot aan het einde van het van zijn clubconcert, boeit deze dvd."

P O D C A S T S
all tracks from the two new records (like almost the entire Black and Tan catalogue) is available for podcasts thru the podsafe music network.
http://music.podshow.com

V E N U E   I N F O R M A T I O N
Help us to get the Black and Tan artists to perform in venues in your area.!!! If you have any suggestions for nice clubs and festival do not hesitate to send us all the information you have. We will do our best to get them in there.

I N T E R V I E W S  etc
all artists are available for interviews or other media activities. Do not hesitate to contact us. We will do our best to make the arrangements

U P C O M I N G   E U R O P E A N    T O U R S
DOUG MACLEOD            Sept / Oct
BOO BOO DAVIS           October
BILLY JONES             November
ROSCOE CHENIER`         November
KEEPING LIVING MUSIC ALIVE !!
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Dear all,
May 21st - We added videos from most of our artists to the updated media player too. More will come soon...
we hope you enjoy and like what you hear and see. Many thanks for your kind visits on our website.
Always the best. Together we´re stronger! Cheers to the Blues.
Ray, Georges & the network team
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***** all tours are presented by - www.bluesart.at - www.bluesartstudio.com *****







Rhythm Room All-Stars
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May 20, 2007

>>>>> Paris James and Bob Corritore with very special guest Big Pete Pearson this Tuesday at the Farm: Bob Corritore will appear at The Farm at South Mountain, 6106 S. 32nd St, Phoenix, AZ 85042, with Paris James and Big Pete Pearson. Call (602)276-6360 for further information.

>>>>> Chico Chism Birthday Memorial This Wednesday at the Rhythm Room: Hosted by George Vaught and the Flamekeepers, who were Chico's very last band. Bob will make a brief appearance with Big Pete Pearson and guitarist Mike Howard at this event honoring the late Chico Chism. This event takes place at the Rhythm Room Phoenix, AZ; doors open at 7pm, a minimum donation of $5 is asked (goes toward unpaid funeral expenses). This will be a patio smoking only event, no indoor smoking will be permitted.

>>>>> Big Pete Pearson & The Rhythm Room All-Stars with guest guitarst Little Frank This Friday & Saturday at the Rhythm Room: The Rhythm Room All-Stars featuring Big Pete Pearson are excited to have "Little Frank" Krakowski join us for the weekend as he is a deep Chicago blues guitarist. You may know his playing from his excellent performances on the Willie "Big Eyes" Smith CD Way Back on the HighTone Record label, Little Frank plays regularly in the Willie "Big Eyes" Smith Blues Band and also works with Pinetop Perkins, Hubert Sumlin, and Kim Wilson. This event takes place at the Rhythm Room Phoenix, AZ; doors open at 8pm, cover charge is $6. These nights will be patio smoking only events, no indoor smoking will be permitted.

Special Thanks To The Cascade Blues Association: In the last two issues of Portland, Oregon's Cascade Blues Association Newsletter, they ran a two-part feature of commentary on the late harmonica master Paul deLay. Special thanks to president Greg Johnson for including Bob's reflections on this great bluesman in this feature.

>>>>> Bob Corritore

May









May 22nd marks the release of the new Crucial Blues series from Alligator Records but you can order yours right now! Buy all three and save!!!! Each of these budget priced releases contains at least 12 tracks of masterful blues from some of the best-known names in the genre, perfect for serious fans and newcomers alike. As with all Crucial Blues titles, these new editions contain no repeat tracks from any previous Alligator Records collections! Crucial Rockin' Blues

Highlights some of our rockin-est tracks from Coco Montoya, Johnny Winter, Lonnie Mack w/ Stevie Ray Vaughan, Shemekia Copeland, Roy Buchanan, Tinsley Ellis, The Holmes Brothers, Lil' Ed & The Blues Imperials, The Paladins, Guitar Shorty, Lee Rocker, and Dave Hole. Order CRUCIAL ROCKIN' BLUES for the low price of $7.98 (including free U.S. shipping)!!! CLICK HERE TO BUY NOW More Crucial Guitar Blues

Features more electrifying guitar performances by Albert Collins, Luther Allison, Lonnie Brooks, Elvin Bishop, Son Seals, Michael Burks, Little Charlie & The Nightcats, Roomful Of Blues, Lucky Peterson, Long John Hunter, Kenny Neal, and W.C. Clark. Order MORE CRUCIAL GUITAR BLUES for the low price of $7.98 (including free U.S. shipping)!!! CLICK HERE TO BUY NOW Crucial Acoustic Blues

Showcases dynamic acoustic performances by Kenny Neal & Billy Branch, Koko Taylor w/ Keb' Mo', Buddy Guy & Junior Wells, Cephas & Wiggins, Lonnie Mack w/ Stevie Ray Vaughan, Sonny Terry, Johnny Winter, Saffire-The Uppity Blues Women, John Jackson, Corey Harris, Carey & Lurrie Bell, Bob Margolin w/ Nappy Brown, and Johnny Jones. Order CRUCIAL ACOUSTIC BLUES for the low price of $7.98 (including free U.S. shipping)!!! CLICK HERE TO BUY NOW The Crucial Blues 3-Pack

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Valley Entertainment
RELEASE DATE: June 5, 2007
"(Eli) Cook doesn't just play exceptionally well for someone his age. He plays exceptionally well for someone of any age, in any age. He's a prodigy with enough soul in him now to match someone with years of experience, and the chops to flaunt it." ~The Hook, Charlottesville, VA

TWENTY YEAR OLD BLUESMAN ELI COOK
STEPS ONTO THE NATIONAL STAGE WITH DEBUT RELEASE


1. Terraplane Blues
2. Don’t Ride My Pony
3. Anything You Say
4. Irene
5. Miss Blues’es Child
6. Grinnin’ in Your Face
7. Goin’ Down South
8. Baby What You Want Me To Do
9. Highway Song
10. Poor Black Maddie
11. Trick Bag
12. Fixin’ to Die

Charlottesville, Virginia's best kept secret Eli Cook is about to leave home with his June 5 debut release of Miss Blues'es Child on Valley Entertainment. Paying homage to traditional delta blues and heroes such as Mississippi John Hurt and Robert Johnson, the new disc features little more than Cook's impressive guitar playing and gritty vocals. Listeners will take a double take at the CD cover when they hit the play button. The blues just aren't played like this anymore.

“I avoided a lot of twelve bar blues and went straight for the old-school, one-chord stuff, says Cook. “That's actually some of my favorite stuff, the eerie dark tunes by R.L. Burnside and Fred McDowell.” Big names to be throwing around for a twenty year old from Charlottesville, Virginia who has rarely played outside of hometown city limits.

Cook mixes up his own material with the old, down in the Delta-blues tracks. The title track sounds as if it could be a recently discovered venerable tune from a long ago era, but with a slightly updated quality. However, he's not just playing the same licks as his mentors, but adding his signature sound and style to a nearly lost art of the blues.

In addition to playing the dive bars and church revivals in his home area, Cook has graduated to opening for B.B. King and performing with African percussionist Darrell Rose at DC's Kennedy Center Millennium Stage. His own club shows are usually sold out as word of mouth continues to spread for this young blues prodigy.

Take a chance and give yourself an unexpected listening experience with Miss Blues'es Child.

Listen to:  “Miss Blues’es Child” 
www.valley-entertainment.com/real_audio/15214_TRK5.mp3
“Miss Blues’es Child” is available as a free download.

Photo ctsy Sue Stillwagon
For more information, please contact:
Sue Stillwagon
Director of Marketing
Valley Entertainment
305 W. 71st Street
New York, NY  10023
P.  212-580-9200
F. 212-580-9233
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Promotion and information material on the tour packages can be mailed out to you immediately, but for more details on the artist, the tours and the dates please also visit our website at www.bluebridge-network.com or contact us directly anytime at your convenience.

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Biscuits & Blues is proud to present ragtime bluesman Baby Gramps on Saturday, May 19th at 8pm and 10pm at the club, 401 Mason Street, San Francisco. Opening both shows will be English singer-songwriter Kyla Brox.

Tickets are $15, the show is all-ages and reservations can be made by phone at (415) 292-BLUES or online at  www.biscuitsandblues.com

A combination of busker, poet and bluesman, Baby Gramps has recently gained national attention and a spotlight on the David Letterman Show for his collaboration on a collection of pirate songs produced by Johnny Depp called "Rogue's Gallery" (Anti), a two-disc set of sea chanteys. Gramps' original track "Mermaids" opens the album and that's saying a lot: among the other contributors are Sting, Lou Reed, Lucinda Williams, Bono, a gravel-voiced Bryan Ferry, a midnight-voiced Nick Cave, a twee Van Dyke Parks and Bill Frisell with a beautiful guitar track. See and hear Gramps at www.babygramps.com.

Recent press paints Baby Gramps as a Seattle artist who interprets songs with the impatient philosophy of a deranged chef hastily preparing an unthawed game hen: as long as the meat's there, everyone should be happy at the table. His no-frills, knee-jerk attack, mixed with a staunch refusal to perform a song the same way twice, ensures the beautiful spontaneity that slips through the cracks in a Baby Gramps show. Hacking away at a National steel guitar, he performs a stylistic combination of jazz, blues, folk and sea chanteys with an unconventional singing style defined as much by what is overlooked (timbre, resonance) as what is doted on (throat singing, strange gurglings). Nobody knows exactly how old Baby Gramps is, but everyone who has seen him perform has never forgotten the experience. (North BayBohemian)

Baby Gramps performed on The Late Show with David Letterman Aug. 28, 2006 backed up by Tony Garnier (Bob Dylan's band leader and bass player), The Akron Family, and Jason Krekel from "The Mad Tea Party". He was promoting the "Rogues Gallery; Pirate Ballads, Sea Songs, and Chanteys" CD that was produced by Johnny Depp, Gore Verbinski, and Hal Willner in connection with the new "Pirates of the Caribbean" movie. He has two songs on the CD, the very first song, and the only original. On the CD he is backed up by Bill Frisell, Phillip Morgan from The Cutters, and The Akron Family. Some of the other performers on the CD are Bono, Sting, Bob Neuwirth, Bryan Ferry, Bill Frisell, Martin Carthy, Richard Thompson, Nick Cave, Loudon Wainwright III, Rufus Wainwright & Kate McGarrigle, Lucinda Williams, Three Pruned Men, and Lou Reed.

NPR (National Public Radio) All Things Considered interviewed Hal Willner Sept. 19th about "Rogues Gallery" They talked about Baby Gramps and played part of his recording of "Cape Cod Girls". You can hear itat www.npr.org.  There is also a link on the Baby Gramps website.

This past summer he was filmed for a documentary about the history of busking produced by John McEuen (Nitty Gritty Dirt Band). Other performers filmed for the movie include Dylan, Ramblin' Jack Elliot, Dave Matthews, Steve Martin, Jerry Jeff Walker, and Ani DiFranco.

For more information call Bay Area Booking at (866) 439-6483

Ed Ivey

Bluestrain
H. Willi Zscharnack
Krefelder Weg 22
D-47906 Kempen

Tel.: +49-2152-899506
Mail: [email protected]
www.bluestrain.de

OCTAVIA, Photo ctsy Bert Harte
Harpplayer gibt es wie Sand am Meer. Aber keine wie Octavia. Diese außergewöhnliche Künstlerin kommt vom 17.09. – 30.09.2007 auf Tour nach Europa. Vor einigen Jahren war sie bereits 2 Jahre auf Dauertour durch Großbritannien unterwegs.

Kurzinfo

Wann war das letzte Mal das Sie gemeine Harmonika mit ungewöhnlich langen Tönen gehört haben, emotionsgeladenen powervollen Gesang und Gitarre mit flinken Fingern statt Plektron gespielt und das alles von einer Frau?

Geboren und aufgewachsen in Philadelphia PA. fing
Octavia im Alter von fünf Jahren an Gitarre zu lernen und 1966 kam dann die Harmonika dazu. Octavia machte ihren Abschluß als Maler und Bildhauer an der Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts.

Octavia ist Blues und Jazzmusikerin, Sängerin, Songwriter die auf den Bühnen der Welt zu Hause ist.

Mit ihrer Harp Technik erreicht Sie Töne, die selten von anderen Harpespielern ertönen. Octavia erstaunt ihr Publikum, wenn sie einen Ton unendlich lange hält … und zwar live! Mehrere Konzert Reviews erwähnen dies respektvoll, und man kann es hören in “Cold Day in Hell”, dem dritten Track von Octavias dritter CD “Down In The Hollow”

Ihre außergewöhnliche Musik spricht für sich.

Für weitere Infos und Booking hat
Bluestrain Music Management eine spezielle Infoline eingerichtet und zwar unter:
Bert Harte
Bluestrotter Facilities

Achtmaalseweg 103
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+31 653146650
www.bluestrotter.com
email: [email protected]
Herzliche Grüße vom Niederrhein

Willi
Bluestrain Music Management

Bo Diddley and Bob Corritore
(Photo by Jim Wells - 1998)

ctsy Bob


















Rhythm Room All-Stars
Sam Lay, Tempest Studios



May 17, 2007

Bo Diddley Health Update: This just in from the Associated Press, 7:30 pm Thursday, May 17, 2007: OMAHA, Neb. (AP) Four days after suffering a stroke, Bo Diddley walked around the intensive-care unit at Creighton University Medical Center, and doctors were encouraged that the singer-song writer-guitarist would be able to perform again, his manager said. The 78-year-old Diddley told his audience that he wasn't feeling well during a show in Council Bluffs, Iowa, on Saturday night. Diddley's manager, Margo Lewis, said she had the Rock and Roll Hall of Famer taken to the hospital by ambulance when he appeared disoriented at the Omaha airport on Sunday. Though Diddley's speech is impaired, he's made significant progress.


May 17, 2007

>>>>> Bo Diddley Hospitalized: This just in: Blues and Rock & Roll legend Bo Diddley is in intensive care after suffering a stroke, following a performance in Council Bluffs, Iowa. The AOL entertainment site has this information posted as of this morning:

"Veteran singer and songwriter Bo Diddley is in intensive care after suffering a stroke. The 78-year-old guitarist and Rock and Roll Hall of Famer was said to be in a "guarded" condition at Creighton University Medical Centre in Omaha, Nebraska, said Susan Clary, a publicist for the musician's management team. Diddley, who has a history of hypertension and diabetes, was taken to hospital on Sunday following a concert in Council Bluffs, Iowa, in which he became disoriented, she said. Tests indicated that the stroke affected the left side of his brain, impairing his speech and speech recognition. Clary said she has no other details on Diddley's condition, or how long he would be in intensive care. Diddley, with his black glasses and low-slung guitar, has been an icon in the music industry since he topped the R&B charts with "Bo Diddley" in 1955. His other hits include "Who Do You Love", "Before You Accuse Me", "Mona" and "I'm a Man". Diddley was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1987, and was given a lifetime achievement Grammy in 1998."

Bo Diddley's impact on the world of blues and rock and roll cannot be overstated. Bob Corritore has had a long history with Bo Diddley. Bob regularly organized back-up bands for and performed with Bo when he was coming into Phoenix for concert dates during the 80s and 90s. Bo Diddley also made a guest appearance on Bob Corritore's All-Star Blues Sessions on HighTone Records (a 1999 CD release), where Bo contributed a zesty remake of his classic "Little Girl". Let's hope and pray for a speedy and full recovery for this musical icon whose famous songs are so close to our hearts.

To access Bo Diddley's website, click here.

Here are some links to some photos of Bo that are on Bob's website:

Bo Diddley and Bob in the studio: click here

Bo in Performance: click here

Bo and Bob performing at the Mason Jar in 1990: click here

Bo Diddley in session (without hat): click here

>>>>> Bob Corritore

Northern California
Blues Festival - June 16, 2007

The Sacramento Blues Society Hosts
A Blues Festival Benefit

Fair Oaks, California on June 16, 2007. The Sacramento Blues Society in partnership with Creative Cats and Contact Mortgage is hosting and presenting the
"Northern California Blues Festival"

featuring:
Joe Louis Walker, Chris Cain, The Shane Dwight Blues Band, The Lara Price Band, Strictly For Kicks and The Steve Foster Band.











































This will be a benefit to support the "Through The Mind" program. A non-profit program providing free alternative mental health services to our war veterans.
(click on the NCBFest logo for ticket & up-to- date information)

>> Northern California Blues Festival
>> Saturday, June 16, 2007
>> Fair Oaks Park
>> 11549 Fair Oaks Blvd.
>> Fair Oaks, CA 95628
>> (916) 924-3836
>> Noon - 10:00 PM
>> Great Food, Arts & Crafts, Kids Games & Face Painting, Beer & Wine and more!
>> All Ages Welcome

Ticket Prices:

>> VIP Seating: $40.00 (limited availability)
>> General Admission: $20.00 (pre-pay online)
>> General Admission: $25.00 (at the gate)
>> Blues Society Members: $15.00 (valid card)
>> Seniors 55+, Youth 11 - 18 yrs., Students (with ID): $15.00
>> Children 10 yrs. & under: FREE

Joe Louis Walker
Multiple Grammy & WC Handy Award winner, Joe Louis Walker is one of the most heralded blues artists of our time. JLW is a true powerhouse guitar virtuoso, unique singer & prolific songwriter who has toured the world religiously throughout his career and earned himself a legion of dedicated fans around the globe. He has recorded with the likes of BB King, James Cotton, Bonnie Raitt, Taj Mahal, Huey Lewis, Branford Marsalis, Steve Cropper, Shemekia Copeland & Ike Turner, with a discography that counts 18 solo albums, 2 live DVD's, and countless compilations and guest appearances.

Still recording & touring with a vengeance, JLW is already being referred to within the blues world as a "living legend." However, as Walker himself would say, "the best is yet to come!"

Chris Cain
Chris Cain's jazz-tinged, blues soaked guitar and deep, warm vocals have the maturity and authenticity of bluesmen many years his senior. His expressive style is the result of a lifetime of study and the relentless pursuit of music mastery. His passion and intensity are a blend of his mother's Greek ancestry and his father's soulful black heritage.

Through his guitar mastery and remarkable songwriting ability, Chris Cain has established himself as a musical force to be reckoned with. And as San Jose Mercury News music reviewer John Orr writes, "more than anyone else, anywhere, Chris Cain represents the future of the blues."

Shane Dwight Blues Band
In the past 5 years Shane and his band have performed over 1000 shows and has become a Northern California fan favorite. From the MAIN STAGE at the Monterey Blues Festival, to the Main Stage at the Florida "Springing the Blues" Festival, from the Portland Waterfront Blues Festival to the San Diego Blues Festival the band has covered hundreds of festivals. From National television to national radio the bands' CD's have been played on over 220 radio stations worldwide.

The future is bright and the band is excited about the prospects to come!

The Lara Price Band
The Lara Price Band features an All American singer with a sultry stage presence and a voice that demands you're attention - smoky, lonely, sexy, and powerful. It's no wonder her music transcends the blues and crosses a line into music that is unequivocally superb.

The band also features one of the best up & coming guitarist, Ms. Laura Chavez. The band represented the Sacramento Blues Society in the International Blues Challenge held in Memphis, Tennessee this last February.

Strictly For Kicks
Sacramento Blues Society "Band Member" and local favorite, Strictly For Kicks, return for their third appearance at this festival!

Clark Bishop (guitar/vocal/front-man), Jason Haxton (bass), Dirk Van Stralen (lead guitar) and Harry "The Baum" Baumgardner (drums) perform with energy, charisma, talent, and a strong and loyal following.

The Steve Foster Band
The Steve Foster Band is a high energy trio that delivers a top-notch performance every time they take the stage. Mr. Foster sings and plays in a gutsy, fiery style that evokes memories of the best blues/rock stars of days gone by. His honest, no nonsense presentation is a delight to fans of both blues and rock music. Audiences delight in Steve's world class slide guitar skills.

Steve, along with Steve Boutte (bass & vocals) and Skip Murphy (drums) are the host band for the weekly SacBlues Pro Jam at Louie's Lounge in Rancho Cordova.

About Sacramento Blues Society
The Sacramento Blues Society (SBS) is a 501 ( c ) 3 nonprofit organization formed to preserve and promote blues music as an art form.


The Sacramento Blues Society is one of the oldest blues societies in California founded 1979. The SBS has kept the blues tradition alive in the Sacramento area by promoting the local blues music scene, bringing international renowned artists to the region, and is an afilliated member of The Blues Foundation. We provide educational opportunities for young people with our "Blues In The Schools" program.
Sacramento Blues Society
Willie Brown
President
email: [email protected]
phone: 916-443-9212
DELMARK DOINGS – May





Kevin Johnson
Director of Promotion
Delmark Records
4121 North Rockwell
Chicago, Illinois 60618
www.delmark.com
(773) 539-5001

I just returned from Memphis where I had the pleasure and great honor representing Delmark at the National Blues Music Awards held in May.  Although we didn't return home to Chicago with first place "Handys" in our hands, we had an absolute blast meeting many great blues folk and experiencing a dizzying array of outstanding traditional and contemporary blues from around the country.

The charismatic and lovely Zora Young, up for traditional female artist of the year, put on a powerful and moving performance of her fantastic original song "Toxic!" from "Tore Up From The Floor Up" (DE 784) backed by our talented friends Nick Moss and the Flip Tops with Eddie Taylor, Jr.  Delmark's two highly acclaimed mid '70's live club recordings from Chicago's WXRT UnConcert series, Otis Rush's "Live at Wise Fools Pub" (DE 781) and Junior Wells' "Live at Theresa's" (DE 787) had stiff competition from the John Lee Hooker box set in the historical album of the year category.  Stay tuned for more exciting Delmark releases from this UnConcert series of live Chicago club dates from the seventies!  Two of the legends of that thrilling "Chicago West Side sound" that we all love will make your "soul fixed" by the "master of menacing tone."

Speaking of Chicago blues guitar heroes and the BMA's, a special shout out to our dear friend Lurrie Bell, who was up for guitarist of the year (the outerspace guitar of Hubert Sumlin triumphed.)  Please keep Lurrie in your thoughts and heartfelt prayers in that he has had a devastatingly tough year, losing his long time companion Susan Greenberg and now recently his father, Carey Bell.  Lurrie is doing amazingly well, grateful for his worldwide friends and fans, and especially the music!  Delmark is especially proud and excited about our spankin' new release on DVD and CD from Carey and Lurrie Bell, Getting Up (DVD 1791/DE 791), which was recorded last summer from Rosa's Lounge, Buddy Guy's Legends, and an informal home session at Lurrie's home.  This has got to some of the deepest, most emotional blues you can experience anywhere!  Lurrie pleads "Stand By Me, Lord, help me bear this heavy load"- Amen, Lurrie!

The world renowned Chicago Blues Fest will be happening soon in June with another stellar line up of local and national heavies, including Delmark artists Jimmy Dawkins (June 7, Petrillo), Magic Slim (June 9, Petrillo), Sunnyland Slim tribute with Steve Freund, Bob Stroger, Kenny Smith, Big Time Sarah (June 10, Petrillo), Ken Saydak, Dave Specter with Aron Burton, Aaron Moore , Lurrie Bell, Little Arthur Duncan, Eddie Shaw, and much more!  Make sure you head on over to the clubs after the Fest to catch Little Arthur and the Back Scratchers with special guests, like Little Al Thomas, at Reynold's Lounge at 938 E. 75th on June 9th, as well as Byther Smith, Michael Coleman, Jimmy Johnson, Jimmy Burns, and more at Buddy Guy's Legends!  A special thanks for all of the fantastic airplay and press for the recent Jimmy Burns release, Live at B.L.U.E.S (DE 789/DVD 1789.)

The first ever live release from the Chicago Underground nucleus of Rob Mazurek and Chad Taylor, Chronicle (DVD 1573, DE 573) is Delmark's most ambitious and visually/sonically stimulating DVD yet- "one of the most compelling jazz teams to come from the Chicago scene in the past few decades."- Dusty Groove.  Look for Rob Mazurek to perform at this year's Chicago Jazz Festival where the DVD will also be shown!!  Keefe Jackson's Fast Citizens (Ready Everyday, DE 571) will be performing at the Jazz Fest, as well as Von Freeman, Bill McFarland and the Chicago Horns, Ernest Dawkins (in a salute to Jimmy Ellis), and many more greats.  Make sure you head on over to Fred Anderson's Velvet Lounge to catch the most exciting live jazz in the city.

Kahil El' Zabar's recent release, Ethnic Heritage Ensemble's "Hot 'N' Heavy, Live at the Ascension Loft" is just what the title says and features an all star cast of Corey Wilkes, Ernest Dawkins, and Fareed Haque -"ancient rhythms coupled with forward looking improvisers have made the EHE one of Chicago's jazz treasures for more than a quarter century"- All Music Guide.   Kahil's newest release, Transmigration, (DE 576) is a wild live show with the 39 piece Infinity Orchestra from Bordeaux, France, along with friends, Ernest Dawkins and Joseph Bowie.

Looking ahead to our next DVD/CD recording, we are excited about documenting the Ari Brown Quartet at the world famous Green Mill on June 22, 23. On June 23rd, we will have a very special guest on "electric mud" guitar, Pete Cosey!!  Ari Brown and Pete Cosey are two of the greatest unsung heroes on the Chicago music scene, and we are thrilled about this much anticipated event for a future Delmark release.

A very heartfelt thanks goes out to our friends at Illinois Entertainer magazine who featured Delmark recently after spending a day at the Delmark and Riverside studios finding out how this little ol' family run label has stayed busy for almost 55 years documenting talented jazz and blues artists.

http://illinoisentertainer.com/2007/04/27/indie-label-month-inside-delmark/print

Kevin Johnson

Carey Bell RIP 1936-2007
We miss you Carey, Bonnie Lee, Willie Kent, Lockwood, Malachi Thompson...the list goes on, unfortunately. GO out and experience live music from the living legends!!

May Pinetop Perkins DVD Release Show
Betsie Brown
Director
Crows Feet Productions LLC
Email: [email protected]
Tel: 901.278.6850
Fax: 901.276.6149
Post Office Box 40045
Memphis, Tennessee 38174
www.crowsfeet.biz

Born In The Honey ~ The Pinetop Perkins Story

When: Thursday, May 24, 2007 @ 8 p.m.
(Doors 7 p.m.)

Where: Antone’s, 213 W. 5th Street, Austin,
TX 78701, 512.320.8424, www.antones.net

Charge: $12 GA, $30 for reserved seats, www.antones.net

Information: www.pinetopperkins.com, www.vizztone.com

Special Guests: Pinetop will be joined by Hubert Sumlin, Gary Clark Jr., Chris Layton, Scott Nelson, Riley Osborn and Buddy Flett.


Bob Margolin and Big Joe Duskin
Photo ctsy Bob Corritore











































































Rhythm Room All-Stars
Sam Lay, Tempest Studios






















May 15, 2007

>>>>> What a week: After an amazingly busy week filled with travel back and forth to Memphis, the 2007 Blues Music Awards, the Delta Groove Revue, three recording sessions (one with Diunna Greenleaf and the Bob Margolin Band and two with Tomcat Courtney), a photo shoot, a radio interview, and gigs with Bob Margolin with Diunna Greenleaf, Big Pete Pearson, and Tomcat Courtney, we finally can settle down enough to resume the newsletter.

>>>>> Big Joe Duskin passes: Cincinnati Blues pianist and vocalist Big Joe Duskin left us on Sunday, May 8, 2007. We found out about this after we sent out the notice of Carey Bell's passing (Big Joe and Carey passed away on the same day), and we were unable to send out a news blast in a timely fashion, as we were preparing for travel. For a complete bio on Big Joe Duskin, please refer to the Yellow Dog Records web site by clicking here. Bob had the pleasure of sitting next to Big Joe in 2005 at the Hall Of Fame dinner the night before the Handy Awards (now called Blues Music Awards). Click here to see a photo of Big Joe at that event.

>>>>> Last Week's Trip To Memphis: After flying in Tuesday night, Kim and I settled into our room at the Memphis Marriott in preparation of the busy week ahead. We started our activities Wednesday with a lunch at Automatic Slim's with our friend Steve Simon, best known as the person behind the St. John Blues Festival in the Virgin Islands, and also a board member of the Blues Foundation. Afterwards, we stopped in to the Blues Foundation office to say "hi" to Executive Director Jay Sieleman. Then, we headed back to the hotel, where the lobby seemed to be the hangout. That night we attended the Charter Members Dinner, which was also the awards presentation for the Blues Hall Of Fame. As was typical of the entire trip, this was a great reunion of longtime blues friends, and an introduction to some new ones. The event was hosted by blues radio heroes Bob Porter and Bill Wax, who were consummate emcees. The night featured memorable speeches by inductees Bobby Blue Bland, Dave Bartholomew, Dr. John, Dick Waterman, Scott Dirks, Ward Gaines, and Mark Carpentieri. We sat with Bob Auerbach (of HighJohn Records) and Johnny Tucker on one side of us, and Pat Morgan and Pinetop Perkins on the other. It was also great to see Mary Lockwood (Robert Jr.'s widow), who we had not seen since the funeral (though we have kept in touch by phone). It was especially exciting to see our close friend Scott Dirks (along with Ward Gaines) accept the award for Classics of Blues Literature for the Little Walter biography, Blues With A Feeling. Click here for a complete list of all the Blues Hall Of Fame inductees from this year's event.

The next morning began with a photo shoot for the new Dave Riley and Bob Corritore CD, which will be called Travelin' The Dirt Road, and will be out later this year on Blue Witch Records. Dave said he knew a pretty little dirt road just 20 minutes outside of Memphis in Walls, Mississippi (just before Tunica). Jen Taylor and Scott Allen were the photographers, and Dave was cracking us all up with his rowdy humor. From there, we went back to the hotel, where we attended a press conference for this year's nominees. It was especially great to see so many of our close friends up there on the nominees panel (Willie "Big Eyes" Smith, Bob Stroger, Janiva Magness, and on and on). Please note that while all this is going on, you could not get from one place to the other without saying hello to at least 20 people (the mark of a great party gathering). Then, Big Pete and I enjoyed a half-hour interview with Charlie Hussey for his radio program called Blues Train in Dublin, Ireland, Then, it was off to the Blues Music Awards, a wild marathon party where people from all parts of the industry gather (artists, promoters, club owners, publicists, labels, radio show hosts, journalists, festivals, managers, producers and, most importantly, fans). The night was filled with award presentations, speeches, live music by every sub-genre in the blues and a memorial section. We sat at the table with Big Pete Pearson, Candye Kane, Bill Stuve, and others which was a blast. Dave Riley was also in attendance. It was great to see all the respect and recognition that Big Pete was shown as a result of his current release I'm Here Baby, on Blue Witch Records In this year's memorial section our fallen heroes were remembered with a slide presentation. It was sad to say goodbye to so many including Floyd Dixon, Robert Lockwood, Jr., Carey Bell, Big Joe Duskin, Homesick James, Henry Townsend, Tina Mayfield, Jessie Mae Hemphill, Ruth Brown, Ahmet Ertegun, Paul deLay, Clifford Antone, H-Bomb Ferguson, and our beloved Chico Chism (who was the final goodbye in the presentation). Among the highlight performances that night. a rowdy, sexy show-stopper by Bobby Rush complete with his big-booty dancing girls, a touching ballad by Irma Thomas backed by Marcia Ball on the piano, a deep country blues performance by John Long, a stompin' set of Chicago Blues by Lil' Ed and the Blues Imperials, A tight soul revue led by The Jackie Payne/Steve Edmondson Band with guests Johnny Rawls, Sugar Pie DeSanto, Frankie Lee, and more, a great harmonica romp with Mark Hummel, Kim Wilson, Willie "Big Eyes" Smith, Johnny Dyer, Mitch Kashmar, and Magic Dick, a great Chicago blues set by Nick Moss & The Fliptops with guests Zora Young, Eddie Taylor Jr., and many more. The big winner of the night was Charlie Musslewhite, who took home four awards. Robert Lockwood, Jr. won Traditional Blues Male Artist Of The Year, and Mary Lockwood was there to receive it. Willie "Big Eyes" Smith got Best Blues Drummer, Eddie Shaw got Best Blues Horn player, Hubert Sumlin got best blues guitar, and Mookie Brill got the Blues Bass award. Lil' Ed and the Blues Imperials received the Best Blues Bands award. It was great to see my friend Janiva Magness win Contemporary Blues Female Artist Of the Year for the second year in a row. To see a complete list of winners click here. The 2007 Blues Music Awards was a memorable and historic night. Special thanks to The Blues Foundation's Executive Director Jay Sieleman, and everyone who works behind the scenes to put on this event.

The next day was all about the Second Annual Delta Groove All-Star Blues Revue. The event was sub-titled "West Coast Meets Chicago", as it combined the roster of artists from Delta Groove Music with that of Blue Bella Records out of Chicago (run by Nick and Kate Moss). Delta Groove chief Randy Chortkoff and his team put together a well organized, musically amazing showcase that include non-stop great performances from start to finish (all tough, no fluff). The event was co-hosted by Bill Wax, of XM Satellite Radio’s Bluesville Station and Brett Flemming of WEVL 89.9 (Memphis). This was a player's event and Big Pete Pearson and I were honored to be among the great list of featured performers which also included The Mannish Boys (with the all star lineup of Finis Tasby, Johnny Dyer, Kid Ramos, Paris Slim, Bobby Jones, Kirk Fletcher, Tom Leavey, Richard Innes, Leon Blue, and Randy Chortkoff who played some great Jimmy Reed-style harp in the set). Nick Moss & The Fliptops with guests Eddie Taylor Jr. and Bill Lupkin (former Jimmy Rogers harp player), The Hollywood Blue Flames (featuring killer harp by Big Al Blake, the legendary Larry Taylor on bass, and a great unscheduled appearance by Kim Wilson), Mitch Kashmar (playing masterful, definitive West Coast harmonica), Kilborn Alley Blues Band, Johnny Long, and The Jackie Payne/Steve Edmondson Band. So many great harmonica players were in the audience of this event, including Memphis kingpin Billy Gibson, Scott Dirks, Manu from the French blues band Malted Milk, R.J. Mischo, Dave Gonzalez (Chicago Blues Angels), and more. It was also great to see my dear friend Wesley Race at this event. Big Pete and I were given prime time as we ended The Mannish Boys' set, with two well-received numbers, complete with top-notch backing. Thanks to Randy, Frank, Josh, Kate, Nick, and everyone at Delta Groove and Blue Bella for their kindness and generosity in allowing us on this fantastic show. For a look at this event's show poster now up in the photo section of www.bobcorritore.com, click here. Photos from the showcase, as well as the Blues Music Awards, will be added to the website soon!

>>>>> Chief Schabuttie Gilliame Health Update: The Chief is still hospitalized, but is slowly recovering. He was transferred from Phoenix Baptist Hospital to the Arizona Heart Institute, where he is getting more specific help and will hopefully be released later this week. Chief Schabuttie Gilliame suffered a heart attack with complications from a respiratory infection a few weeks ago. A thank you goes out to the many musicians and fans, and to organizer Tommy Grills, who participated in a fundraiser for Chief last Sunday at the Rhythm Room.

>>>>> Press Recognition: Thanks to Blues Revue Magazine, whose latest issue (June/July) includes glowing reviews of Big Pete Pearson's I'm Here Baby on Blue Witch Records (by Eric Thom) and Chico Chism's West Side Chicago Blues Party (by Michael Cala), as well as remembering Paul deLay and Chico Chism in their obituary section (by Kenneth Bays). Thanks also to the always supportive Blueswax (a great on-line blues magazine) for numerous mentions. Thanks to Vicente "Harmonica" Zumel, who has been featuring Big Pete on his radio show. Look for a forthcoming interview with Big Pete Pearson in Living Blues Magazine.

>>>>> Lil' Ed Photo Page Added: Check out the new photo page featuring Bob's dear friend Lil' Ed, who is the nephew of the legendary J.B. Hutto. This page includes photos of Ed with Willie Dixon, Koko Taylor, H-Bomb Ferguson, Albert Collins, and more, as well as candid shots of Ed that highlight his fun-loving personality. Also included is photo of Ed embracing his lovely wife, Pam, on their wedding day. Special thanks to Kelly Littleton (Ed's great drummer) for sharing some of his great photos. To see this page, click here.

>>>>> John Németh and Junior Watson to appear Friday at the Rhythm Room: Check out our friends John Németh and Junior Watson this Friday, May 18, 2007 at the Rhythm Room. They will surely deliver a great set of top-notch traditional blues and R&B. John's new CD, Magic Touch on Blind Pig, has been getting glowing reviews. Doors open at 8pm, cover charge is $9. In compliance with A.R.S. § 36-601.01., in effect 1 May 2007, this will be a patio smoking only event; no indoor smoking will be permitted.

>>>>> Big Pete Pearson to open for Buddy Guy this Sunday at the Mesa Arts Center: Fans of Chicago Blues Legend Buddy Guy will be treated Phoenix Blues Legend Big Pete Pearson who will open the show in a duet setting with guitarist Mike Howard. The event is at the Mesa Arts Center on Sunday, May 20, 2007 at 7:30pm. Tickets may be purchased by clicking here.

>>>>> Big Pete Pearson CD now available from KJZZ: You can now pick up Big Pete Pearson's I'm Here Baby online from www.kjzz.org by clicking here. Sales support the station. Other Bob Corritore-produced CD available from KJZZ are the Blues On My Radio CD, and The Reed Family Album - Blood Harmony: A Cappella.

This Week on Bob's Blues Radio Show: Featured this week on Bob's radio show, Those Lowdown Blues on KJZZ-91.5FM, will be an extensive tribute to the legendary Chicago blues harmonica master Carey Bell. Note that last week's show was pre-recorded in advance to allow the trip to Memphis, so it did not reflect the recent passings. Carey Bell's music as a frontman and a sideman will be included throughout the show, with last hour being completely devoted to highlights of this stunning artist's huge body of recorded work. Also featured will be a tribute to the late Big Joe Duskin, some reflections on the Blues Music Awards, as well as the music of the late Chico Chism, who would have been 80 years old on May 23, 2007 (A musical birthday tribute to Chico happens May 23, 2007 at the Rhythm Room with many special guests).

>>>>> Bob Corritore

May
2007/2008 program:














BRIAN TEMPLETON BLUES BAND
http://www.feelingoodproductions.com/brian_templeton_agency.html
available from the first to the 14th of October 2007
presenting his new fantastic double CD Live recorded in march 2007
R.J. MISCHO BLUES BAND
http://www.feelingoodproductions.com/r_j_mischo.html
available from the 29th october to the 18th of November 2007
DENNIS JONES BLUES POWER TRIO
http://www.feelingoodproductions.com/dennis_jones_country_jazz.html
available the 3th to the 16th of December 2007
Blues Legend
SONNY RHODES BLUES BAND
http://www.feelingoodproductions.com/sonny_rhodes_blues.html
available from the 14th to the 27th of January 2008
GAIL MULDROW
http://www.feelingoodproductions.com/gail_muldrow_blues.html
available from the 18th of February to the 16th of March 2008
presenting the new two CD recorded in June 2007
EUGENE HIDEAWAY BRIDGES BLUES BAND
http://www.feelingoodproductions.com/eugene_hideaway_bridges_blues.html
available from the 7th to the 20th of April 2008
presenting the new CD and DVD

 For any further information and details, please feel free to contact us, in order to discuss the possibility of scheduling dates, glad to cooperate with you for the most successful engagement.

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Bluestrain
H. Willi Zscharnack
Krefelder Weg 22
D-47906 Kempen

Tel.: +49-2152-899506
Mail: [email protected]
www.bluestrain.de

Hallo Sissy & Fritz,

Bluestrain gibt bekannt, das wir ab sofort mit Markma Music in der Schweiz eine
Zusammenarbeit vereinbart haben.
Markma Booking wird in der Schweiz und Österreich das Booking für die Bluestrain Künstler unterstützen bzw. übernehmen und Bluestrain anderseits wiederum für die Künstler von Markma in Deutschland und Benelux.

Nach der erfolgreichen Tour von Eddie Turner im März diesen Jahres, läuft nunmehr die Planung für die Herbsttour 2007 für diesen aussergewöhnlichen Künstler.
Die vorgesehenen Termine sind von Mitte Oktober bis Mitte November 2007.
Österreich und die Schweiz sind für den Zeitraum vom 05.11. bis 11.11.07 geplant, können aber auf Wunsch auch verlängert bzw. der Beginn um einige Tage nach vorne oder nach hinten verlegt werden.

Herzliche Grüße vom Niederrhein

Willi
Bluestrain Music Management
SCHEDULE

May





Ms Wilder can be reached at this web address
by writing to:
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see more at:
www.patwilderlive.com

Pat Wilder's Blues Experience
INTRODUCING: "Lady Guitar"

Pat "Lady Guitar" Wilder, rhythm and blues native of San Francisco, Ca. Started her career studying classical piano and guitar at the San Francisco School of Music. She studied performing arts and guitar at San Francisco City College.

Pat Wilder has worked with major artist like John Lee Hooker Jr., Archie Hooker, Angela Bofill, Taj Mahal, Alvin Youngblood, Four Non-Blondes, a funky session with the Red Hot Chilly Peppers and Finis Tabsy one of the Universal Studio B.B. King Blues Band.

Pat "Lady Guitar" Wilder and the Blues Experience performed several of the big festivals in San Francisco bay area with some of the classic big blues artists like Sugar Pie Desantos, Jimmy McCrackling, Faye Carole, Bobby Webb, Big Bones, Patrice DeArmon of the Pride and Joy band Lady Bianca, Rankin Scroo Reggae Band and many more.

Lady Guitar Wilder has this funky smooth guitar lead and rhythm sound and her voice strong and raunchy.
(www.myownmusic.net/patwilder/)


MAY 2007
Saturday 5/19/2007 8 - 12 pm
Pat Wilder and Billy Dunn
Sausalito Cruisin' Club
300 Napa Street
Sausalito, CA
www.sausalitocruisingclub.com

JUNE 2007

Saturday 6/9/2007 9 pm - 1 am
Pat Wilder and Serious Business
Lou's Pier 47
300 Jefferson Street
San Francisco, CA
www.louspier47.com

Wednesday 6/13/2007 9:00 pm
Kenny Neal and Pat Wilder Unplugged
Neal's Place (TV Interview) All invited
Media Center
900 San Antonio Rd.
Palo Alto, Ca
www.communitycenter.net

Friday 6/15/2007 8 pm - 12 am
Pat Wilder and Serious Business
CD Release Party
Eli's Mile High Club
3629 Martin Luther King Jr. Way
Oakland, CA
www.oaklandmilehigh.com

Saturday 6/30/2007 12 pm - 3 pm
Pat Wilder and Serious Business
Lou's Pier 47
300 Jefferson Street
San Francisco, CA
www.louspier47.com

May

NEW GIGS Coming Up
THE LOST LEGENDS
featuring: Freddie Roulette, Michael Borbridge, Eugene Huggins, Chris Planas & Michael Warren

Lost Legends
Tac Club in Crockett
Sat - May 19th 2007
9:15pm - 12:30AM

May 20th 2007
Freddie Roulette & Friends
at Pier 23
in San Francisico
4-8pm

Freddie Roulette Band
11th Annual
"Community Outside Concert"
Concord, CA
May 31th 2007
6:30pm-8:30pm

Lost Legends of the Blues
Biscuits & Blues
June 14th 2007
401 Mason Street
San Francisco, CA 94102
(415) 292-BLUES
Times: 8-9:30PM 10-11:30PM
$10 Cover
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die aktuellen Tourdaten einiger unserer Artists verbunden mit der Bitte um Beachtung und Veröffentlichung.
Vielen Dank.



Paul Reddick

Lubos Bena

Rita Chiarelli


Jan Preston

Sean Carney

Teeny Tucker

Carlos del Junco
Wes Mackey

Bugs Henderson
Paul Reddick (CAN) Trio -pre-war Blues/Americana
BlueBridge Network International - [email protected]
Tour 26.04. - 07.05.07 - EUROPE
26.04. Leverkusen (D), Topos
27.04. Ensisheim (F), Caf Conc
28.04. Ensisheim (F), Caf Conc
30.04. Twist (D), Heimathaus
01.05. D - Media
03.05. Brussels (B), Nekkersdal
04.05. Cauville (F), Le Soubock
05.05. Lausanne (CH), Taco´s Bar
06.05. Rüthi (CH), Grütli - The Club
07.05. Ingolstadt (D), Bluesfestival Ingolstadt


T. Rogers (HUN) - Joy´n´ Blues
BlueBridge Network International - [email protected]

18.05. Huy (B), Le Chez Nous ...more dates tbc soon.

Lubos Bena (SK) - Resophonic-Delta-Blues - solo/duo
BlueBridge Network International - [email protected]
18.05. Jaslovské Bohunice (SK), Artklub Amfikbar
19.05. Skalica (SK), Trdlofest
10.06. Liege (B), L´Aquilone
23. + 24.06. Radimov (SK), Sopa Festival
30.06. Kremnica (SK), Vinotéka Biely Bocian
14.07. Bílina (CZ), Blues na Kyselce
28. + 29.07. Bohunice (SK), Fest Dobre Bohunice
17.08. Skalica (SK), Potocna ulica
24. - 26.08. Plzen (CZ), Resophonic Festival
13.09. Skalica (SK), KD ...more dates tbc soon
.

Rita Chiarelli (CAN) - acoustic Blues duo
in co-operation with Urban World/CZ - www.urbanworld.cz
BlueBridge Network International - [email protected]
Tour 30.05. - 03.06.07
03.06. Saarbrücken (D), Festival ...more dates tbc soon. 

Dr. David Evans (USA) feat. - acoustic Memphis Delta Blues - 
BlueBridge Network International - [email protected]
Tour 19. - 29.07.2007 - EUROPE
25.07. Cognac (F), Blues Passions Festival
26.07. Cognac (F), Blues Passions Festival
27.07. Cognac (F), Blues Passions Festival
28.07. Cognac (F), Blues Passions Festival

Jan Preston (AUS) - Queen of Boogie Piano- solo
BlueBridge Network International - [email protected]
Tour 13.09. - 07.10.2007 - EUROPE
15.09. Cauville (F), Le Soubock
21.09. F - tbc
22.09. Lausanne (CH), Taco´s Bar
23.09. CH - tbc
27.09. DK - tba
28.09. Dessau (D), Maasters of Boogie - tbc
29.09. Schortens (D), Fair Cafe
01.10. Preetz (D), Kirche
02.10. Berlin (D), Recordings - tbc
03.10. Berlin (D), Recordings - tbc
05.10. D - tbc
06.10. Frauental (A), Bluegarage

Sean Carney Band feat. Teeny Tucker (USA) - Westcoast Rhythm´n´Blues
BlueBridge Network International - [email protected]
Tour 25.06. - 02.07.2007 - FRANCE/ITALY
29.06. Carpentras (F), Cour principale de l´Hotel Dieu
Tour 18.10. - 04.11.2007 - EUROPE
18.10. Menen (B), CC de Steiger
19.10. Saint Saulve (F), MJC Espace Athena
20.10. Paris(Tremblay) (F), Espace JR Caussimon
21.10. Paris (F), tbc
22.10. Oupeye (B), Château d'Oupeye
25.10. Eutin (D), Alte Mühle
26.10. DK - tbc
27.10. Eslöv (S), Eslöv Blues Festival
03.11. Wetzikon (CH), Scala Blues Festival
04.11. CH - tbc


Carlos del Junco (CAN) & Band - multi-award winner - harmonica world-champion
BlueBridge Network International - [email protected]
Tour 28.06. - 08.07.2007 - SCANDINAVIA
in co-operation with Blueprint Prod./S - www.blueprintsweden.com
29.06. Göteborg (S), Göteborg Blues Party
30.06. Umea/Droskan (S), Umea Blues Festival
01.07. Stockholm (S), Akkurat
06.07. Amal (S), Amal Blues Festival
Tour 26.10. - 11.11.2007 - EUROPE
27.10. Bristol (UK), Harmonica Festival
28.10. Bristol (UK), Harmonica Festival
31.10. Trossingen (D), master-class workshop
01.11. Trossingen (D), master-class workshop
02.11. Trossingen (D), master-class workshop
03.11. Trossingen (D), Kesselhaus
04.11. Trossingen (D), master-class workshop
04.11. CH ... as special guest - tbc
06.11. Ulm (D), Charivari
08.11. Velden (A), Bluesiana - tbc
09.11. Vienna (A), Reigen Club Festival
10.11. Budapest (HUN), Harmonica Festival
11.11. Frauental (A), Bluegarage - tbc

Wes Mackey (USA) & Band - Swing-Blues from South Carolina
BlueBridge Network International - [email protected]
Tour 15.11. - 25.11.2007 - EUROPE
16.11. Carvin (F), Townhall
18.11. F - tbc
20.11. F - tbc
23.11. Eutin (D), Alte Mühle
25.11. CH - tbc


Bugs Henderson & The Shuffle Kings (USA) - Texas Roots-Blues
BlueBridge Network International - [email protected]
Tour 13.03. - 06.04.2008 - EUROPE
13.03.08 Mechernich (D), Burg Satzvey
14.03.08 Ilten (D), Soundcheck
15.03.08 Tiel (NL), Schouburg Agnietenhof - An Evening with the Blues
16.03.08 Schortens (D), Fair Cafe
19.03.08 Arnstadt (D), Jungfer
20.03.08 Eutin (D), Alte Mühle
21.03.08 Zwolle (NL), Odeon De Spiegel - Festival
22.03.08 Cuijk (NL), Schouwburg - Blues Alive Festival
23.03.08 Bremen (D), Meisenfrei
26.03.08 Vienna (A), Vienna Blues Spring Festival
27.03.08 Velden (A), Bluesiana
28.03.08 Frauental (A), Bluegarage
29.03.08 Wetzikon (CH) Scala
30.03.08 CH - tbc
31.03.08 Frankfurt (D), Musik Messe - tbc
01.04.08 Ulm (D), Charivari


Upcoming tours 2007
April/May Europe Paul Reddick (CAN) Trio - pre war-Blues/Americana
May/June Germany/France Rita Chiarelli (CAN) - acoustic duo - in co-operation with Urban World/CZ
June/July France/Italy Sean Carney Band feat. Teeny Tucker (USA) - Electric-Blues - a new upcoming star...
June/July Europe Dr. David Evans (USA) feat. Lubos Bena (SK) - Memphis-Blues
July Canada Marc Breitfelder & Georg Schroeter (D) - Harmonica/Piano Boogie Duo
Sept./Oct. Europe Jan Preston (AUS) - solo - Queen of Boogie Piano - new CD "Boogie Boots"
Oct./Nov. Europe Sean Carney Band feat. Teeny Tucker (USA) - Electric-Blues - a new upcoming star...
November  Europe Carlos del Junco (CAN) Trio - multi-award winner - harmonica world-champion
November Europe Wes Mackey (USA) & Band - Swing-Blues from South Carolina
November Australia Marc Breitfelder & Georg Schroeter (D) - Harmonica/Piano Boogie Duo
March/April Europe Bugs Henderson & The Shuffle Kings (USA) - Texas-Roots-Blues
April Europe Michael Pickett (CAN) - acoustic Blues - solo
April/May Europe Teeny Tucker (USA) & Band - Princess of the Blues
May Europe Paul Reddick (CAN) Trio - pre war-Blues/Americana
in preparation 08:
Maurice Vaughn & Band (USA) - Blues
Roy Roberts & Band (USA) - home of Carolina-Blues
Doug Cox & Sam Hurrie (CAN) - acoustic Folk-Blues duo
Lubos Bena (SK) - Resophonic-Delta-Blues duo - sound from the street...
Festivals EUROPE 2008:
Paul Reddick & The Sidemen (CAN) - Big City Blues
Harrison Kennedy (CAN) - acoustic Blues-Americana-Soul...
*** please try also our online radio on the website and enjoy the music! ***
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Lucille's Bar + Grill
Located in BB King's
Open for Lunch 11AM-4PM
Pre-Theatre Dinner 4-7PM
Dinner 7PM-1AM
All-New Menu

MAY
MAY 7 Billy Joel Birthday Tribute w/ BIG SHOT
MAY 9 ADAM PASCAL - 8PM
MAY 10 MARIA MULDAUR
MAY 11 DENNIS DEYOUNG: THE MUSIC OF STYX
MAY 12 RICHIE HAVENS - 8PM
MAY 12 SOJA: SOLDIERS OF JAH ARMY * Live Reggae Party - 11PM
MAY 14 ANGELCORPSE • WATAIN • NACHTMYSTIUM • DIMENTIANON
MAY 15 MELANIE
MAY 16 ANGELIQUE KIDJO
MAY 17 ANYTHING FOR LOAF: MEAT LOAF TRIBUTE
MAY 18 THE PERSUASIONS
MAY 19 THE BACON BROTHERS 8 & 10:30PM
MAY 20 POCO + FIREFALL
MAY 23 Bruce Hornsby • Jack DeJohnette • Christian McBride 8 & 10:30PM
MAY 24 RIK EMMETT BAND (Of Triumph) + GARY HOEY
MAY 25 SYMPHONY X Only Area Show 8PM
MAY 25 VOODOO CHILD JIMI HENDRIX TRIBUTE 12MID
MAY 26 AMEL LARRIEUX
MAY 27 DICK DALE "King of the Surf Guitar"
MAY 28 BOB DYLAN Birthday Tribute HIGHWAY 61 REVISITED
MAY 29 BRIAN AUGER'S OBLIVION EXPRESS
MAY 30 THE DIRTY DOZEN BRASS BAND From New Orleans
MAY 31 RHONDA VINCENT + THE RAGE

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IMPERIAL CROWNS (USA)
Donnerstag, 17. Mai 2007, 20.30 Uhr!

Crown & Glory“… back at Bluesiana,the hottest Live Music Spot !!!!
Am “Crossroad” die Seele verkauft ?
Im Sound der Band aus L.A. verbindet sich himmlischer Gospel und dämonischer Swamp Rock: Engel links, Teufel rechts. So präsentiert sich Jimmie Wood, Frontman der Band, mit seiner Reibeisenstimme und kann in punkto Coolness es locker mit Willy DeVille aufnehmen. In einer Mischung aus Diva, Groschenluder und Zahnstocher- Charly tänzelt er um das Mikrofon und liefert die beste Live Performance die Sie je gesehen haben. Heiß wie in einer Südstaatenkirchengemeinde, in der er nur noch eine letzte Chance erhalten hat, den verlorenen Seelen das Heil zu predigen!
www.imperialcrowns.com
(Terminänderung vorbehalten)

GUY DAVIS TRIO (USA)
Mittwoch, 23. Mai 2007, 20.30 Uhr!

Endlich kommt Guy Davis, der Zaubermann an den Saiten, wieder ins Bluesiana. Für Guy war 2006 ein sehr erfolgreiches Jahr. Er wurde zum „Accoustic Blues Artist of the Year 2007“ nominiert und seine aktuelle CD „Skunkmellow“ überall in den Listen der besten Blues Alben des Jahres aufgenommen und für 2007 als „Accoustic Blues Album of the Year“ benannt. Der in New York geborene Guy Davis ist einer der aufregendsten Blues Musiker der Gegenwart. Er ist ein Allround Talent, der auch als Theater Schauspieler Karriere gemacht hat. Sein Name ist Garant für ein fesselndes Live-Konzert mit allerhöchstem Qualitätsanspruch. „Er fasst das Auditorium bei der Hand und nimmt es mit auf einen Trip durch Raum und Zeit. Guy Davis, das ist Blues fernab aller Allüren, Musik, die durch sich selber wirkt. Wahrlich ein Highlight in der neuen Welt!“ Guy Davis: vocals, guitar, Mark Murphy: electric upright Bass,vocals,Roth Nerak Patterson: electric guitar.
www.guydavis.com
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LOST COMPADRES (A)
Samstag, 26. Mai 2007, 21.00 Uhr!
Americana/Alternative Country

Bei den Songs der Wiener Americana-band „Lost Compadres“ trifft Hank Williams auf U2 und Johnny Cash wartet auf den letzten Zug Richtung nirgendwo. Letzterem huldigen die Compadres alljährlich im Rahmen der “no cash no hope“ Tributekonzerte quer durch Österreich.
Das Quintett tritt den Beweis an, daß man nicht aus Texas kommen muß, um authentisch zu klingen und daß Country nicht gleich Lagerfeuerromantik bedeutet. Sprödes Singer/Songwritertum liegt den Compadres fern, hier darf gerockt und auch geweint werden – wie einst im schaurigen, traurigen wilden Westen....
Lost Compadres sind: Fünf Herren mit 3 Stimmen, 6 Gitarren, Schlagzeug, Bass und einer Pedal-Steel-Guitar.
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REBA RUSSELL (CAN)
Samstag, 16. Juni 2007, 21.00 Uhr!
Nähere Informationen folgen!
www.rebarussell.com
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