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Blues Festival Guide
Jan 14, 2021
Vol 16/Issue 3

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News Flash... 
Blues Society News
CD, Single & DVD Releases 
Intros and Outros
Print & Digital Versions Available
Billboard Blues Album This week
We've Got You Covered with Live Streams & Online Concerts
Please stay safe and optimistic!
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Can't Stop The Blues (CSTB)
Video of the Week
Which Legendary Rhythm & Blues Cruise Hits Your Groove?
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Me and the Devil Blues 
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Here's Janet Blair, Fitness Coordinator at St. Paul's Plaza Assisted Living Facility in Chula Vista, California. Janet also helps coordinate various events for the residents and this was taken New Year's Day 2021 after an outdoor, truly social distanced, special music performance for residents.
Janet is also the Blues Lovers United of San Diego (BLUSD) Blues in The Schools Director and a staunch blues music lover. She's helped coordinate hundreds of school BITS programs as well as their Youth Summer Blues Camp.
Kudos to our essential workers who help take care of those in need as well as raise their spirits with the healing power of music.
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Thoughts about venues opening... share yours!
Hey Blues Fans!! We see some blues music venues are opening up around the country. Albeit, opening then closing then opening, etc.
Here's a note from a music lover:
"We attended Camping with the Blues back in October. This was held in Brooksville FL. It was wonderful to see live music again. Some wore masks, some didn't. People spread out more but there were plenty of people dancing and enjoying themselves." Judi Layland
We're interested in your thoughts:
- Have you attended or performed any live shows since the pandemic and where?
- If so, how was the vibe (i.e. joyous, awkward, attendance, etc.)
- If not, when will you feel comfortable attending?
Email me 100 words MAX and make sure to put "VENUES OPENING" in subject line (so it doesn't get lost in my email). Tell us where in the world you're located. Feel free to send me a pic of this blues music experience if you like, too.
Wishing you all good health and peace,
News Flash... 
Cathy Grier & The Troublemakers light up the Blues with
I'm All Burn
Cathy Grier returns with a bunch of Troublemakers and a new album, I'm All Burn. The title track from Cathy Grier & The Troublemakers' new album, kicks off a 16-song sonic watercolor painted across almost every facet of the Blues landscape. Her innate sense of casual precision, borne from just over four decades as a working musician, places each carefully crafted song in just the right spot to maintain a groove that achieves the remarkable feat of being simultaneously easygoing and intense. It may seem effortless, but everything on the album is fine-tuned. "I'm old school as far as producing," she comments, "very hands on and involved."

I'm All Burn is her 14th album; it fits perfectly in with her musical canon, but also serves as a perfect introduction for those new to her world. Tapping into the deep well of musical talent in her new-ish home state of Wisconsin (she moved from NYC to Sturgeon Bay in 2016), she's assembled an all-star cast of Troublemakers to bring these songs to technicolor fruition. "Pretty much anyone who plays with me is a Troublemaker," she laughs, "but the people on this record are some of the most amazing musicians I've ever had the good fortune to work with."

Her songwriting prowess and production skills are on full display as the record subtly shifts across a range of moods and styles from sultry to funky, from the Bayou to Chicago (with a Memphis detour), and her gritty, soulful vocals bring the most out of every lyric. Call her a lightning rod, call her a magnet, but the Blues are unmistakably attracted to Cathy Grier.
Virtual “Rooted in The Blues” Festival Jan 14-28
(New York, NY) - Jazz at Lincoln Center’s Virtual “Rooted in The Blues” Festival will feature blues, jazz, and gospel musicians including Shemekia Copeland, Jerron Paxton, and Damien Sneed honoring the blues — the foundation of American music — live from Dizzy’s Club.
From January 14-28, these virtual live performances at Dizzy’s Club and A Closer Listen online discussions will offer a soulful investigation of the form, feeling, and function of the blues and its integral role in jazz.

More information and tickets to Jazz at Lincoln Center’s Virtual “Rooted in The Blues” Festival events are available here.

Live From Dizzy’s Concerts:
• Shemekia Copeland: Uncivil War Debut Concert Thurs, Jan 14 - 7:30pm EST
The debut live performance of songs from this three-time Grammy nominee and multi-Blues Music Award winner’s new album, Uncivil War.
• Blues and Black Folk Music with Jerron Paxton Thurs, Jan 21 - 7:30pm EST
Jerron Paxton transforms traditional jazz, blues, folk, and country into the here and now. His influences include Fats Waller and “Blind” Lemon Jefferson.
• Damien Sneed & Friends: An Evening of Blues and Gospel Thurs, Jan 28 - 7:30pm EST
Pianist, vocalist, organist, composer, conductor, arranger, producer, and arts educator whose work spans multiple genres and who’s worked with jazz, classical, gospel, pop, and R&B legends. Tonight’s program explores the intersections between blues and gospel.
Education Events:
• A Closer Listen: What Is a 12-Bar Blues? Tues, Jan 12 - 12:00pm EST
• A Closer Listen: The 12-Bar Blues in Jazz Thurs, Jan 14 - 12:00pm EST
The Swing University course, “Bessie Smith and Blues Queens of the 1920s,” taught by Camille Thurman, will take place March 8, 11, and 18. Registration is open here.
(photo here by Suzanne Foschino)
Alligator Records 50th Anniversary Concert Mar 13
(UNIVERSITY PARK, IL) - Governors State University (GSU) Center for Performing Arts (the Center) will celebrate Chicago blues and Chicago-based Alligator Records’ 50th anniversary by presenting an online streaming video concert starring four of the label’s most popular artists.

“Sweet Home Chicago – An Online Blues Celebration” will feature a performance by legendary harmonica player Billy Branch with his all-star band, The Sons Of Blues, with three special guests – Grammy-nominated vocalist Shemekia Copeland, slide guitar master Lil’ Ed Williams, and beloved Chicago blues guitarist and songwriter Toronzo Cannon. Alligator Records founder and president Bruce Iglauer will serve as Emcee.

The once-in-a-lifetime event will be recorded on the Center's stage to its empty 1,171 seat house. This concert is part of the Center's 25th anniversary celebration. The show will debut as a ticketed streaming event at 7pm Central time on March 13, 2021, and will be available to watch on demand through April 11. The event will stream on the Center’s YouTube channel.
For tickets and more information, click here.
Pinetop Perkins Masterclass Performance Showcase Jan 24
The Pinetop Perkins Masterclass Performance Showcase will include multiple videos from 29 artists of the 2020 Virtual Masterclass - Instructors, Interns & Students. This one-hour show will premiere on Can't Stop the Blues January 24th 7pm PST, 9pm CST and 10pm EST. 

The Foundation says, “Some of our youth in a virtual show that is outstanding! When we couldn't be together in person, the Masterclass attendees prepared and submitted videos to be layered together to create a virtual Juke Joint experience! Take a journey with us through songs from each of our instrument classes and an extra tune from our Musical Director, "Steady Rollin" Bob Margolin. All in honor of our namesake, Pinetop Perkins!”
Facebook event 
LRBC "Driftin' & Driftin'" Happy Hour Episode 12 with Toronzo Cannon & Rev. Billy C. Wirtz Live on Thurs Jan 14
Join us Thursday, Jan 14th at 5PM CST for Legendary Happy Hour with Alligator Recording Artist Toronzo Cannon and Rev. Billy C. Wirtz

LRBC's Driftin' & Driftin' is a close up with our Blues stars. On each episode, Rev. Billy talks musician to musician with our favorite Cruise artists! Visit Facebook LIVE via this link.
Salmon Arm Roots & Blues Festival ponders multi-venue format with streaming in 2021
Salmon Arm Observer/Martha Wickett
(SALMON ARM, BC) - Based on the success of the online 28th Annual Salmon Arm Roots and Blues Festival, plans for the 2021 festival are moving ahead. 

David Gonella, executive director of the Salmon Arm Folk Music Society that runs the event, told city council Jan. 11 that unlike many other festivals across Canada, the Salmon Arm festival chose not to cancel. Instead, it reached more than 20,000 viewers online.

He said the biggest goal of the year was convincing the board that going to an online project was a smart idea; that it was important to retain patrons and stay relevant to them.

The online festival was done by repurposing footage captured on the main stage since 2007. Jumbotrons brought in to combat the problem of dancers in front of the stage made it possible. He noted that not every performer wanted to have that footage used again publicly, so it wasn’t easy.

The festival’s online success has given it authority on the online programming side, Gonella said, with organizers still being contacted about how to guide other events.

The other change was a shift to the idea that it was more than just the festival, it was about tourism for Salmon Arm and the Shuswap.

Gonella said the festival has been working with the Salmon Arm Economic Development Society, Shuswap Tourism and Community Futures Shuswap. He spoke highly about a ‘Salmon Arm is open’ video from economic development that the festival will be able to repurpose.

Gonella said about $1 million in potential income was lost by not having a live festival. While the 2020 online festival was free, he said organizers think it can pursue a streaming fee service and charge a fee for the online presentation in 2021. …Read full story here
Can't Stop The Blues (CSTB)
This Week on Can't Stop The Blues
Can’t Stop the Blues is a not-for-profit, volunteer run virtual platform for the blues, founded in mid-March of 2020 as a response to the Covid pandemic. We are here to bring money to the bands and music to the fans. 100% of all tips go directly to the artists’ own accounts, and thus far we have helped over 200 artists pay bills.

Please enjoy and donate if you can.
Coming up this week only on Can’t Stop the Blues:
• THURSDAY 1/14:
9pm EST: Tia Carroll - A Club Fox Presentation
10pm EST: Mighty Mike Schermer & Friends - Live at Greaseland Vol.2
• FRIDAY 1/15:
9pm EST: Beano Mojohand- Beano Is Live - 2021 Kick Off Blues Jam
10pm EST: Kid Andersen’s B-Day Bash
• SATURDAY 1/16:
9pm EST: King Solomon Hicks
10pm EST: Kingfish’s Birthday Celebration
• SUNDAY 1/17:
9pm EST: Sons Of Soul Revivers Encore
10pm EST: Harpdog Brown- Live from The Doghouse
Follow this link for the shows at Can’t Stop the Blues and Youtube
Look in our news section this week about the Pinetop Perkins Masterclass Showcase coming Jan 24th!
Blues Society News
Long Beach Blues Society Winter Programing
(LONG BEACH, CA) - This holiday season Long Beach Blues Society was hard at work trying to ease the burdens Covid placed on our community during our first ever locked down Christmas.

LBBS started their “Give A Gig” program back in April to address musicians' income hit as our stages were locked down, LBBS had no idea demand would still be with us 8 months later! So, this Christmas LBBS decided to supply 40 families with grocery store gift cards to help, and for those with extra needs, additional payments were also distributed.
Artists were also supported when LBBS's curriculum-based music lessons went online for Wilson High School. Lester Lands was among an all-star lineup who filmed amazing (and socially distanced) percussion and woodwind classes for the students. It was the first paid gig musicians had had in months!

The Nonprofit also continued its online version of the “Bedside Beats” program at Miller Children's Hospital, employing Disney singer/performer Jennifer Kumiyama to Zoom into the children’s ward and hold sing-alongs, competitions and more with the kid’s favorite songs!
A New Year’s Eve virtual concert was also organized by the team to help #SaveLBStages and featured 10 live music venues around the city, with performances from various styles and band sizes. 13,000 people tuned in for the event and bars/bands featured their own 'Tip Links' so people could directly support them while bringing in the new year. 

Long Beach Blues Society is continuing with all the above programing and more as they head into 2021. Please help support programing via this link. You can also support via their "Art in Music" auction which is extended to Feb 14th.
Mohawk Valley Blues Society brings Open Jams home
The Mohawk Valley Blues Society’s (MVBS) Open Jams have become one of the most popular local concert series, presenting the best in blues music for over 15 years until the Coronavirus shutdown brought everything to a screeching halt. Even then, the MVBS regrouped and was able to continue the series by moving it outside. That is, until the good weather made that impossible. So what do you do when these live performances are no longer viable? You do what everyone else has done — you go online. A virtual tip jar will be provided and generosity is strongly encouraged since the artists are donating their time. 
Video of the Week
Paul Rishell & Annie Raines "Big Blues"
CD, Single & DVD Releases 
Wily Bo Walker & Danny Flam :: AIN’T NO MAN A GOOD MAN
Expanding upon the success of their 2015 album, Moon Over Indigo, Scottish blues and rock provocateur Wily Bo Walker and Grammy Award winning musician, arranger and leader of the New York Brass, Danny Flam, called in over 30 of the best U.S. and U.K. musicians and vocalists on a new volume of music that explores many genre twists. The session includes members of Walker’s acoustic and electric bands, a wide assortment of guitarists, drummers and keyboardists, and of course the New York Brass with special appearances by The Brown Sisters of Chicago Gospel Choir and The Cenovia Cummins String Quartet.

Ain’t No Man a Good Man features 10-tracks and takes listeners on a swinging, macabre jazz and blues funhouse ride of thrills and chills… film noir stories garnished with a touch of evil weave their way through a world where Ava Gardner and Robert Mitchum would feel at home. Sleaze, sex, murder and mayhem, cinematic tales, horn driven grooves and voodoo blues.

Wily Bo Walker defies the conventional blues paradigm, engaging in a diabolical collaboration with Danny Flam for Ain’t No Man A Good Man, creating another fine addition to his over two dozen releases in his illustrious 40-year career.
"Build My Gallows... (Ain't No Return)"
Kenny “Blues Boss” Wayne :: GO, JUST DO IT! 
Canadian ball-of-fire beacon of the blues scene Kenny “Blues Boss” Wayne’s Go, Just Do It! on Stony Plain Records is a sonic sensation with smooth, robust piano and cool, soulful vocals. With Wayne, it’s about preparing for a multi-faceted ride, as the musical terrain can shift just as quickly as the lyrical inspiration. On Go, Just Do It!, Wayne’s originals come in at 10 of the 13-song set, each artfully dovetailing soul-tinged sounds with the funkiest of sojourns. 

Guests on Go, Just Do It! include Wayne’s son Cory Spruell (aka SeQuel), former B.B. King bassist Russell Jackson, powerhouse horn players Jerry Cook and Vince Maie (both mainstays with Powder Blues, Colin James, and more), plus Boogie Patrol guitarist Yuji Ihara, JUNO Award-winning vocalist Juli Masi, Grammy Award winning vocalist Diane Schuur, award-winning Montreal vocalist Dawn Tyler Watson, and Incognito band and harp ace Sherman “Tank” Doucette. 

Inducted into the Boogie Woogie Piano Hall of Fame in Cincinnati, Kenny Wayne also lines his shelf with seven Maple Blues Awards, a JUNO Award, three Living Blues Magazine Keyboard Awards, and more.
And if that critically-acclaimed 11-album catalogue resembles a swirling, savory pot of musical gumbo, richly layered with flavors of Ray Charles and Duke Ellington, to ingredients of gospel, jazz, Latin, R&B, soul, and dashes of bebop and swing for good measure, Go, Just Do It! hits the table as his spiciest serving yet. 
"Just Do It!"
Which Legendary Rhythm & Blues Cruise Hits Your Groove?
Our Artists & Headliners Stay & Play, They Don’t Hit & Run!!
LRBC#35 Southern Caribbean: Oct. 24~31, 2021 From Ft. Lauderdale, Fl To Willemstad, Curacao; Oranjestad, Aruba & Half Moon Cay (Bahamas Private Island) On Holland America’s Ms Eurodam. Cabins & Info HERE
LRBC #36 Eastern Caribbean: Jan. 29~Feb. 5, 2022  From Ft. Lauderdale, Fl To Tortola, St. Thomas & Turks And Caicos On Holland America’s New Flagship Ms Rotterdam. Cabins & Info HERE
Visit Reservations Or Call (816) 753-7979 To Reserve Your Cabin!
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- More Than A Cruise… More Than A Festival… More Than You Can Imagine! -
Intros and Outros
Thoughts, Holidays & Birthdays
Martin Luther King Day Jan 18
Inauguration Day Jan 20
"Hard times ain't nothing that music won't heal..."
Birthdays upcoming of note:
Jan 14-Allen Toussaint (1938-2015), Clarence Carter (1936); Jan 15-Earl Hooker (1929-1970), Martin Luther King, Jr (1929-1968), Queen Ida (1929); Jan 16-Barbara Lynn (1942), Lester Davenport (1932-2009), Robert Wilkins (1896-1987); Jan 17- Paul Rishell (1950), Mick Taylor (1949); Jan 19-Henry Gray (1925), Janis Joplin (1943-1970), Willie "Big Eyes" Smith (1936); Jan 20-Huddie "Leadbelly" Ledbetter (1888-1949), Luther Tucker (1936-1993); Jan 21-Snooks Eaglin (1936-2009), Richie Havens (1941-2013), B'nois King (1943), Wolfman Jack (1938-1995 DJ extraordinaire), Zora Young (1948); Jan 22-Hammie Nixon (1908-1984), Sam Cooke (1935-1964), “Blind” Willie Johnson (1897-1945), Teeny Tucker (1958); Jan 24-Aaron Neville (1941), Johnny B. Moore (1950), John Belushi (1949-1982), Beth Hart (1972), John Henry "Guitar Shorty"[1] Fortescue (1923-1976)
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18th Blues Festival Guide Magazine Print & Digital Editions
(ARCATA, CA) — RBA Publishing offers the 18th annual Blues Festival Guide magazine in both print and digital formats as well as our weekly Blues Festival e-Guide newsletter.
Blues legend Bobby Rush calls our magazine: The Roadmap to Everything Blues. Indeed, the articles offer something for everyone, all blues related, of course. This year’s engaging editorial is once again from aficionados in the blues community.
- Living Legend: Charlie Musselwhite By Eric Steiner
- Blues Movies Reel Away the Blues By Roger Stolle 
- The Healing Blues By Anita Schlank, Ph.D. 
- What’s Cookin’ with Victor Wainwright
- The Jus’ Blues Music Foundation
- Jammin’ On the High C’s On Board the LRBC By Mitch Woods
- A King and A Duke By Reverend Billy C. Wirtz
- Festivals Receive KBA
- Blues: An African Sonic Response By Pascal Bokar Thiam, Ed.D.

To order a hard copy mailed to your home, send $9 to RBA Publishing Inc. P.O. Box 920, Arcata, CA 95518. To read the 64-page magazine online, visit our website and find our digital version in the upper lefthand corner.
Blues Festival Guide is a division of RBA Publishing, Inc, which specializes in blues publishing, publicity and marketing.
...Click here to read cool mini descriptions of these fine articles 
Radio Submit Roots Blues Airplay Chart (click chart for more) 
Billboard Blues Album This week
Billboard's Top 2 Blues Albums - Week of Jan 16, 2021
Joe Bonamassa 
Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band
Me and the Devil Blues 
Visit the "Me and The Devil Blues" official website
We've Got You Covered with Live Streams & Online Concerts
Blues Festival Guide Magazine Media Platforms Feature Live Streams, Online Concerts & more 
The Blues Festival Guide platforms are fast becoming the main portal for blues live stream and blues online concert events.
As fast as an online event is announced, the Blues Festival Guide team makes the announcement and link go live in a special section on the top-ranking Blues Festival Guide Website, as well as on their social media platforms (Facebook with 195,000 Followers, and Instagram @bluesfestguide with 8,000 Followers). This service is provided for free to the artist as well as the viewer.
Even though music festivals and clubs are on lockdown across the globe, there are loads of brand-new music and live concerts via live stream, both small and large, local and international, that can be watched from the safety of your couch on your own TV, computer or phone.
With almost 20 years of experience delivering blues music and blues music news around the world, Publisher Kaati Gaffney says, “We are experienced digital marketers specializing in live music events. During this time of pandemic, while festivals and events are virtual, it is our pleasure to provide this service.” ...Find more about BFG or to contact us to share your events 
Festival-Event Calendar
To view entire calendar of festivals & Live Streams, click here!
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Not all upcoming blues festivals/events are listed here at certain times of the year due to space constraints. Unless highlighted, festivals are no longer inked due to increasing spam
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Please click through the festival links on our site for most current updates
Can't Stop The Blues
Thurs-Sun 9PM EST
Facebook, Universal
 Samantha Fish Cigar Box
Guitar Festival
Jan-13-2021 - Jan-16-2021
New Orleans, Louisiana, USA
Great British Rock & Blues Festival
Jan-15-2021 - Jan-18-2021
Lincolnshire, Skegness, UK
Clarksdale Film & Music Festival
Jan-29-2021 - Jan-31-2021
Clarksdale, Mississippi, USA
Maple Blues Awards Feb Mondays
Feb-1-2021 - Feb-22-2021 
Facebook, Universal
Whitby Rhythm & Blues Festival
Whitby, North Yorkshire, UK
Southport Blues,
Rhythm & Rock Festival
Southport, United Kingdom
Bluesberry Festival
Covington, Louisiana, USA
Cleethorpes Blues,
Rhythm & Rock Festival
Cleethorpes, United Kingdom
For festival-event links
please go to our website
 Chelsea Blues, Rhythm & Rock Festival
Fulham, London, UK
Looe Blues, Rhythm
& Rock Festival
Mar-19-2021 - Mar-21-2021
Looe, United Kingdom
Juke Joint Festival
& Related Events
Apr-15-2021 - Apr-18-2021
Clarksdale, Mississippi, USA
Baton Rouge
Blues Festival
Apr-16-2021 - Apr-18-2021
Baton Rouge, Louisiana, USA
Temecula Blues Festival
Temecula, California, USA
Bob Sykes BBQ
& Blues Festival
Bessemer, Alabama, USA
15th Clarksdale Caravan
Music Fest 
Clarksdale, Mississippi, USA
Leeds Blues, Rhythm
& Rock Festival
Leeds, United Kingdom
Kimbrough Cotton Patch
Soul Blues Festival
May-14-2021 - May-16-2021
Holly Springs, Mississippi, USA
Please stay safe and optimistic!
We are thinking of you and wishing you good health!
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RBA Publishing, Inc. in business since 1993, is a boutique blues-specific PR and marketing firm based on the West Coast. We help musicians, festivals, labels and music-related brands. Our digital campaigns target fans, industry and influencers. We are masterful at email marketing, social media, fan acquisition and long-term marketing plans. Our media services are supported by people who understand and love the blues genre. Publishers of annual the Blues Festival Guide magazine, our top-ranking website, and e-Guide newsletter with approx 30,000 weekly subscribers, we have been blues industry leaders for over 18 years. Please contact us at 707-630 3304 or EMAIL to findout how we can help you!
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