BEB 113 | Playing With Madam's Organ

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Jimmy Thackery & the Drivers- Devil’s Toolbox, Bad Rooster- Back at None, Girls, Guns and Glory- Nighttime, John Fries & the Heat- Traveling Home, Oli Brown- Makes Me Wonder, Lisa Mann/Lloyd Jones- Always Nobody, Sean Chambers-In The Winter Time, Albert Castiglia- Sweet Southern Angel, Girls With Guitars- Bitch, Charles Burton Blues Band - Tell Me Why, JP Blues Band- Some Kind of Hurricane, Erin Harpe & the Delta Swingers- Pick Poor Robin Clean, Jeff Pitchell- American Girl, Dave Keller- More Than I CAn Stand, Candye Kane- Love Insurance, Lustre Kings- Born In Memphis, Danny Draher- I Don’t Know Why, Truck Stop Troubadours- Act Naturally,, Mojomatics- Soy Baby.
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Black-Eyed News:
First up in this week’s news is the results from last Sundays Ct Blues Challenge Solo/Duo Competition. The two acts that made it through to the finals were Swamp Shaka and Tony C (who won the competition 2 years ago) and a new entry in the Challenge the Dirty 2:30. Both acts make it to the Finals at the Pine Loft in Berlin Ct. on Sunday Oct 20th.

The Blues Blast interview this week is with Laura Chavez who is Candye Kane’s lead guitar player. A lot of the interview talks about her time as a contestant at the IBC in Memphis and how important it is to compete in the Challenge because of all of the added exposure you get. As always it’s a great read.

American Blues Scene has an interview with Robert Santelli who is the Executive Director of The Grammy Museum and a lifelong scholar in the blues. Among his many accomplishments are a number of definitive books on the genre, as well as pivotal roles in some of the most celebrated music museums in the world, including the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and Experience Music Project in Seattle.
In anticipation of Robert’s upcoming speech in Saint Louis for the National Blues Museum, they sat down to discuss his museum work, the influence (and lack of influence) the blues has had on popular music, his writing, and the special things that make music museums truly great. It’s also a great read you can find the link to it in this week’s write up.

Also in American Blues Scene this week is an article about the CAll and Response Symposium at the King Biscuit Festival in Helena Ark on the 12th of October. Participating in the symposium are Bobby Rush, Carl Weathersby, Blind Mississippi Morris along with Blues writers and producers discussing the state of Blues music today and how difficult it is to stay relevant.

Blues In The Area:
Chris Ruest & Preston Hubbard w/Mike Law - Cady's Tavern - Chepachet, RI
Bad Rooster - Friend's Cafe (9pm) - Southington, CT
Easy Baby - The Berlin Fair (4-9pm) - Berlin, CT
The Walter Lewis Blues Trio - The Lumberyard Pub - Georgetown, CT
Shemekia Copeland - The Narrows Center for the Arts (8pm) - Fall River, MA
Ana Popovic - Black-eyed Sally's (9pm) - Hartford
Gina Sicilia - Cafe Nine (8pm) - New Haven, CT
Chris Ruest & Preston Hubbard w/Mike Law - Sporty's - Bristol, CT
The Dave Keller Band - Theodores' - Springfield, MA
Dan Stevens - The Berlin Fair (1:30-3pm) - Berlin, CT
The Joe Bluz Blues Review - The Berlin Fair (5-9pm) - Berlin, CT
The Cobalt Rhythm Kings - 1st & Summerfield United Methodist Church (8:30pm) - New Haven, CT
Benefit for the United Methodist Black College Fund
425 College Street
Dan Stevens - Perks & Corks (9pm) - Westerly, RI
The CT Blues Society's Solo/Duo Challenge - The Pine Loft (5pm) - Berlin, CT
week 3 of 3, two contestants advance to finals 10/20
Mark Elkins
Kris Heaton
The Resonators
Jackie & Rick
Joel Blumert
Mark Crofutt
John Mayall - Fairfield Theatre's Stage One (7:45pm) - Fairfield, CT
The Tom Sanders Band - The Berlin Fair (1:30-5:30pm) - Berlin, CT
Dan Stevens - Bill's Seafood (3:30pm) - Westbrook, CT
Blues Jam w/Chris Ruest & Preston Hubbard - Cady's Tavern (3-7pm) - Chepachet, RI
Blues Jam w/Wildcat O'Halloran - City Sports Grille (4-8pm) - Northampton, MA

Black-Eyed Sally’s Weekly Rundown:
Wednesday Oct 2 Blues Open Mic hosted by Mike Law
Friday Oct 4 Truck Stop Troubadors
Saturday Oct 5 Ana Popovic
Monday Oct 7 Monday Night Jazz
Tuesday Oct 8 Mike Palin’s Other Orchestra

I hope to see you out and about this week but if not please continue to support live music wherever you are.


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