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July 15, 2011 www.bluesfestivalguide.com Volume # 6  Issue # 28

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TERRY HANCK : : LOOK OUT
Terry Hanck has assembled a tightly woven outfit featuring top tier talent from the West Coast. Ace guitarist Kid Andersen is once again on hand lending not only his incredible six-string attack to the proceedings, but also his engineering wizardry courtesy of his own Greaseland Studios. Also highlighted is current guitarist Johnny Cat, who replaced Andersen back in 2004. Rounding out the rhythm section is drummer Butch Cousins, along with bassist Tim Wagar, replacing Terry's longtime friend and bandmate Michael "Fly" Brooks who unfortunately passed away on September 20, 2010. Additionally the album features Nightcats' bassist Lorenzo Farrell, the multi-talented Bob Welsh on piano and B-3, and Dennis Dove on backing vocals as well as drums on "Girl, Girl, Girl." At 66, Terry Hanck is singing better and playing better than he ever has. He's delivered his strongest album yet - chock full of swinging grooves, inspired musicianship, as well as witty and insightful lyrics. It's no wonder he's been twice recognized in recent years with Blues Music Award nominations in 2009 and 2011. So "LOOK OUT"!...'cause Terry Hanck is on the move and he's headed to a town near you!
 
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E.G.KIGHT : : LIP SERVICE
EG KIGHT has honed her Country-Flavored Southern-Fried Blues with five CDs and headline touring at clubs and festivals across America and Europe.   Her rural Georgia roots go deep, and that comes through in her music, a Blues/country hybrid that encompasses elements of americana, jazz, gospel and pop.  EG tours as a solo artist and with a band, and recently performed with a symphony orchestra one weekend, and three weeks later on NPR’s famed “A Prairie Home Companion”.  Her five previous CDs have consistently hit the Blues radio charts, and she has been acclaimed as a performer and as a songwriter—she has been honored with six Blues Music Award nominations, twice for Song of the Year; her original composition won the People’s Choice Award in an international Peace Song Challenge, and her songs have appeared on two Grammy nominated albums.
 
On LIP SERVICE, EG KIGHT beefs up her Country-Flavored Southern-Fried Blues with some very heavy hitters from the world of Southern Rock: producer/keyboardist PAUL HORNSBY (Marshall Tucker, Charlie Daniels, etc.), keyboardist RANDALL BRAMBLETT (Sea Leavell, Bonnie Raitt, etc.),  guitarist TOMMY TALTON (Cowboy), Capricorn Records session drummer BILL STEWART,  and horn players EARL FORD and MARCUS HENDERSON.  The CD also features her great road band and a duet with rising Blues star John Németh.
 
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FAMILY FUN AT RUSKIN HOUSE FOLK AND BLUES FESTIVAL AS £1,000 RAISED FOR CHARITY
Family fun at folks and blues festival as £1,000 raised for charity
 
 
RUSKIN GROUNDS, UK - Organisers of the annual folk and blues festival managed to raise £1,000 for Great Ormand Street Hospital.
 
The festival was held in the grounds of Ruskin House on July 9 from 12pm until 11pm.
 
The rock n’roll Rob family band kicked off the festival with nine-year-old Tommy playing the drums and they were followed by country and yiddish music from Butt of Lewis, bluegrass from the Ruskin Hillbillies and jazz music from the Hot Club of Purley, which included young Matthew Tighe on fiddle.
 
As well as great music, there was also stalls and a BBQ with a bouncy castle for children.
 
A spokesman said: “There was poetry in the air with Bart Wolffe, a poet and author exiled from Zimbabwee and an inspiring performance of music and dancing by a Russian/Ukrainian children's choir in national costume.

11TH ANNUAL NORTHERN CALIFORNIA BLUES FESTIVAL EXPANDS/2 DAYS THIS YEAR AUG. 5/6
 
ARTICLE LINK
By Publiciteeguy
 
(AUBURN, Calif.) - Get ready for one of California's biggest Family-Friendly Blues events of the Summer - the 11th Annual Northern California Blues Festival, Friday, August 5 (5-10 p.m.) and Saturday, August 6 (11 a.m.-10 p.m.) at the Auburn Regional Park, 3770 Richardson Dr. (off Highway 49 at Dry Creek Rd.), Auburn. Tickets: Friday - $7 advance/$10 gate (12 & under), $25 advance/$30 gate (General Admission); $65 advance/ $80 gate (V.I.P.); Saturday - $8 advance/$10 gate (12 and under), $33 advance/$40 gate (General Admission); $97 advance/$120 gate (V.I.P.). Weekend Pass - $12 advance/$15 gate (12 and under), $55 advance/$60 gate (General Admission), $150 advance/$180 gate (V.I.P.). More ticket info. available at http://www.showclix.com/event/30383. V.I.P. level ticket holders will have full access to air-conditioned cocktail lounge, shaded seating, meet-and-greet opportunities with the performing artists in the V.I.P. Lounge Area, and more. Portions of the proceeds benefit both the Auburn Recreation District Youth Assistance Fund and the Sacramento Blues Society's Blues In The Schools program. Four twin-tower misting fans with large outdoor "cool-down" areas; huge arts and crafts (and) food vendors area; and free Kids Zone with water rides on Saturday (no kids Zone on Friday night). $4 parking at Parkside Church across the street from the Festival. Info: (916) 350-4640 log onto www.NorCalBluesFest.com.
 
Blues guitar lovers will be in virtual 7th Heaven with the headlining appearances of Kenny Neal, Dennis Jones, and Carolyn Wonderland.

BILL BOWKER GIVES THE BLUES FESTIVAL A LITTLE BREAK
Bill Bowker, who's seeking a new home for the 30-year-old
Sonoma County Blues Festival (Photo by John Burgess)
 
ARTICLE LINK
By Chris Smith

SONOMA, CA. - Normally by this point in summer, KRSH deejay Bill Bowker is talking up the lineup for his Blues Festival at the Sonoma County Fair.
 
But today Bill is a shade bluer than usual. He says there won’t be a Blues Fest this year, but he vows it will be back.
 
“It’s time for a brief break,” he said, “a regrouping of sorts and a renewal of enthusiasm to gear up for a more than stellar event in 2012.”
 
Bill is working to locate a new venue for the 30-year-old Blues Festival, which thrived for a good long time at the county fair, but not any more. Early in 2010, fair officials scrubbed the event to cut costs but later reinstated it.
 
Bill’s now ready to move it. One venue he’s seriously considering is the gorgeous, open lawn area at the Earle Baum Center of the Blind on Occidental Road, just west of Santa Rosa.

THE GAIA FESTIVAL ADDS NEW ARTISTS TO THE LINEUP!

BUDDY AND HOPKINS - NO NEED FOR BEER MONEY
 
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THE 12TH ANNUAL HAYWARD-RUSSELL CITY BLUES FESTIVAL A HUGE SUCCESS!
HAYWARD-RUSSEL CITY MEMORIAL BAND
 
The 12th Annual Hayward-Russell City Blues Festival took place on the lawn near City Hall in Hayward, California, over July 9-10, 2011. This festival celebrates the rich musical history of Russell City, a long gone, semi-rural area near San Francisco Bay on the western fringes of modern day Hayward.
 
THE DELTA WIRES
 
 
Some of the highlights included:
 
On Saturday the Delta Wires, performed a high energy horns and harmonica set with a delta style flavor to their music. Alabama Mike provided us with some “Old School” blues. The Russell City Memorial Blues Band showed us a variety of styles and showed us a glimpse of the music once available 24 hours a day in old Russell City. The band featured Curtis Lawson, Big Cat Tolefree, Fillmore Slim, Billy Dunn, Lee Ashford, Bobby Webb, Dalhart Johnson, Gino Landers, Big Bob Deance and Ronnie Stewart. Rod Piazza and the Mighty Flyers hit the stage with their electrifying “West Coast Blues,” and it’s immediately easy to understand why Rod is considered a “blues harp maestro.”  He is also a seasoned showman who comfortably connects with and involves the audience. Rod’s wife, Honey, doesn’t trail behind with her piano, either, even standing to play tap the keys with her feet at one point to loud response from the crowd. A King and Two Queens (Taildragger, Deitra Farr and Demetria Taylor) dished up a huge plate of Chicago Blues, just as they did last week in Portland. Johnny Rawls closed out the show with his “Smooth Soul Blues”.
 
ROD PIAZZA & THE MIGHTY FLYERS

On Sunday Bobby Joe Neely and “his one man band” got the crowd going while playing a variety of instruments. Of course, he had to demonstrate just how easy it is to play several instruments more or less simultaneously, though few seemed convinced. The Caravan of Allstars took the stage next, showcasing some of the best in “West Coast Blues”. They even called upon Bob White, a retired police officer who was helping with festival security, for an impressive rendition of a Sam Cooke’s “A Change Is Gonna Come.” Lenny Williams finished the show with some smooth and passionate R& B vocals.
 
BOBBY JOE NEELY

Thanks to Paula and Ronnie Stewart and the Bay Area Blues Society for another year of great music. See ya next year!
 
Cheryl and Tom Yearnshaw

BACK ROADS PRODUCTIONS IS EXCITED TO ANNOUNCE THE GAIA FESTIVAL, AUGUST 5TH, 6TH, 7TH AT BLACK OAK RANCH
 
LAYTONVILLE, CA. - MUSICIANS added to this year’s already stellar lineup include the highly anticipated Open Door project from Grammy-winning singer/songwriter India.Arie and Idan Raichel, the legendary R&B singer Aaron Neville, the hard-driving base-fueled funksters Galactic, deep funk and blues sound of The Funky Meters, the magnetic fusions of rock ‘n’ roll and West African sounds of Toubab Krewe, rocking blues and psychedelic tunes from John Trudell & Bad Dog, and DJ Shaman’s Dream – Craig Kohland.
 
 
MUSICIANS already announced include the soulful harmonies of The Mighty Diamonds, reggae icons The Wailers, funky danceable reggae grooves with Clan Dyken, one of the brightest new bands on the west coast festival scene Delhi 2 Dublin, the ultra-funky Orgone, Grammy nominated singer Sister Carol, Toubab Krewe’s fusion of rock 'n' roll and West African music, award winning Afrobeat ensemble Albino, the captivating sounds of Zili Misik, legendary Cuban-born singer and percussionist Bobi Cespedes, tight vocal harmonies of MaMuse, North Bay Bohemian pick for “best world bandDgiin, folk/blues singer Melissa Crabtree, musical adventurer DJ Dragonfly, plus Baraka Moon, Joanne Rand, north coast theatrical group Human Nature, and ancient soul arts drumming with the Sons & Daughter of Orpheus.
 
 
The Gaia Festival will include a series of connected villages and stages throughout the grounds featuring a wide array of workshops and presentations on sustainable living, social & environmental activism, alternative energy, green building technology, permaculture, healing arts, and world-class theater: Earth & Sky Stage – main stage in the central music meadow, Arlo Stage – proscenium stage nestled amongst ancient oaks, The Longhouse – riverside music and workshop stage, The Roundhouse – solar powered village, Medicine Wheel Lodge hosted by the Northern California Women’s Herbal Symposium – center stage in the medicine wheel village, plus a KidZone. There will also be plenty of great food & crafts provided by local non-profits and artisans featuring some of the north coast’s finest organic and sustainable products. U.S. Pure Water will be providing free drinking water, filtered on-site. Please bring a refillable container and break the plastic bottle habit. Help move The GAIA Festival towards our goal of zero-waste.
 
 
COMPLETE ARTIST LINEUP, SPEAKERS, & WORKSHOP SCHEDULES NOW POSTED. Visit www.TheGaiaFestival.com for all of the latest updates. Five stages, Four directions, Three days, Too much fun, One love!
 
Ticket Information: Single day tickets available. Festival Friends Package - 4 whole festival passes, including camping, $700 w/ no service fee. A $92 savings. CAMPING UPDATE: One-day ticket holders may buy an overnight camping ticket at the gate only. Overnight camping tickets will be sold for $10.00 per person/per night.. Tickets are on sale now and can be purchased online at www.TheGaiaFestival.com

THE 8TH ANNUAL CONGRESSIONAL BLUES FESTIVAL WILL FEATURE KENNY WAYNE SHEPHERD, MICHAEL BURKS, SOL & FUNK ROOT!
 
WASHINGTON, DC. - The 8th Annual Congressional Blues Festival will take place on July 27th, 2011 at the National Building Museum in Washington DC. The festival is an effort to honor and showcase American Roots music and help those who helped create this great art form.
 
The 'Blues' is America's own creation and tradition, and is at the heart of our cultural identity and the root of American music. Born from the streets and hearts of Americans, The Blues is recognized and respected globally--reaching every corner of the earth while serving as the core of inspiration for every successful top-performing artist. The Blues epitomizes our cultural identity, and yet the opportunity to learn from its creators is slipping away. Many original Blues pioneers are struggling to make a living through their art as they try to pass on this tradition to future generations, and the Congressional Blues Festival (congressionalbluesfestival.com) was created to raise funds and to spread the word for this cause.

REVIEW: PUTTING THE BLUES IN FESTIVAL
Buddy Guy performs at Bluesfest on Wednesday evening.
Photograph by: Jean Levac, The Ottawa Citizen
 
ARTICLE LINK
By Chris Cobb
 
OTTAWA, CANADA — It felt like a true blues festival.
 
The near capacity crowd crammed in front of the Subway stage soaked up the brilliance of Buddy Guy and his band with something close to reverence.
 
Guy introduced himself with two searing guitar solos as if to say: “Here I am folks and this is just a taste of what’s to come.”
 
It’s no wonder that of the few remaining living blues legends, Guy has the respect — of not awe — of many great players: Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck and Keith Richards among them.
 
Weathered though he looks, Guy belies his age — 75 at the end of this month. He lives his music and is clearly still enjoying himself.

CLASSIC BLUES VIDEO OF THE WEEK
 
 
JULY 15, 2011
 
As a teen, Charlie worked in Memphis as a ditch digger, concrete layer and moonshine runner while soaking up the music of legends like Furrey Lewis, Will Shade and Gus Cannon. 
 
Charlie moved to Chicago in search of better work and while he drove an exterminator truck by day he hung around Blues clubs at night and became friends with Little Walter, Big Walter, Howlin Wolf, Muddy Waters and others.
 
It didn't take long before Musslewhite was sitting in on Harp with the Chicago masters and carving out  his own reputation in the Blues.
 
 
 

CAPE FEAR BLUES FESTIVAL SET TO GO
A Blues Cruise kicks off the annual Cape Fear Blues Festival
Credits: Photo courtesy of Wilmington/Cape Fear Coast
Convention & Visitors Bureau
 
 
By Lois Wheatley
 
WILMINGTON, NC. - Your doctor called. He said you could go off the Prozac long enough to get down to Wilmington for the 16th Annual Cape Fear Blues Festival, July 29-31 – as long as you’re well chaperoned.
 
Friday night kicks off the festival with the ever-popular Blues Cruise aboard the Henrietta III riverboat (Water Street at Dock Street). Beginning at 5:30 p.m.on the dock, blues soloist Rick Tobey entertains boarding passengers, and the cruise departs at 7:30 p.m.Henrietta is an authentic replica paddleboat with three decks, which will mean three cash bars and three bands:  Nashville guitarist Rickey Godfrey on the main deck, Wilmington’s own Ten Dollar Thrill on the upper deck, and Southern Pines blues artist Tampa Blue on the atrium level. Advance tickets are $49. Call 910-350-8822 or visit www.wilmingtontickets.com.

THE SEEN: NEW YORK STATE BLUES FESTIVAL
Dana Fuchs performs with her band during Blues Fest Friday at
the Inner Harbor in Syracuse. Photo by Jim Commentucci
 
ARTICLE LINK
By Mark Bialczak
 
SYRACUSE, NY. - A fine time in the Inner Harbor for blues fans. They gathered at the Syracuse Inner Harbor last weekend to celebrate the rebirth of the New York State Blues Festival.
 
Music lovers mixed with boaters and families for the 20th edition of the festival back after taking last year off because of the challenging economic climate.
 
And if you happened to be a music lover who owned a boat and had children to bring along? Bingo.

STAGE BOOST FOR MARYPORT BLUES FESTIVAL
 
MARYPORT, UK. - Maryport will have two open air stages for this year’s blues festival after all.
 
Organisers of the annual event had to pull plans for an outdoor stage on Shipping Brow due to health and safety issues and spiralling costs.
 
But they looked at alternatives and a new stage will be erected behind the Captain Nelson Tavern and the McMenamins building, off Irish Street, while an outdoor stage will also be at Maryport Rugby Club on Mealpot Road over the last weekend in July.
 
Debra Park, blues committee spokeswoman, said the group was delighted there would be a stage, on private land behind the harbourside pubs.
 
She added: “I hope it goes some way to making sure that there is something going on in the town as well as what is happening in the pubs on the blues trail.”
 
It is good news for the group which lost its bid this week to resurrect the Shipping Brow stage after being refused a road closure permit.
 
Around 50 people attended a public meeting at the Lifeboat Inn on Wednesday to form the Solway Trust, a charity that will look at raising money throughout the year to ensure that the Shipping Brow stage can be reinstated next year.

ROBERT CRAY, SHEMEKIA COPELAND, JONNY LANG HEAD BLUES FEST AT MONMOUTH PARK
SHEMEKIA COPELAND
 
OCEANPORT, NJ. - It’s a trifecta kind of day Saturday (July 16) at Monmouth Park racetrack, with a triple treat of bonafide blues stars coming into the storied Oceanport venue. Robert Cray, Shemekia Copeland and Jonny Lang will be performing at the track for the inaugural Monmouth Park blues festival.
 
The “Blues in the Park Cajun Cookout” will include Cajun and New Orleans-style food vendors and performances from the Rebirth Brass Band at 3:30 p.m., Shemekia Copeland at 4 p.m., Robert Cray and his band at 5:15 p.m. and Jonny Lang and his band at 6:45 p.m. The festival is scheduled to wrap up by 8:30 p.m., but the music continues at 9:15 or so at Chico’s House of Jazz, 631 Lake Ave., Asbury Park, where the Rebirth Brass Band will perform at an after party.

Blues Singer's Woman Permitted To Tell Her Side
Ida Mae Dobbs, woman of blues singer
Willie "Skipbone" Jackson (inset).

 
CLARKSDALE, MS–Ida Mae Dobbs, longtime woman of Willie "Skipbone" Jackson, called a press conference Tuesday to respond to charges levied against her by the legendary Delta blues singer.
 
"Despite what Mr. Jackson would have you believe, I am not an evil-hearted woman who will not let him be," Dobbs told reporters. "I repeat: I am not an evil-hearted woman who will not let him be. To the contrary, my lovin' is so sweet, it tastes just like the apple off the tree."
 
Dobbs, accused of causing Jackson pain and breaking his heart by calling out another man's name, categorically denied treating him in a low-down manner.
 
"He says he sends for his baby, but I don't come around," Dobbs, a brownskin woman, said. "He says he sends for his baby, but I don't come around. Well, the truth is, I do come, but he is out messing with every gal in town."
 
During the press conference, Dobbs also disputed an Aug. 27 statement made by Jackson, who compared her to a dresser because someone is always going through her drawers.
 
"My drawers have not been gone through by any man but Willie "Skipbone" Jackson," Dobbs said. "Neither Slim McGee nor Melvin Brown has ever been in my drawers. Nor has Sonny 'Spoonthumb' Perkins, nor any of those other no-good jokers down by the railroad tracks. My policy has always been to keep my drawers closed to everyone but Mr. Jackson, as I am his woman and would never treat him so unkind."

 

THE REVOLUTION CONTINUES ON CHICAGO BLUES TRIBUTE ALBUM
 
A tribute album to Chicago blues wouldn’t be complete without an appearance by two of the city’s most beloved bluesmen, Buddy Guy and James Cotton. Both appear on the all-star recording, “Chicago Blues: A Living History - The Revolution Continues.”
 
More than 50 years of blues are updated by Chicago’s premier players, including Billy Boy Arnold who sings “He’s A Jelly Roll Baker.”  The song is traced to the year 1942 when guitar great Lonnie Johnson recorded it on the Bluebird label.


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JOE BONAMASSA:
    
 
Joe Bonamassa, proud blues rocker, joins Elwood. He talks about growing up in his folks’ guitar shop, the ups and downs of DIY, and cites some influences. These will be played: Led Zeppelin, BB King, Otis Rush. A busy man, Joe also has a side project with former members of Black Sabbath and Led Zeppelin, Black Country Communion. Elwood will spin a track from that. Also: brand new music from the eclectic Soul of John Black. This week, a chance for five of you to win Bluesland, a new CD from Juno winner Bill Bourne and the Free Radio Band. Don’t forget to register to win a gorgeous, custom Jorma Kaukonen Model Martin Acoustic Guitar. All right here.
 
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Over 500 festivals are listed on the website www.BluesFestivalGuide.com
Tarragona Blues
Monday-Sunday, July 4-17 
Tarragona, Tarragona, Spain
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Cisco Ottawa Bluesfest
Tuesday-Sunday, July 5-17
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
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Wreckhouse International Jazz & Blues Festival
Wednesday-Saturday, July 13-16
St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada
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Etna in Blues
Thursday-Saturday, July 14-16
Mascalucia, Catania, Italy
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Sioux Falls Jazz & Blues Festival
Thursday-Saturday, July 14-16
Sioux Falls, SD, U.S.
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Big Rib BBQ & Blues Fest
Thursday-Sunday, July 14-17
Rochester, NY, U.S.
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California WorldFest 2011 15th Annual
Thursday-Sunday, July 14-17
Grass Valley, California, U.S.
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Ain't Nothin But The Blues Festival
Friday-Saturday, July 15-16
Bloomington, Illinois, U.S.
LINK
BBQ'Loo & Blues Too
Friday-Saturday, July 15-16 
Waterloo, Iowa, U.S.
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The Bogart Music Festival
Friday-Saturday, July 15-16
Uric, Missouri, U.S.
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Sterling Main Street Blues Festival
Friday-Saturday, July 15-16
Sterling, IL, U.S.
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23rd Annual Beaches International Jazz Festival
Friday-Sunday, July 15-24
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
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Bluesfest International
Friday-Sunday, July 15-17
Windsor, Ontario, Canada
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Frankford Island Blues Festival
Friday-Sunday, July 15-17
Quinte West-Frankford, Ontario, Canada
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The Great South Bay Music Festival
Friday-Sunday, July 15-17
Patchogue, NY, U.S. 
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Winthrop Rhythm & Blues Festival
Friday-Sunday, July 15-17 
Winthrop, Washington, U.S. 
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6th Annual Blue Ridge Blues & BBQ Festival
Saturday, July 16
Roanoke, Virginia, U.S.
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Lakefront Jazz and Blues Festival
Saturday, July 16
Prior Lake, Minnesota, U.S.
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Playing with Fire
Saturday, July 16
Omaha, Nebraska, U.S.
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Winchester Blues House Festival
Saturday, July 16
Winchester, Virginia, U.S.
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Green River Festival
Saturday-Sunday, July 16-17
Greenfield, MA, U.S.
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North Atlantic Blues Festival
Saturday-Sunday, July 16-17
Rockland, Maine, U.S.
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Blues Under The Bridge
Sunday, July 17
Colorado Springs, CO, U.S.
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Mt. Tremblant International Blues Festival
Friday- Sunday, July 8-17
Mt. Tremblant, Quebec, Canada
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1st Annual Fern Hall Backyard Blues Bash
Sunday, July 17
Carbondale Twp., Pennsylvania, U.S.
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Festival Beauport en Blues
Thursday-Saturday, July 21-23
Quebec, Quebec, Canada
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"Marco Fiume Blues Passion" Memorial Festival
Friday-Sunday, July 22-24
Rossano, Calabria, Italy
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Oxford Blues Festival
Friday-Sunday, July 22-24
Oxford, Mississippi, U.S.
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PEI Blues Cruise
Friday-Sunday, July 22-24
Cavendish, Prince Edward Island, Canada 
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