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Blues Festival Guide

April 5, 2013

Volume 8/Issue  14


Greetings From Your Editor...

Attn: Festival Promoters & Artists

News Flash

Calling all Blues Societies...

Help Raise The Roof

Buddy and Hopkins

Roots Blues Airplay Charts

Advertise with BFG... 2013 Magazine Ad deadline extended

CD & DVD Releases

Blues Society News

Got Blues Society News?

Elwood's BluesMobile

Festival Calendar

About Us

Greetings From Your Editor...

Happy Birthday Muddy Waters...

April 4th, 2013 marks the 100th birthday of the great McKinley Morganfield aka Muddy Waters. I discovered a cool video that begins with him sharing a story about his life. It proceeds into amazing, live footage of him performing some of his great and iconic music that continues to move and inspire generations. Get your Muddy fix with "Video of Tne Week in this issue.


Yes, long live the King Bee! 


Holy cow... there's so much going on from Arkansa to Finland to Detroit to Switzerland and other groovy points in between, that you're going to have to just checkout this issue closely to plan your blues calendar! 


Go get your dang mojo working! You won't regret it!


Your ever-grateful editor... Michele Lundeen


Correction: Last week the headine for Elwood's BluesMobile should have said Roots & Eric Clapton. 


If you missed your latest (or any) copy of the Weekly e-Guide, you can  find back issues in our archives on our website!

Advertise with BFG...

2013 Magazine Ad deadline extended


Ad deadline extended: What project or festival are you working on? Your friends at RBA Publishing invite you to participate in the 11th Annual BLUES FESTIVAL GUIDE print magazine Advertisers get results!


Our popular, annual Blues publication has 100,000 free circulation throughout U.S. and Canada, offers great rates, and features entertaining editorial by Blues’ top aficionados, and of course, dozens of festivals.


The entire print magazine will also be digitized. Blues fans around the world can read the entire magazine in Digital Format. This increases circulation without using up natural resources or increasing the cost of advertising. You don't want to miss out on this once-a-year marketing opportunity. Ad sizes for every budget.


Festival Section (Festival Ads only)

Full Page 7.25” x 9” • $1432   ~   1/2 Page 7.25” x 4.125” • $746


General Section

Full Page 7.25” x 9.5” • $1787

Half Page Horizontal 7.25” x 4.625” • $899

Half Page Vertical 3.5” x 9.5” • $899

1/4 Page 3.5” x 4.625” • $535

1/6 Page 2.25” x 4.625” • $370

1/8 Page 3.5” x 2.25” • $299

1/3 Page 2.25” x 9.5” • $660


We know that our award-winning annual publication will be a great marketing vehicle for your business and hope that you can join us as an advertiser. Download our entire Media Kit Here 


Your Blues Festival Guide crew is standing by to assist you. We make advertising affordable, easy, effective and fun!

Thanks, Kaati, Cheryl, Michele, Diana, Robyn, Tracey, Terry, Florencia, Debbie and Irene


Contact us TODAY!  ~  775-337-8344

Space Reservation: NOW   ~   Street Date: April 21

RBA Publishing Inc. P.O. Box 50635, Reno, NV 89513

Attn: Festival Promoters & Artists


FESTIVAL PROMOTERS... Time to post your 2013 festival information on the Blues Festival Guide website. It's FREE and the sooner you put the info on ourwebsite the sooner fans will see it and be able to plan their Blues Festival adventures. ARTISTS & PROMOTERS... you can post gigs for free. Go, click on SUBMIT GIG/CONCERT and fill in blanks. It will appear in our Gig/Concert calendar within 24 hours.

From Blues Festival Guide publisher, Kaati:

Attention Blues Festival Promoters: RAISE THE ROOF

Here is a unique opportunity for you to get yourself and your festival attendees involved with the exciting Blues Foundation's RAISE THE ROOF: Campaign for the Blues Hall of Fame


The Blues Hall of Fame pays tribute to the greatest of the genre and educates new people about the genre. The Blues Foundation has been inducting people into the Blues Hall of Fame for years; it was a simple evening with web presence. Nothing permanent. But now we need physical presence.


We are working with the Blues Foundation and a myriad of artists and organizations to spread the word about this noble cause. Because we are right in the middle of preparing for festival season, this is the perfect time for you to get involved as well and it requires just a small amount of effort.


Here is a link with more details about the Blues Hall of Fame campaign. Our goal is to help raise awareness (this is where you come in) in order to raise funds to reach the goal of 3.5 million. We know you are busy with your event but here are some easy, quick and free ways you can get the word out about this worthwhile campaign.


What you can do: Add Blues Hall of Fame logo to your website

- Add BHF banner ad to your website - Include BHF ad in your Program

- MC announcements from stage - Pass out brochure to your attendees


Please make a commitment to this cause and let’s use the momentum of the festival season to create awareness! How does someone donate? Donate online. Call me if you want to share ideas or to get an ad for your website or program.



775 337 8626 or

CD & DVD Releases

Southern Hospiltality :: EASY LIVIN'

Easy Livin', Southern Hospitality’s debut for Blind Pig is getting a big buzz... "A compelling mixture of Southern roots music that is equal parts gut-wrenching blues, New Orleans jazz and funk, hot-buttered soul and Jerry Lee Lewis-style piano boogie ... "Easy Livin'" is a fitting soundtrack for everything good about the South,"  says the Albany Herald.


Southern Hospitality is comprised of lap steel guitar master Damon Fowler, guitarist extraordinaire JP Soars, and keyboard wizard Victor Wainwright. With echoes of Muscle Shoals and Macon, these dynamic young sons of Dixie draw on their rich heritage of Southern soul, blues, and rock music to create a fresh translation of Americana and Southern roots music with a modern sensibility. The three artists are musician's musicians, each bringing his unique style and skill set to the mix. Together their mutual chemistry, high energy and tuneful talents create a cohesive, vibrant vision of original American roots music.


Easy Livin' was produced by Tab Benoit, winner of three Blues Music Awards this year, including the prestigious "B.B. King Entertainer of the Year." Says Tab, “Damon, Victor, and JP are the future of roots music."


Click to play

More info...


Ohio-based Singer/songwriter Lisa Biales new CD, Singing in My Soul, will be released April 16 on Big Song Music. Lisa is backed on the new CD by Cincinnati-based pianist Ricky Nye (who also produced the album) and the Paris Blues Band (and yes, they really are from France), which includes Thibaut Chopin on upright bass, Anthony Stelmaszack on guitar and Simon “Shuffle” Boyer on drums.


The 10 cuts on Singing in My Soul reflect Lisa’s diverse musical tastes, as she covers everything from gospel (Sister Rosetta Tharpe’s “Strange Things Happening Every Day” and the title track); blues (Mississippi John Hurt’s “Let the Mermaids Flirt with Me,” Sippie Wallace’s “You Got to Know How” and W. C. Handy’s “Careless Love”); old time pop (Blu Lu Barker’s “A Little Bird Told Me,” Peggy Lee’s “Waiting for the Train to Come In”); and even a beautiful slow ballad version of the doo-wop classic, “I Only Have Eyes for You”. Lisa’s lone original song on the album, “MagicGarden,” a tune she wrote in a playful finger-style guitar framework, fits in perfectly amongst the rest of the repertoire. Of special note is her wondrous take of “Write Me in Care of the Blues,” a song she found doing research for the play “Always, Patsy Cline,” in which Biales was cast in the leading role for the local production.


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More info...

News Flash



Michael John's 8th Annual Ventura County Blues Festival takes place Saturday, April 27, 2013 at Moorpark College, 7075 Campus Rd., Moorpark, CA. Gates open 10am and music starts 11am. Presented by the Ventura County Blues Society, this year's festival includes Johnny Rivers (pictured below lt) and Savoy Brown featuring Kim Simmonds (pictured above), Kenny Neal (pictured below rt), keyboardist-vocalist Dona Oxford, Preston Smith and the Crocodiles, Michael John and the Bottom Line and special guest emcee, actor/musician, Mickey Jones.


Michael John's Ventura County Blues Festival, formerly the Simi Valley Blues Festival, is the vision of Simi Valley resident Michael John Basowski. John, (who also recently founded the Ventura County Blues Society), has been a musician all his life and had always dreamed that someday he could help make an impact on his community.


Tickets are $25 in advance, $30 day-of-show, kids 12 and under free with adult. There’s food and craft vendors, a guitar giveaway signed by all the artists, a special kid's area and silent auction including a new, autographed Fender guitar signed by Johnny Rivers plus a photo opportunity with Rivers.


Find more information see or call the festival hotline: (805) 501-7122. Festival proceeds benefit the American Diabetes Association and local charities.


The River City Blues Society of Virginia is proud to announce the inaugural ParkFest Blues Festival on May 11, 2013, at Pocahontas State Park in Chesterfield County, Virginia. 


The event will kickoff with local blues bands, Andrew Alli & Last Night Blues Band (bottom) and the Mike Lucci Band (below lt). The music will continue with a regional favorite, Mikey Jr. (below rt), from Philadelphia, PA, playing a wicked harmonica. South Florida native, Albert Castiglia (lt) and his band will take the stage playing hot guitar and timely blues lyrics. The evening will end with Washington area favorite and Blues Music Award winner, The Nighthawks (top).


The festival will not only showcase the blues music of local, regional and national artists, but also the gem that is Virginia’s largest state park, Pocahontas State Park, in Chesterfield County. The festival is set in the Heritage Amphitheater where there is not a bad seat in the house as the stage is elevated. There is ample parking, plenty of shade. The amphitheater has seating and a grassy slope where spectators can set up chairs and blankets.


An interactive exhibit on loan from the Library of Virginia regarding blues music and its roots in American and Virginia music will be on site. This live exhibit will also offer acoustic blues during the stage breaks with opportunities for attending musicians. There will also be a Vendor Park with food and beverages.


RCBS also announces that profits raised will benefit the Special Olympics of Virginia. SOVA is a sports organization that has celebrated the spirit, courage and determination of children and adult athletes with mental disabilities.


The River City Blues Society is a 501(c)3 dedicated to the preservation and to the promotion of blues music in Central Virginia. More information and tickets for ParkFest Blues Festival can be found at



Simi Valley Cajun & Blues Music Festival




Rick Estrin, according to The San Francisco Chronicle, "is an amazing harmonica player, a soulful lead vocalist and a brilliant songwriter." The award-winning musician, another critic said, "sounds like Little Walter playing and singing Leiber and Stoller." Along with The Nightcats- jaw-dropping guitarist Chris "Kid" Andersen (pictured below rt w-Estrin), singing drummer (who plays standing up) J. Hansen and dynamic multi-instrumentalist Lorenzo Farrell (electric and acoustic bass, organ and piano) - Rick Estrin serves up fresh and modern original blues injected with a solid dose of gritty roadhouse rock 'n' roll.


The 24th Annual Simi Valley Cajun & Blues Music Festival will be held on Saturday and Sunday of Memorial Day weekend, May 25th & 26th, 2013. 2013 promises to continue our tradition of bringing fans a full weekend of nonstop award-winning entertainment, more food choices than you can sample in two days, and activities to keep kids of all ages entertained too.


The Cajun & Zydeco Stage will showcase continuous music each day featuring the best Cajun, Creole and Zydeco music acts.


The Blues Stage will feature some of the most talented and renowned blues and roots acts in the world both Saturday and Sunday.


Both stages feature lots of viewing space plus large dance floors. In addition, this family friendly event has a giant kids area featuring bouncers, rock walls, specialty acts, crafts and talent shows. There are also food booths and many crafts and merchandise booths.


Tickets available now at:



Rod Piazza and the Mighty Flyers, known for their high energy blend of jump, West Coast and Chicago blues, will headline the High Desert Music Festival and BBQ Showdown, April 20-21, 2013 at the Victorville Fairgrounds, Victorville, CA.


The lineup includes performances by Grammy nominated bluesman, Ray Brooks (below lt); blues stylings by Oakland’s renowned Caravan of All Stars and an appearance by the toe-stomping Blue Henrys (below rt). The two day - two stage event also features the sounds of crowd favorites Wumbloozo (bottom rt) and the music of Big Papa and the TCB. Award winning youth ensembles Detour 91 and the Chase Walker Band are also among the main stage acts.



Brooks, a Texas blues man, worked with blues legends Floyd Dixon, Clarence “Gatemouth” Brown and Freddie King. He earned a Grammy nomination for “Walk Out Like A Lady.”


Piazza is a tried-and-true blues veteran with credentials that are second to none. His numerous awards, recordings and appearances have set the standards for excellence. From his first recordings as a leader in 1967 fronting The Dirty Blues Band, through his multiple W.C. Handy Awards with his current band The Mighty Flyers, his countless performances both live and in the studio, have set a standard for harmonica virtuosity.


The Caravan (above) is the Bay Area’s powerhouse blues revue who has performed at the Portland Waterfront Blues Festival, the Monterey Bay Blues Festival and a command performance for President Bill Clinton.


The blues masters join a world class BBQ competition approved by the Kansas City BBQ Society. Tributes to music rooted in the blues include performances by old school greats, Tierra, and funk legends Lakeside and the 5 Tempting Men with their tribute to Motown and the Temptations.


For more information, visit or call 760-705-4FUN.



Now is the perfect time to plan for the 25th annual Bluesfest in 2014, Bluesfest is Australia’s multi-award winning and international renowned blues and roots festival.


Taking place over the Easter Long Weekend at Tyagarah Tea Tree Farm in Byron Bay on Australia’s east coast, Bluesfest is an amazing opportunity to experience some of the world’s top musical masters in one of the world’s most picturesque settings. Some of the biggest names in music appear on the seven tent stages.


When guests are not enjoying the massive names in music at Bluesfest, Byron Bay is a place of outstanding natural beauty waiting to be explored. Long an escape destination for Australians this small, relaxed, chic seaside town with glorious beaches provides an ideal location to wind down after a long weekend of music festival indulgence!


For more information about packages to the event, contact Down Under Answers. 800-889-1464

*The Blues Festival Guide is going to Byron Bay Blues Fest in 2014… Please come with us! Call Linda/Down Under Answers to find out about special group rates for our blues family.


(CLARKSDALE, MS) – The creators of the award-winning documentaries “M For Mississippi” and “We Juke Up in Here” return in 2013 with “Moonshine & Mojo Hands,” a new weekly web-TV series dedicated to the rude, rowdy – and often ridiculous – world of Mississippi blues. The show follows hosts Roger Stolle and Jeff Konkel as they travel the Delta’s back roads in search of juke joints, house parties, barbecue, moonshine and – of course – the men and women who keep this uniquely American music alive in the land of its birth.


The first season of the show will consist of 10 episodes streaming for free online this fall. Each 12-minute episode will take viewers on a wild ride through the Mississippi Delta and Hill Country to meet the region's most fascinating characters in truly unforgettable settings.


“There’s truly no place else on Earth quite like Mississippi,” Konkel said. “We can’t wait to introduce viewers to all of the great music, food, culture and characters that the state has to offer.”


The show’s producers are currently raising funds through Kickstarter. Marketing sponsorship opportunities also are available for interested individuals and organizations by e-mailing Roger Stolle at or Jeff Konkel at


Above Lt-Rt: Roger Stolle, Super Chikan and Jeff Konkel. “We’ve been really overwhelmed by the excitement and interest that the project has already generated,” Stolle said. “With the support of sponsors and fans, we’re confident we can create a show that will help the world understand what makes Mississippi such a weird and wonderful place.”


“Moonshine & Mojo Hands” is a joint production of Cat Head Delta Blues & Folk Art and Broke & Hungry Records in partnership with Tangent Mind, LLC and Lou Bopp.


The 11th Annual Blues Festival Guide magazine will once again feature a special section that has listings of radio stations and Internet radio stations that feature blues. The purposes of this Blue Radio Page compilation are many: record companies can send you product for airplay, bands can send demos, promoters can contact DJs about upcoming events, and fans can tune in to your show. Plus you get a free website listing as well as a magazine mailed to you!


The cost of the listing is only $60! To be included in our radio listings, just click on this link, complete the order form as directed and submit payment.


Deadline for the submission of your order with payment is March 15, 2013. Please contact us with any further questions at or 775-337-8626.


Thank you! Your friends at the Blues Festival Guide



 Oct. 18 ~ 25, 2013 Fantasy/Big Easy/Mayan

on Holland America ms Maasdam.

Fort Lauderdale to Key West, New Orleans & Progreso, MX.



Jan. 19 ~ 26, 2014 Eastern Caribbean

Ft. Lauderdale, FL to St. Barths, St. Thomas / St. John & Turks and Caicos Bands announced soon!


See or (816) 753-7979

for reservations & info

You HAVE to experience this at least once in your lifetime! 

Blues Society News


The 11th Annual "Blues in the Natural State" Festival happening this weekend, April 5-6, is hosted by the Ozark Blues Society. This is becoming a major blues event in Arkansas, and a don't-miss blues weekend. For details, go to:



Here's what's happening in Illinois' Crossroads Blues Society's world: Sunday April 7th: Weekly Blues Jam Kickoff at Kryptonite in Rockford, IL. Every Sunday night thereafter.

Monday April 8th: Blues in the Schools (BITS) with Rob Tomaro; evening show at Just Goods Listening Room in Rockford, 7 PM. $5 admission, free to CBS members and students.

Find much more here! 


Welcome Spring at the annual Wichita Blues Society Blues Crawl in Old Town Sunday, April 21. Still only $5 donation! The Crawl runs from 5-8pm at: Morts w-BlueCat; Loft 150 w-Rachelle Coba Band; Heroes w-Ruby White Band; - Brickyard - Ms. Lady Dee "Me and the Boy;" Club Indigo w-Back Roads Band; Jon's Ale House w-Front Porch Blues. There's a After Party from 8-10p.m. at the Brickyard with the Dustin Pittsley Band More info at


The 2013 Fiesta Blues Heritage Series, presented by the San Antonio Blues Society, will be a GREAT mix of classic and boogie blues - perfect for a Sunday afternoon, The beautiful pavilion at Historic Sunset Station will once again host the SABS spring celebration of blues music.


On April 28, internationally acclaimed Zac Harmon is the headliner for the show. Local legends and SABS Member Artists, Larry Trub & Perfecto Deluxe along with Sauce Gonzalez + Al Gomez + Henry Rivas are featured right before Zac. Opening the show will be longtime SABS Member Artists, The After Midnight Blues Band, followed by another SABS Member Band, the exciting Palacios Brothers. The Annual Sam Baird Scholarship will be awarded to local area high school seniors during the show. It’s always a beautiful event at the outdoor covered pavilion at Sunset Station!


The 30th Annual Topanga Blues Festival will be held Sunday, May 5th at Will Geer Theatricum in beautiful Topanga Canyon and is presented by the Southern California Blues Society. This year’s performers are Eddie “The Chief” Clearwater, John Long, Andy Walo, The Other Mules.


Tickets are $35 and on sale online now. Get tickets ASAP via paypal because this concert will sell out! Go to now. Tickets will not be sold at the gate on show day. This event also serves as an annual fundraiser for the society. Along with four smokin' hot blues bands, dine on mouth-watering BBQ and participate in fun raffles! There are only 299 seats at this beautiful, intimate festival, in this quaint, idyllic, Shakespearean outdoor theater, nestled deep in the shady forests of the historic Topanga Canyon.


Get the Blues Festival Magazine via your local Blues Society!

The Blues Festival Guide magazine comes out the third week in April each year. You can pick one up from your local Blues Society or you can order a copy to be mailed to you for a fee. 

Click here for details

Calling all Blues Societies...


Now is the time to order your 2013 Blues Festival Guide magazines for your members! This is your order opportunity forall Blues Societiesin the USA and Canada who wish to receive our FREE annual magazines to distribute to members and/or at events.

Please click on this link and complete the order form as directed. 

Deadline for your response is April 1st, 2013. Expect your magazines to arrive around May 1st. If you have any questions, feel free to contact us at or 775-842-9076.


Thanks for your amazing efforts distributing our annual magazine… and mostly... “Thanks for Supporting the Blues!” We appreciate you...

Your friends at The Blues Festival Guide

Got Blues Society News?

If you represent a Blues Society and/or have a very special announcement for a not-for-profit event coming up, send your brief news or Press Release (200 words or less) and logo with "Blues Society News" in subject line to:

Help Raise The Roof

Raise The Roof: Campaign for Blues Hall of Fame

YOU can make the Blues Hall of Fame a reality. Your support matters!

Attention Blues Fans: Be a Part of Blues History

For the past 15 months, The Blues Foundation has asked blues fans to help Raise the Roof! Many of you have responded generously. As a result, the Campaign for the Blues Hall of Fame has secured pledges and donations of over $1.5 million dollars. By September, the final plans and drawings will be ready and construction can begin. But construction will begin only if those blues fans who have not yet pledged do so in the next six months.


Be a part of blues history. Do what you can. Help us complete this dream now. Let us have a Grand Opening with B.B. King and Bobby “Blue” Bland with cutting the ribbon!

1. Make a multi-year pledge or donation online 

2. Or Mail check to: The Blues Foundation

421 So. Main, Memphis, TN 38104-4464.

3. Or Make a one-time donation by calling 901.527.2583.

For detailed information call or e-mail Jay Sieleman, President & CEO, The Blues Foundation: 901.527.2583 ext. 12 or

No effort is too small or unappreciated!

If not us, who? If not now, when?

You too can get involved. Email us:

to get logos and links for your website or Facebook

Video of The Week

Celebrating Muddy Waters 100th

1 whole hour with Muddy as he shares a story & his iconic music!

Live In Concert 1971 and the 1960 Newport Jazz Festival

Long live the King!



Elwood's BluesMobile



From the James Gang, to the Eagles, to his own solo work, Joe Walsh has always shown a healthy streak of not taking himself too seriously. But he can sure tear it up when he feels like it. Joe's back, with his first solo album in twenty years. Where has he been? What’s he up to?


Then, in the second hour of the program…starting in the Yardbirds, then on to John Mayall and the Bluesbreakers, Cream, Blind Faith, Derek and the Dominoes, and a mind-boggling solo career, few players have struck more notes, or done more for the blues, than Eric Clapton.


Joe Walsh PLUS part two of Elwood's birthday tribute to Eric Clapton. Next time, in The BluesMobile.






 For a list of stations where you can find BluesMobile Radio 

Click Here

Buddy and Hopkins

Did you know that I do Custom Comic Strips and Comic Pages as gifts?

Festival Calendar
To view our entire calendar of more than 500 festivals, click here!








If you host or know of a Blues Festival & don't see here or in

our online listings...

Please get us the info or POST


More Info


Blues in the Natural

State Festival


April 5th-6th 2013

Fayetteville, Arkansas USA

River Basin Blues & Barbecue Fest


April 5th-6th 2013

Evansville, Indiana USA

Stompin' at the Savoy


April 5th-7th 2013

Helsinki, Helsinki Finland

George's Music Springing the Blues Festival


April 5th-7th 2013

Jacksonville Beach, Florida USA

Live on The Levee Spring Concert Series


April 6th 2013

Helena, Arkansa USAs

22nd Annual

Lowcountry Cajun Festival


April 7th 2013

Charleston, South Carolina USA

Blues Women International Regional Festival


April 7th 2013

St. Paul, Minnesota USA

14th Blues Festival Basel 2013


April 9th-14th 2013

 Basel, Switzerland

Juke Joint Festival

& Related Events


April 11th-14th 2013

Clarksdale, Mississippi USA

Tampa Bay Blues Festival


April 12th-14th 2013

St. Petersburg, Florida USA

Temple Blues and Gospel Explosion at Detroits Historic Masonic Temple


April 12th-14th 2013

Detroit, Michigan USA

Blues By the Sea

9th Annual


April 14th 2013

Kiawah Island, South Carolina USA

Clemson Blues Festival


April 18th-21st 2013

Clemson, South Carloina USA

High Desert Music Festival and BBQ Showdown


April 20th-21st 2013

Victorville, California USA

Nidaros Blues Festival


April 24th-28th 2013

Trondheim, Norway

BBQ & Blues


April 26th-27th 2013

Barnesville, Georgia USA

8th Annual

Ventura County Blues Festival 


April 27th 2013

Moorpark, California USA

Roots Blues Airplay Charts

About Us

RBA Publishing Inc is based in Reno, Nevada USA. We are woman owned and operated.


We produce the annual Blues Festival Guide magazine (publishing our 11th annual in 2013), affiliated with the top-ranking website:, and this weekly blues newsletter: The Blues Festival E-Guide with approximately 28,500 weekly subscribers.


We look forward to your suggestions, critiques and questions. You can reach the E-Guide editor, Michele Lundeen at or


Contact our home office to find out how to advertise in this e-weekly newsletter. Call 775-337-8626


Information both editorial and advertising in the Blues Festival E-Guide is believed to be correct but not guaranteed. Double check info carefully before you attend any event or send money for anything. We do not write the news... we just report it.

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