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June 24, 2011 www.bluesfestivalguide.com Volume # 6  Issue # 24

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LAURIE MORVAN BAND : : BREATHE DEEP
BREATHE DEEP is a soulful, blues-rockin’ stew featuring 11 new songs penned by Laurie Morvan. No Working During Drinking Hours, a driving blues shuffle, celebrates having raucous fun in between all the hard work. Saved by the Blues paints a picturesque tale of receiving blues redemption from Robert Johnson at the crossroads one steamy summer night. Mojo Mama takes a funky journey deep into a sexy blues swamp, while It Only Hurts When I Breathe burns slow and powerful.
 
This much anticipated fifth CD follows FIRE IT UP!, which won the 2010 Blues Foundation Award for Best Self-Produced CD.
 
“Morvan has all the soulfulness of Bonnie Raitt and the swaggering, muscular guitar tone of Stevie Ray Vaughan...a blistering, high-energy ending to another great guitar festival” (Ellnora Guitar Festival review, Champaign, IL)
 
“Morvan, who opened the show, also stole it…in a scorching set of original blues rock that left the early arrivals staggering to the CD sales booth.” (Coloma Blues Live! festival review, Coloma, CA)
 
 
Catch the LMB touring throughout the USA and Canada.
 
6/12 Hughesville, PA - Billtown Blues Festival
6/17 Champaign, IL - Taste of Champaign-Urbana Festival
6/18 Parkville , MO - Parkville River Jam Festival
6/24 London, ON Canada - Music Hall Lounge
6/25 Kincardine, ON Canada - Sutton Park Inn
7/01 Indianapolis, IN - 8 Seconds Saloon
7/03 Richmond, IN - 4th Floor Blues Club
7/06 Pekin, IL - Goodfellas
7/07 Decatur, IL - Decatur Club Ballroom
7/08 Quincy, IL - Blues in the District
7/10 Thunder Bay, ON Canada - Thunder Bay Blues Festival
7/13 Des Moines, IA - The Gas Lamp
7/14 North Platte, NE - Fort Cody Trading Co.
7/15 Boulder, CO - Boulder Outlook
7/21 San Francisco, CA - Biscuits & Blues
9/03 Eureka, CA - Blues by the Bay Festival
 
www.LaurieMorvan.com

WILDCAT O'HALLORAN : :
After twenty-plus years of keeping the blues flame burning in the UMASS 5 College area, Wildcat O’Halloran has rebuilt his band with a mix of young studs and old veterans, and produced his masterwork: DRINKIN’ WITH THE HARP GIRLS, a new ten track CD, beautifully recorded at Northampton’s state-of- the-art Spirithouse Studios, with fiery soloing, gritty singing, great interplay, stellar guests…and , of course, Harp Girls !
 
Wildcat has won numerous songwriting honors, including Honorable Mention from Billboard and Runner-up in “Best Song in The World 2010” (He’s just been named “Top Runner Up” for 2011, beating out “a Pointer Sister, a Doobie Brother and a Rolling Stone”, - contest director Gary Allen). His band has been New England Runner –up in Rock-based contests from Seagrams and Stroh’s. They’ve opened for everybody, from Greg Allman to John Lee Hooker, Stray Cats to John Mayall, and been backup band for Bo Diddley and James Cotton. Living Blues Magazine, not always enthusiastic about Massachusetts Blues artists, called him “innovative without being disrespectful; traditional without being moldy”. John Braheny of Taxi called him, “as good a Blues lyricist as I’ve heard…and I’m a Blues Fan!” He’s been called “the Pioneer Valley’s answer to Texas six-string pounder Stevie Ray Vaughn (Valley Advocate). But the best quote might have come from the late Grammy-winning drummer and Wildcat bandmate Kenny Johnson, who said he “must’ve gone to a different music school than the other boys!”.
 
The new album features eight Wildcat originals (one with Trailer Park co-writer James Robinson), ranging from the rocked up “Crunch Time” to the sly “If God Can Make That, No Wonder He’s In Charge”, and two covers William (Born Under a Bad Sign) Bell’s “Don’t Miss Your Water” and “Hound Dog”, featuring a dynamic duet with Harp Girl #1, Caitlin Squires.

VICTOR WAINWRIGHT AND THE WILDROOTS : : LIT UP!
Power-house blues, Memphis soul, and roots rock’n’roll. Featuring the high-octane boogie piano and big soul sounds of vocalist and blues man Victor Wainwright, backed by one of the tightest smokin’ bands on the scene; the WildRoots.
 
Victor, along with producer/bassist/co-writer Stephen Dees have teamed up once again to deliver a blues and American roots ‘tour de force’. In short, they have scored another musical Bull’s Eye! On the heals of their critically acclaimed debut release “Beale Street to the Bayou”; their new CD “Lit Up” is poised to ignite blues fans with a freshness and  flair that’s infectious and impossible to ignore.
 
“Lit Up” Pure dynamite, set to explode, highly combustible, and ready to roll!
 
Get Lit Up !


A 'BLUES' KIND OF TOWN
25th annual fest in Hammonton this weekend
Music, food and more in Hammonton
 
 
HAMMONTON -- The Red, White & Blueberry Festival will celebrate its 25th anniversary this weekend, and the itinerary indicates the celebration of the town's signature crop truly has gotten better with age.
 
The event -- which will be held Sunday on the Hammonton High School grounds -- will "offer a little something for everybody," said festival chairman John Runfolo.
 
"We're very proud of the fact it has grown into a great family event," Runfolo said. "It really is a positive thing for the town of Hammonton."
 
Familiar festival highlights will include the Kiwanis Club pancake breakfast, the blueberry pie-eating contest, a car show staged by Cruisin' Classics Auto Club, children's rides, live music and a variety of strolling entertainers.

 
BRIDGES, BIKES AND BLUES A HIT
 
 
BY EDDIE MOWEN, JR.
 
It was something other than the "norm" Saturday in Preble County.
 
Nearly 230 motorcyclists toured the county's seven historical covered bridges before ending in downtown Eaton with a party on Main Street and a blues festival on the courthouse lawn. The "Bridges, Bikes and Blues" event also included a bike show.
 
The event was sponsored by the Preble County Historical Society and several businesses within the county.
 
The Blues Festival featured five classic rock and blues bands with headliner, the Scotty Bratcher Band. Young talent such as Alex Poteet, a little Janice Joplin rendition from Miami Valley Idol winner BJ Stahl, old school blues by Gregg Clark, and classic rock with Freeway, were also displayed as downtown Eaton filled with people from the county and beyond.

 
ALLIGATOR TURNS “40”- CONGRATULATIONS BRUCE IGLAUR AND ALLIGATOR RECORDS
 
 
 
 
Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel honored the 40th Anniversary of Alligator Records with a congratulatory proclamation letter presented to Alligator president and founder Bruce Iglauer on Sunday, June 12, at the Chicago Blues Festival.
 
In his letter to Iglauer, Mayor Emanuel stated, " Chicago is proud to be the home of Alligator Records. Guided by your vision and determination, Alligator Records has produced some of the finest blues talent." He went on to say, “You are a visionary in this genre.”
 
Truer words have never been spoken and on behalf of the BFG staff, “Congratulations Bruce and Happy 40th Anniversary.”
 
Alligator has been at the forefront of modern blues recordings in the industry for several decades. Label to top artists such as Janiva Magness, Tommy Castro, etc. To visit Alligator Records :  www.alligatorrecords.com

 
SNOWY RANGE MUSIC FESTIVAL FEATURING BIGGER STAGES THIS YEAR!!!
 
We are happy to announce that the third annual festival will take place the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th of September, 2011 and will feature bigger stages, additional Morningstar Turf, and thirty-nine shows.
 
GEORGE CLINTON
 
We have confirmed the king of funk, George Clinton and the Parliament Funkadelic for Sunday night, and they are bringing a 26 person entourage to fill the giant stage with an exciting and colorful party. Warming up the arena for P-funk will be New Orleans brass sensations, Trombone Shorty & Orleans Ave., and that's just the tail end of three days of music and fun.
 
PAUL OSCHER & TROMBONE SHORTY
 
We are featuring many styles of music for those of you who like variety, but for you roots music fanatics, we'll always have a blues band going on one of the three stages. We have the big band sound of Davina & the Vagabonds and the zany antics of Ryan Shupe & the Rubberband. We have humorist band leader and songwriter Paul Thorn, and this year we are featuring a dance set with the Colorado Blues Dancers backed by California guitarist, Bernie Pearl and his fine band.
 
RUTHIE FOSTER
 
The days will be filled with exciting world class performers you haven't heard before, such as Sherman Robertson out of Houston, Texas, David Maxwell the sensational keyboardist out of Boston, and Paul Oscher who played in Muddy Waters band. England's young, handsome, guitar sensation, Oli Brown, will make his American debut since signing a recording contract with Ruf Records and winning several big awards in Britain. Also Miss Blues, Moreland & Arbuckle, and the return of Wyoming's Taylor Scott & Another Kind of Magick after their trip to Memphis and the fame it brought them.
 
Check the web site in the coming days for early bird ticket specials, news, updates, lineup and other announcements about the festival.

FESTIVAL ACTS SET TO LIGHT UP CASUARINA SQUARE
Australian blues artist Shuan Kirk is ditching his hometown in
Melbourne to showcase his debut award-winning album Cruisin.
 
 
IN SUPPORT of the 2011 Darwin Blues Festival, GPT Group's Casuarina Square is hosting five festival acts, which began on Monday and will continue until tomorrow on the centre's stage in the eatery.
 
The festival is a key feature of the centre's arts, music and culture program.
 
The program aims to nurture and harness the talent in the Top End across a variety of fields.
 
Casuarina Square centre manager Ben Gill says the arts, music and culture program aims to provide on-stage performance opportunities to the Darwin community, while also attracting Darwin-based events to Casuarina Square.
 
"With almost nine million visitors each year and a range of performance spaces, we are in a great position to promote the great talent visiting and living in the Territory.
 
"The Blues Festival is just one example of Casuarina Square's arts, music and culture program supporting the amateur and professional music and arts scenes in Darwin," Mr Gill says.

THE COLONIAL BEACH BLUES FESTIVAL WILL BE A BLAST--AND BENEFIT CHARITY
BIG DADDY STALLINGS
 
BY CRAIG SCHULIN
 
At one time, Colonial Beach was a popular destination for folks wanting to lounge and relax at its resorts, or gamble at the casinos.
 
Recent efforts by groups and individuals have revitalized the community. For instance, Colonial Beach is now home to a growing and increasingly respected art scene.
 
Dom Salemi and his wife, Charlene, are looking to add to this by putting Colonial Beach on the map as a destination for music lovers.
 
After spending more and more time visiting the town, the couple decided to move to Colonial Beach about two years ago from their Northern Virginia home.
 
"We liked the ambience and that we didn't feel that press of people [as in Northern Virginia]," said Salemi.
 
Now, Salemi is hoping to add some more life to the community.

MODESTO BLUES ART & MUSIC FESTIVAL SET TO BE BIGGER THAN EVER IN CALIFORNIA

"IT'S JUST A REASON TO CELEBRATE!"
 
The 2nd Annual Oxford Blues Festival will be held this July 22-24, 2011 in Oxford, MS and at the Foxfire Ranch in Waterford, MS.
 
 
Headlining the festival this year: Magic Slim and the Teardrops; Eddic C. Campbell, Nellie "Tiger" Travis; King Edward and Effie Burt.
 
EDDIE C. CAMPBELL AND NELLIE "TIGER" TRAVIS
 
There will be more than 20 bands performing over the weekend. 
 
KING EDWARD
 
In addition, there will be a panel discussion at the University Museum featuring blues artist/promoter, Dick Waterman; Shelly Ritter of the Delta Blues Museum in Clarksdale; and Bluesman, Ben Peyton.
 
Starting Saturday morning at 11:00 am there will be blues and barbeque on the lawn of Walton-Young House at the university.  From 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm the City of Oxford will provide Double Decker buses shuttling festival goers back to the square.
 
The Oxford Blues Festival is mostly an indoor festival spread out around 11 locations in Oxford, MS.  The outdoor portion is at the University Museum starting late Saturday morning and Sunday evening at Foxfire Ranch.
 
Tickets may be purchased online at www.oxfordbluesfest.com.  For more information call 662-259-7190 or visit our website, www.oxfordbluesfest.com.
 
"It's Just a Reason to Celebrate!"

2011 SAFEWAY WATERFRONT BLUES FEST BENEFITS OREGON FOOD BANK

CHICAGO BLUES: A LIVING HISTORY, THE (R)EVOLUTION CONTINUES *** ½ (OUT OF FOUR) CLASSIC BLUES
 
 
BY JERRY SHRIVER
 
This successor to 2009's Grammy-nominated, self-titled project follows the same mission and approach — celebrate the glory and tradition of Chicago blues with an all-star ensemble — and achieves even richer results. The core group (Billy Boy Arnold, John Primer, Billy Branch, Lurrie Bell and Carlos Johnson) played with the postwar masters of Chicago blues, including Muddy Waters, Bo Diddley, Howlin' Wolf and Sunnyland Slim. They're supplemented by some of the city's younger working artists and guests such as Buddy Guy, James Cotton and Magic Slim.
 
Both albums feature interpretations of classics from the late 1940s and 1950s, but this time more of the focus is on songs that overtly laid the groundwork for rock 'n' roll, such as Rocket 88, Reelin' and Rockin' and Howlin' forMy Baby. With references to the "need to make a dollar," being "careful how you vote" and, yes, jelly rolls, the songs demonstrate their relevance to any era.

DO YOU HEAR WHAT I HEAR? IT'S THE BLUES EAR!
June 17, 2011
 
I am the curious type by nature.  So, for me to be able to ask questions of different people of different occupations opens up a whole new world for me.  I was wondering what would be easier to broadcast: a blues club or a blues festival?  I posed this question to Roy Prescott, Blues Summit Host, Morning Drive Host, 93.5 WMWV

 
Q: Most radio personalities do remote show transmissions in various areas. Is it easier to do a remote inside (concert auditorium) or outside (blues festival venue)?
 
A: One of my favorite things working in radio is getting out into the community for live broadcasts! We have a great WMWV station van that has a transmitter on board or we can use our Flip Jack with a landline or cellphone for out of range remotes. Then there's new technology that allows you to use the internet to broadcast your signal! So we've got all the bases covered. We took the Blues Summit on the road and did a broadcast from the Maine Blues Festival in our very close neighboring state, where Blues bands were playing at different venues in the town of Naples, and I was able to move the van and let listeners know what was going on around town. That gave me a bit more freedom than an indoor venue, which was enjoyable.

BLUES HALL OF FAME MEMBER LOOKING FORWARD TO GETTING ON THE ROAD
 
Jacksonville, FL - Blues Hall Of Fame Member and Blues Hall Of Fame Ambassador to Jacksonville, FL, Al Stone, has been asked by friends and fans from, not only around the country, but around the world, if he would be performing at a blues festival or club near them. Al had some serious health issues in 2009 – 2010 and had not been on the road for some time, subsequently he missed the chance to perform at many festivals in 2011. While this may have been a huge disappointment for fans of Al Stone, please be assured that Al is feeling much better these days and is in the studio recording new material and continues to be a featured guest on many internet and terrestrial radio blues programs. We are doing everything in our power to make sure that Al is on the bill for more festivals and club dates for the rest of 2011 and in 2012. To that end, Al’s management is asking event coordinators, festival promoters, venue contacts and talent buyers to please add Al Stone to your Avails list for future shows. Al is looking forward to getting back on the road and performing for his fans.
 
For more information, please visit ALL ABOUT AL @ http://WWW.AlStoneBlues.com

ANYBODY CAN BLUES DANCE - INTRODUCING THE CRABTREES!
This is hilarious!!  Something to perk up your dreary day......
Click the link below...
 
Pete & Beulah Mae Crabtree
 

THE LATE SAM COOKE GETS HIS 'WAY'
 
 
CHICAGO (CelebrityAccess MediaWire) -- The late Sam Cooke will be celebrated with the naming of 36th Street at Cottage Grove Avenue, Chicago, Illinois as Sam Cooke Way on Saturday, June 18.
The ceremony and celebration of Cooke, who grew up in Chicago, is being headed by Gregg Parker, CEO, historian and founder of the Chicago Blues Museum and Record Row Foundation.
 
The location of Sam Cooke Way is in the midst of Chicago's Bronzeville neighborhood, birthplace to some of Chicago’s most talented artists in music and the associated arts. It is where the Cooke family settled after migrating from Clarksdale, Mississippi in the early 1930’s, initially residing at 3527 Cottage Grove Avenue and later moving to 724 E. 36th Street.
 
Young Sam Cooke attended the neighborhood's Doolittle Elementary School and, in 1948, was a graduate of Phillips High School.

FLASH HARP IS THE MUSICAL GEEK'S FLASH DRIVE
 
BY SHANE McGLAUN
 
One thing I tried to play when I was young and couldn’t come anywhere close to making an actual tune with is a harmonica. I always thought that dude from Blues Traveler could play the crap out of a harmonica so it couldn’t be that hard, I was very wrong. If you are an aspiring harmonica player that wants to take digital lessons with you on how to play wherever you and your trusty instrument might go the FlashHarp is for you.
 
This thing is a combination of a normal harmonica that you can actually play and a flash drive. One end of the FlashHarp has a USB connector on it and you can plug that end into your computer to retrieve lessons on playing. The flash drive has 2GB of storage and you can store other files on the FlashHarp too. The USB connector has a plastic cap to keep it safe.
 
The instrument is made in the USA by hand with high quality parts. The dimensions of the FlashHarp are 3.5″ x 1 3/16″ x 15/16″. You can order the 2GB version of the drive right now for $49.95 with free shipping. There was also a 4GB version available to purchase, but the item has been removed.

SARASOTA BLUES FESTIVAL HAS NEW OWNERS
 
BY GERRY GALIPAULT
 
For the first time in 18 years, the Sarasota Blues Festival is in new hands.
 
ExtremeTix, a leader in ticket technology and entertainment services, and its entertainment division, Three Zebras, have announced the acquisition of the venerable festival from executive producer Barbara Strauss. Financial details were not disclosed.
 
Strauss, who says she’s ready to move on to other projects, will remain for one year as executive producer to help with the transition and will serve as a consultant to future festivals.
 
“It’s a dream come true, really,” Strauss said. “I wanted the charity money to stay in Sarasota, and they said absolutely. All Faiths Food Bank is grandfathered in. And they’re not going to raise the prices at the festival. It’s business as usual, that’s it.”


BEHOLD, A NEW CD FOR MONKYJUNK

Ottawa blues band on a tear after prestigious award wins

Ottawa's MonkeyJunk are, from left, Tony Diteodoro, Steve Marriner, and Matt Sobb. The band is about to release its second album, To Behold.
Photograph by: Chris Mikula
 
 
The new album, To Behold, will come out on Stony Plain Records, the respected Canadian roots label run by Holger Petersen, who also hosts CBC Radio's Saturday Night Blues program. The deal gives the band worldwide distribution and access to a mighty marketing campaign. For guitarist Tony Diteodoro, drummer Matt Sobb and singer-multi-instrumentalist Steve Marriner, a new album on a highprofile label means they must have had to get serious about the music.


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I Feel So Good: The Life and Times of Big Bill Broonzy:Author Bob Riesman
    
 
Big Bill Broonzy was there at pretty much every crossroads of 20th Century blues – from the Delta to Chicago to the fifties blues revival.  A new biography, I Feel So Good: The Life and Times of Big Bill Broonzy, is out.  Author Bob Riesman joins Elwood.   Eric Clapton will be heard, along with Little Walter, Muddy Waters, and Broonzy himself, with his blues standard, “Key to the Highway,” and choice naughty blues from his heyday in 1930’s Chicago.  Plus: a great new jumping band out of Toronto, the 24th Street Wailers out of Toronto.  On the giveaway side, the Doors’ Ray Manzarek and slide guitar genius Roy Rogers have a new CD called Translucent Blues.  Five copies will be won.  And, to celebrate the release of the new CD from Hot Tuna, somebody out there will win a gorgeous, custom Jorma Kaukonen Model Martin Acoustic Guitar, signed and numbered by Jorma himself.
For a list of stations where you can find House of Blues Radio
 


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Over 500 festivals are listed on the website www.BluesFestivalGuide.com
AMENOBLUES FESTIVAL
Friday-Saturday, June 10-25 
AMENO, Piemonte, Italy
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Darwin Blues Festival
Sunday-Saturday, June 19-25
Northern Territory, Darwin, Australia
LINK
Boundary Water Blues Festival
Thursday-Saturday, June 23-25 
Grand Rapids, MN, U.S.
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Torrita Blues Festival
Thursday-Saturday, June 23-25
Torrita di Siena, SI, Italy
LINK
Amboy Bike Fest
Friday-Saturday, June 24-25
Amboy, WA, U.S.
LINK
8th Annual Alpena Blues Festival
Friday-Saturday, June 24-25
Alpena, Michigan, U.S.
LINK
Blues From the Top
Friday-Saturday, June 24-25 
Winter Par, Colorado, U.S.
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The Great Eldorado BBQ, Brews and Blues Festival
Friday- Saturday, June 24-25
Reno, Nevada, U.S.
LINK
12th Annual Mount Helena Music Festival
Friday- Saturday, June 24-25
Helena, MT, U.S.
LINK
North Mississippi Hill Country Picnic
Friday-Saturday, June 24-25
Potts Camp, MS, U.S.
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4th Paulie's NOLA Jazz & Blues Festival
Friday-Saturday, June 24-25
Worcester, Massachusetts, U.S.
LINK
21st Annual Riverfront Blues Festival 2011
Friday-Saturday, June 24-25
Fort Smith, Arkansas, U.S.
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blues'n'jazz
Friday-Sunday, June 24-26
Rapperswil-Jona, SG, Switzerland
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Monterey Bay Blues Festival
Friday-Sunday, June 24-26
Seaside, CA, U.S.
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Stratford Blues & Rib Fest
Friday-Sunday, June 24-26
Stratford, Ontario, Canada
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The Aksarben Village BluesFest
Saturday, June 25
Omaha, Nebraska, U.S.
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Bear Creek Blues Festival
Saturday, June 25
Slater, Missouri, U.S.
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Blues & Booze In The Bury
Saturday, June 25 
Odiham, Hampshire, United Kingdom
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Modesto Blues Art & Music Festival
Saturday, June 25
Modesto, CA, U.S.
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Ride the Coast
Saturday, June 25
Santa Ana, Ca, U.S.
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Summertime Blues Festival
Saturday, June 25
Havre de Grace, Maryland, U.S.
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Long Beach Bayou & Mardi Gras Festival
Saturday-Sunday, June 25-26 
Long Beach, California, U.S.
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Montreal Jazz Fest
Saturday-Monday, June 25 - July 4
Montreal, Montreal, Canada
LINK
Puisto Blues Festival
Wednesday-Sunday, June 29 - July 3
Jarvenpaa, Finland
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Barrier Beach "Memphis" Blues and Arts Festival
Thursday-Sunday, June 30 - July 3
Long Beach, New York, U.S.
LINK
21st Annual High Sierra Music Festival
Thursday-Sunday, June 30 - July 3
Quincy, California, U.S.
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Skanevik Bluesfestival
Thursday-Saturday, June 30 - July 2
Skanevik, Norway
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29th Great Blue Heron Music Festival
Friday-Sunday, July 1-3
Sherman, NY, U.S.
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Mississippi Valley Blues Festival
Friday-Sunday, July 1-3
Davenport, Iowa, U.S.
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