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June 22, 2012

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Volume 7/Issue  25

TABLE  OF  CONTENTS

CD & DVD Releases

Video of The Week

Record Label News

The BluesMobile

Festival Calendar

About Us

News Flash

Blues Society News

Buddy and Hopkins

Roots Blues Airplay Charts   

 

CD & DVD Releases

Juke Joint Jonny : PURE AND SIMPLE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pure and Simple marks the national debut of JUKE JOINT JONNY on BLUES LEAF RECORDS. Jonny's a bluesman, bandleader, singer, songwriter, session player and acoustic guitar fingerpicker who's been rambling and professing the blues for 40+ years. He's played throughout Europe, Canada, Hawaii, the U.S. East and West Coasts as well as on the Mississippi River Blues Trail from Clarksdale to Minneapolis.

 

Early in his career, Jonny played with Tom Fogerty of Creedence Clearwater Revival, Michael Barretto and Steve Wilcox who would eventually become sidemen for Taj Mahal and Candye Kane, as well as a stint with Beverly Stovall.

 

In the late 90's he met Albert Castiglia who asked Jonny to sit in with The HooDooman's Band and Sandra Hall on a lengthy string of East Coast gigs. From 2007- 2010, he led a star-studded show at McLoone's Supper Club that boasted Sandy Mack, Ron Rauso, Bluesleaf Studio sidemen, members of the Tommy Dorsey Band and many other top-notch players. Between those gigs, Jonny led smaller blues combos and trios, in addition to performing many solo gigs and has twice played The Jersey Shore Jazz and Blues Festival. In 2010 Juke Joint moved to California.

 

Pure and Simple shows Jonny's songwriting prowess and his mastery of the many styles he embraced over the years. Using his acoustic six and 12 string guitars as well as his "Lived it" signature vocal style, he effortlessly weaves together 10 originals, serving up a blues-soaked buffet of New Orleans, Piedmont, Jump, Delta and slide-inflected tunes steeped in history and emotion. The ballad "Changes" is the album's surprise ending--but no jumping ahead! He also covers Muddy Waters' "Going Down to Main Street" (in homage to Levon Helm) from Muddy's Woodstock Album, and the Jimmy Rodgers standard, "That's All Right."

 

Recorded in California and New Jersey, this album showcases a Who's Who list of veteran musicians including Mitch Woods, Bluesleaf Friends, Albert Castiglia and Sandy Mack as well as Rustee Allen, Steve Lucky and the horn section of Mike Rinta and Kenny "snakebite" Jacobs. Juke Joint Jonny has arrived, Pure and Simple.

 

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Listen Now!

RJ Mischo : MAKE IT GOOD

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

We have RJ Mischo's older brother Mike to thank for having the foresight to present his younger sibling with his first Hohner Marine Band Harmonica around the age of twelve. That very same brother was also responsible for aligning Mischo's career trajectory by taking him to see a Muddy Waters concert when he was only 16-years old. Sitting just a mere 10-feet away from the pioneering blues legend at the Bel Ray Ballroom in Minneapolis, Minnesota, Mischo was awe-struck. Witnessing Waters' magnetic performance instilled a life-long hunger and appreciation for the blues that Mischo continues to nourish to this day.

 

His Delta Groove debut, "Make It Good," is RJ Mischo's tenth release and he makes good on the promise of that title by delivering a high-octane fueled album—complete with 100% original material—backed by a formidable stable of talent featuring Austin's foremost blues elite. Mischo explains: "I was at the King Biscuit Blues Festival watching a performance of Anson Funderburgh when the vision for this album came to me. I knew the drummer Wes Starr lived in Austin, Texas. I asked him right then and there if he would be interested in working with me on this project." Joining Starr on the Austin sessions are guitarists Nick Curran and Johnny Moeller, bassist Ronnie James Weber, and pianist Nick Connolly. Drummer Richard Medek, and Mischo's old pal, guitarist Jeremy Johnson, are also on board for a couple of lowdown tracks recorded in St. Paul, Minnesota. Prepare yourself for some big blues and a little rock 'n roll, on what most assuredly adds up to one of RJ Mischo's toughest sounding and most satisfying ventures yet…make it good indeed!

 

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News Flash

PRAIRIE DOG BLUES FESTIVAL

 

 2 DAYS – 2 STAGES – 12 BANDS

July 27 & 28, 2012

 

 

The Prairie Dog Blues Festival is held every year on historic St. Feriole Island, right on the Mississippi River and nestled between jagged cliffs and green hills untouched by the Ice Age! 

 

 

 

Once you get that cold drink in your hand, great tunes in your ear and good, friendly people all around, you’ll realize you’re at one of the most beautiful venues anywhere. You’ll soon be calling yourself a Prairie Dogger! Blues and Roots music from Chicago Blues to West Coast Jump, hard-driving Mississippi Hill Country Blues, New Orleans horns and Texas Boogie, Zydeco, Gospel, Blues Rock – We’ve got it all!

 

This year's festival features: Shemekia Copeland, JJ Grey & Mofro, Rick Estrin & The Nightcats, Trampled Under Foot, Indigenous, Harper, The Steepwater Band, Tweed Funk, Gerome Durham & The All-Star Band, Matthew Curry & The Fury, Terry Quiett & Alex Wilson Band.

 

 

Tickets and camping are available by calling 1-888-567-1567 or online at www.prairiedogblues.com. Information on accommodations can be found at www.prairieduchien.org or by calling 800-732-1673.

Visit our website for a chance to win free tickets to the Fest!

 

 

 

The Prairie Dog is one of the most laid-back blues festivals out there! It is located on St. Feriole Island in a beautiful city park right on the Mississippi River. Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin founded in the late 1600's has a ton of history and Zachory Taylor 12th U.S. president and Jefferson Davis who later became the president of the Confederate States were both stationed at Ft. Crawford on St. Feriole Island. Wisconsin's most toured historical site The Villa Louis (A Stunning Fully Restored Victorian Mansion) is located on the island next to the fest grounds. Just get to Prairie du Chien the end of July and friendly locals will direct you across the small bridge to The Island.

 

 

There are some hard choices to be made at The Prairie Dog! You can either get up out of your chair, stretch and walk a few yards to the beer tent or you can have one of these lovely ladies bring your drink to you! Decisions, decisions!

 

 

Camp right on site with your friends and meet new friends! Typical walk from your site to the gate of the festival is 200-300 yards. Food & drink as well as campfires, singing, playing music and telling stories is strongly encouraged. It is a 1 block walk off The Island and you are downtown surrounded by family owned pubs, restaurants and small retail stores. If staying in a motel is more your style, blues fest shuttles will get you to the fest in a 5 minute drive or less! Click for more

 


 

PITTSBURGH BLUES FESTIVAL & YOU HELP THE FOOD BANK!

 

Pittsburgh Blues Festival is the largest fundraiser of the year for Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank. The 18th Annual Pittsburgh Blues Festival, presented by People's Natural Gas, takes place July 20-22 at Hartwood Acres, a fabulous county park just outside Pittsburgh.

 

This year’s spectacular line-up features the “Kings of Boogie,” Canned Heat, the first lady of the blues, Mavis Staples, the legendary Bobby “Blue” Bland, 8th generation Creole, Terrance Simien & the Zydeco Experience, Bernard Allison (son of the late great Luther Allison), Jimmy Thackery & the Drivers, Anthony Gomes, Albert Cummings and Barbara Blue, plus great local bands. KidZone (with arts, crafts, healthy snacks), raffles (more than $10,000 worth of raffle prizes!), merchandise vendors, and plenty of food!

 

 

Admission on Friday is FREE with bag of groceries to donate to the Food Bank! Kids 12 and under always free – free parking too! Personal cooler donation fee: $10.00 (feeds a hungry kid for a week!). All proceeds help to feed hungry people in South Western Pennsylvania.

More info & tickets: www.pghblues.com or 412-460-BLUE. 

 


 

 BERKELEY JUNTEENTH FESTIVAL CELEBRATES 25 YEARS

 

 

(BerkeleySide)   The Emancipation Proclamation signed by President Lincoln on January 1, 1863, freed slaves from southern states in rebellion against the United States during the Civil War. News of the signing did not reach Galveston, Texas until June 19, 1865. On June 19th (shortened to JUNETEENTH), slaves flooded the streets, rejoicing in their newly discovered freedom. The sweet smell of barbecue smoke filled the air! Dancing feet pounded the ground and voices sung out, as this day, JUNETEENTH, would forever commemorate African American freedom!

  

Juneteenth is the oldest nationally celebrated commemoration of the ending of slavery in the United States. For Berkeley this is a particularly special year, as on Sunday, June 24 the city’s annual Juneteenth Festival will be celebrating its Silver Anniversary.

The festivities, which run from 10am to 6pm, take place along Adeline Street, between Ashby and Alcatraz streets, and include a dynamic lineup of entertainers and performers with a vast array of blues, jazz, reggae and new school music, along with a multitude of arts, crafts, cultural events and ethnic foods. Berkeleyside will be there too to enjoy the celebrations, and as an official media sponsor.

 

This year’s festival theme is: “We’re Still Standing!” — a testament to how long the festival has been held for residents throughout the Bay Area.  “Many black festivals have come and gone over the years,” said Delores Nochi Cooper, Festival Publicity Chair. “However, the Berkeley Juneteenth Festival has been steadfast in its longevity to mark the celebration, and recognize this important historical event in the lives of African Americans.” Twenty-four years ago, co-founders Sam Dyke and his late-partner R.D. Bonds canvassed the community who recommended that something should be done to bring consciousness back to the community. From that, Juneteenth in Berkeley evolved.

 

“Juneteenth is a cultural day in celebration of all the many contributions that we as a people have made in America,” said Dyke, owner of People’s Bazaar. “Juneteenth has a black significance, and those of us who celebrate Juneteenth look at this celebration the same way others look at the Fourth of July.”

 

Festival-goers are encouraged to take BART using Ashby station to get to the festival. For more information about the Berkeley Juneteenth Festival, call (510) 655-8008 or visit Berkeley Juneteenth.

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DON'T MISS YOUR CHANCE TO WIN THIS CRUISE!

Less than 2 weeks left to enter for your chance to win an ocean-view cabin for 2 on Legendary Rhythm & Blues Cruise #19 at www.SailWithTTB.com! Winner announced July 4th.

 

 

The cruise is over 90% sold and will be sailing the exotic Southeastern Caribbean Oct. 27 ~ Nov. 3, 2012 from San Juan, P.R. to Dominica, Martinique, Barbados and St. Lucia.

 

Artists include: Taj Mahal Trio, Tedeschi Trucks Band, Brooks Family Blues Dynasty (Lonnie, Ronnie & Wayne Baker Brooks), Buckwheat Zydeco, Bobby Rush Revue, Legendary Rhythm & Blues Revue (Tommy Castro Band, Magic Dick, Ronnie Baker Brooks & Deanna Bogart), North Mississippi All-Stars, Ruthie Foster Band, Lil' Ed & The Blues Imperials, The Nighthawks, Ana Popovic, Trampled Under Foot, Carolina Chocolate Drops, Shane Dwight and many more!

 

Reserve your cabin at (816) 753-7979 or BluesCruise.com

 


 

 TALL CITY BLUES FESTIVAL

 

Tall City Blues Fest, nestled in downtown Midland, TX, will host more than 23 different performers this year! "Located in the heart of West Texas, halfway between Dallas and El Paso on the I-20 corridor, Midland was a perfect void begging for a blues festival", said Lisa Grissom, Producer of this year's Festival.

 

In it's 2nd year, this Festival showcases award-winning blues acts accompanied by emerging talent across four stages (3 outdoor and 1 indoor). The Festival also offers educational clinics, a Zydeco street dance, a Gospel Brunch & Blues Jam, family activity areas, juke joints, midnight jam sessions, interactive hospitality stations, art and memorabilia auctions and food vendors. 

 

 

This year's headliners are Tommy Castro (Saturday Night) andJames 'Boogaloo' Bolden Blues Band (Friday Night). Tommy Castro is a multiple Blues Music Awards winner and James Bolden, having been B.B. King's Band Leader for 32 years, is also an award-winning performer.

 

Bolden and his band have been voted Best Blues Band by Downbeat Magazine, received a W.C. Handy Award for Best Blues Band of the Year and performed at the White House for five Presidents with B.B King and the Duke Ellington Orchestra.

 

In addition to the music, this year's Festival will also offer nine different educational clinics, including harmonica 101 and advanced, harmonica for kids, blues bass 101, country blues finger-picking, bottleneck slide, acoustic blues, songwriting and cigar box guitar building. In addition to the clinics, Apple (in conjunction with Best Buy) will be conducting Garage Bandand iPhoto demonstrations and the Festival will also hostThe Real Blues Tour, a multi-media, travelguide performance that showcases the history of blues beginning in the early 1900's.

 

Tall City Blues Festival is an indoor/outdoor, family-friendly music festival. Our mission is to create an experience like none other that brings award-winning blues & roots music to West Texas and makes people feel enlightened, joy-filled & loved.

SAVE THE DATES: July 26-29, 2012!

  

 

 

 

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 FINGER LAKES GRASSROOTS FESTIVAL OF MUSIC AND DANCE

 

Join us July 19-22 in Trumansburg, NY (near Ithaca) as we celebrate four days and four nights of music, art, and evolution.  The 22nd annual GrassRoots Festival of Music and Dance will feature 70 bands on four stages, including our hosts Donna The Buffalo, Jamaican reggae legends The Meditations, rulers of the American reggae scene John Brown's Body, Sahara desert blues diva Khaira Arby, New Orleans' own ReBirth Brass Band, country music superstar George Jones, globe-conquering Malian rappers SMOD, Zimbabwean freedom fighter Thomas Mapfumo and the Blacks Unlimited, songwriter and social commentator Jill Sobule, sacred steel kings the Campbell Brothers, Ithaca's own world-pop phenomenon the Sim Redmond Band, Native American blues rocker Keith Secola and his Wild Band of Indians, rulers of Miami's Haitian music scene Revelation Mizik, Latin dub rock jammers Locos Por Juana, afropop-funk-soul fusionists Thousands of One, and dub mashup JSan and the Big Mean. All proceeds from the GrassRoots Festival benefit the arts, education, and the global fight against AIDS.

 

Visit www.grassrootsfest.org for more information, tickets, camping info, the full lineup, band descriptions, and more!

 


 

2012 CHICAGO BLUES FESTIVAL PAYS TRIBUTE

 

 

Celebrating Blues Past & Present was this year's theme at Chicago Blues Festival featuring tributes to some Blues legends from our past. Here are a few highlights. (All photos are © BratGirlmedia Amy Brat)

 

Diunna Greenleaf and Blue Mercy played to a huge crowd at Chicago Blues Fest with Jonn Del Toro Richardson on guitar and special guests Bob Margolin and Bob Corritore.

 

PHOTO: Bob Corritore and Diunna Greenleaf

 

The Hubert Sumlin Tribute featured Steady Rollin' Bob Margolin, Eddie Shaw, Dave Specter, Bob Corritore, Johnny Iguana, Kenny “Beedy Eyes” Smith and Bob Stroger.

 

PHOTO: Dave Specter, Bob Margolin and Eddie Shaw

 

Celebrating Muddy Waters Disciples - Pinetop Perkins, Willie Big Eyes Smith & Mojo Buford featured performances by Steady Rollin' Bob Margolin, Mud Morganfield, Kenny ”Beedy Eye’s” Smith, Barrelhouse

Chuck, Lil Frank, Bob Stroger, Joe Filisko and Bob Corritore.

 

PHOTO: Mud Morganfield, Bob Corritore, Bob Margolin and Kenny Smith on drums

 

 Celebrating Women in Blues – A Tribute to KoKo Taylor featured Melvia “Chick” Rodgers, Jackie Scott, Deitra Farr, Nora Jean Wallace and The KoKo Taylor Blues Machine Band at the Petrillo Music Shell.

 

PHOTO: Vino Louden and Nora Jean Wallace

 

Mavis Staples closed the festival to a sea of fans at the Petrillo Music Shell with some amazing Gospel-laced Blues.

 

PHOTO: Mavis Staples 

 

More than 500,000 visitors came through this year's Chicago Blues Festival! More info

 


 

INTERNATIONAL SONGWRITING COMPETITION (ISC)

NOW TAKING SUBMISSIONS

 

 

Now is your chance to enter what the NY Times calls “the songwriting competition to take note of,” and for a chance to share in over $150,000 in cash and prizes, including a Grand Prize of $25,000 cash and over $25,000 in prizes. Renowned for having the most prestigious judges of any music competition in the world, ISC’s judging panel is comprised of high-profile recording artists and influential music industry professionals. Judges for this year include: Jeff Beck, Derek Trucks, Susan Tedeschi, John Mayall, James Cotton, Bruce Iglauer (President, Alligator Records) and many more. For entry information and a complete list of judges, please visit:  www.songwritingcompetition.com 

 


 

 

   


 

Video of The Week

Big Mama Thorton : Hound Dog

 

  

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Blues Society News

Seattle Premiere of "Music in The Big House" June 23rd

 

 

(Washington Blues Society FB)

Rita Chiarelli, an award-winning Canadian recording artist, took a pilgrimage to the birthplace of the blues, Louisiana State Maximum Security Penitentiary a.k.a Angola Prison. She never imagined that her love of the blues would lead her to a historic jailhouse performance with inmates serving life sentences for murder, rape and armed robbery.

 

Part concert film, part observational essay, Music From the Big House is a story of redemption. Taking place in Angola State Prison—an ex-slave plantation and the largest maximum-security facility in the U.S.—Canadian singer Rita Chiarelli organizes a concert with the prisoners. Starring many men who won’t ever be freed, Chiarelli facilitates the return of blues to its origins. The inmates are characterized by their performances, not their crimes, their smiles and sways reiterating the power of the blues: a medium where a sense of liberation can be found through the music itself.

 

This musical journey is a glimpse into what used to be the bloodiest prison in America, but now gives lifers something to live for through the power of music. In contrast to sensational stories of convicts, we witness remarkable voices of hope as their love of music radiates humanity and redemption on their quest for forgiveness.

 

The movie will be screened June 23rd, 7 pm, at the Northwest Film Forum in Seattle, WA. Rita Chiarelli herself will be at the screening in person and will perform!

  

Rita Chiarelli is a Maple Award winner, the highest award given to Canadian blues musicians and having her perform after the screening makes this a double win for those wanting to have a night out with the blues.  Tickets and more info

Record Label News

Severn Records is Proud of Tad Robinson

 

Congratulations to our very own Tad Robinson, recipient of the 2012 Ralph Adams Lifetime Achievement Award! The ceremony, sponsored in part by A Great Day in Indy and WICR, took place June 21st at Daddy

Real's the Place in Indianapolis, IN.

 

"Robinson places near the top of the list of the finest living singers of soul blues."  Downbeat Magazine

 

Since 2005 Tad has received seven Blues Music Award nominations for his three Severn releases (Did You Ever Wonder, A New Point of View, Back in Style). His fourth CD for us is due out later this year.

 

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The BluesMobile

Joe Nosek

 

New old school Chicago blues this week in the BluesmobileJoe Nosek, one of TWO frontmen for the Cash Box Kings, joins Elwood to talk about the Chicago blues, and how the band got the name. The Kings' record, HOLLER AND STOMP, will be played, along with Muddy Waters, Sunny Boy Williamson, Howlin' Wolf, Jimmy Reed, John Lee Hooker, Otis Rush, Billy Boy Arnold, and John Primer. Plus: New music from roots veteran Eric Bibb.

 

 

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WIN A TRIP TO SEE SANTANA

at The House of Blues Las Vegas!

 

 

Contest runs for a limited time only:

June 1 through June 22

Enter Here

 

Presented By:

 

 

One lucky prize winner (and a friend)

wins a trip to see SANTANA

House of Blues Las Vegas! 

 

This trip includes two (2) round-trip airfare tickets to Las Vegas

3 nights’ hotel accommodations in Las Vegas

2 tickets to the House of Blues - a special evening with:

SANTANA: Greatest Hits Live Concert

Dinner for two at the Foundation Room

(House of Blues' private five star dining)

$250 American Express gift card!! 

   

 

 TheBluesMobile.Com!

 

 For a list of stations where you can find Bluesmobile Radio

 

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Mount Helena Music Festival

Friday-Saturday

June 22nd-23rd 2012

Helena, Montana USA

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T Bone Walker Fest

Friday-Saturday,

June 22nd-23rd 2012

Linden, Texas, USA

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Monterey Bay Blues Festival

Friday-Sunday

June 22nd-24th 2012

Monterey, California USA

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Utah Arts Festival

Thursday-Sunday

June 21st-24th 2012

Salt Lake City, Utah USA

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Donkey Creek Festival

 Friday-Sunday

June 22nd-24th 2012

Gillette, Wyoming USA

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Alpena Blues Festival

Friday-Saturday

June 22nd-23rd 2012

Alpena, Michigan USA

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Ameno Blues Festival

Friday-Sunday

June 22nd-24th 2012

Ameno, Piemonte - Lago D'Orta, Italy

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 Turtle Creek Casino's

Annual Blues Fest

Friday-Sunday

June 22nd-24th 2012

Williamsburg, Virginia USA

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Bayou Boogaloo

& Cajun Food Festival

Friday-Sunday

June 22nd-24th 2012

Norfolk, Virginia USA

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Great Eldorado BBQ,

Brews & Blues Festival

 Friday-Saturday

June 22nd-23rd 2012

Reno, Nevada USA

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VIII Mojo Station

Blues Festival - Rome 2012

Friday-Saturday

June 22nd-23rd 2012

Rome, Italy

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Stratford Blues and Ribfest

Friday-Sunday

June 22nd-24th 2012

Stratford, Ontario Canada

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Fort Smith River Front

Blues Festival

 Friday-Saturday

June 22nd-23rd 2012

Fort Smith, Arkansas USA

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Paulie's NOLA

Jazz n' Blues Festival

Saturday-Sunday

June 23rd-24th 2012

Worcester, Massachusetts USA

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South Bend Blues & Ribs Fest

Saturday

June 23rd 2012

South Bend, Indiana USA

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Long Beach Bayou &

Mardi Gras Festival

Saturday-Sunday

June 23rd-24th 2012 

Long Beach, California USA

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Colonial Beach

Rock N Blues Festival

 Saturday-Sunday

June 23rd-24th 2012

Colonial Beach, Virginia USA

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Safeway's 20th Annual

National Barbecue Battle

Saturday-Sunday

June 23rd-24th 2012

Washington, DC USA

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Madison Blues Society

10th Annual Blues Picnic

 Saturday

June 23rd 2012

Madison, Wisconsin USA

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Summertime Blues Festival

Saturday

June 23rd 2012

Havre de Grace, Maryland USA

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Montreal Jazz Fest

Thursday, June 28th

Saturday, July 7th 2012

Montreal, Quebec Canada

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13th Annual

Twin Cities Jazz Festival

 Thursday-Saturday

June 28th-30th 2012

St. Paul, Minnesota USA

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