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Blues Festival Guide
Feb 11, 2021
Vol 16/Issue 7

Show us your BFG
CD, Single & DVD Releases 
Can't Stop The Blues (CSTB)
Which Legendary Rhythm & Blues Cruise Hits Your Groove?
Intros & 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!
What's Happening Out There?
News Flash... 
Blues Society News
Video of the Week
BFG Twitter-Instagram-Facebook
Radio Submit Roots Blues Airplay Chart (click chart for more) 
Me and the Devil Blues 
Festival-Event Calendar
About Us 
Happy Valentine's Day Feb 14
The staff at the Blues Festival Guide wishes you a peaceful day this Valentine's Day, filled with plenty of love and good music!
Kaati, Cheryl, Michele, Heather, Tom, Irene, 
Goran, Joana, Belinda 
Show us your BFG
Photo Moments with the 18th Annual BFG Magazine!
Here's Jeannette Anderson and Steve Dixon from Tucson, Arizona.

"Steve and I met October 2018 on the open seas, at a wonderful Blues Music Event," says Jeannette. "Since meeting, Steve and I have traveled to a number of different states, plus Europe and Mexico just for the live music that was being played at those Blues Festivals.
As soon live music events come back, we will be using the Blues Festival Guide once again as our go-to information for lots of music event Road Trips."
Photo Courtesy Jeannette & Steve
[Editor's note... Jeannette & Steve are happily engaged!!]
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The Blues Foundation is the official sponsor of our 2020 Blues Festival Guide!
What's Happening Out There?
Thoughts about venues opening or not... share yours!
Hey Blues Fans!! Some blues music venues are opening up around the country. Albeit, opening then closing. What are your thoughts and/or experiences?
Here's a nice note from a 2021 Blues Music Award Nominee and multiple award-winning artist:
"The Scene in the Pandemic...
I'm Watermelon Slim. I have played only a couple of live shows since the pandemic hit, in Stillwater and Tulsa, OK, and here in Clarksdale. They were socially distanced, in Tulsa with plexiglass dividers outdoors. The paid attendance was much less in each case than it would have been, but the fans were just as appreciative.
Everybody's adapting. My artist rep says we hope to be back in the touring business next year. I am part owner in a club, and we are still open a couple days a week. 

Hope to see you on the festival scene next year,
Watermelon Slim"
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,
CD, Single & DVD Releases 
Mary Stokes :: COMIN’ HOME
“Irish vocalist extraordinaire Mary Stokes continues progress in musical collaboration with the sensational Irish guitarist Sarah Michelle and partner Brian Palm. For several recording projects and in preparation for live shows, Mary Stokes has fine-tuned her authentic blues sound for which she is widely known, while at the same time reinterpreting original material,” writes The Sound Café

“With recent successes including a critically acclaimed show in Liverpool’s world renowned Cavern Club - by invitation from Julia Baird, John Lennon’s sister and Director of the Cavern, and the release of a new album Comin’ Home, including a new interpretation of Bessie Smith’s “At The Christmas Ball,” the album which garnered critical acclaim and airplay in the run up to Christmas! 

In addition to Sarah Michelle on guitar, The Mary Stokes Band features sidemen Brian Palm on harmonica, with Chris Byrne on bass and Robbie Barrett on drums, and Dermot Stokes on Piano. Recorded in Dublin, the album was expertly mixed by renowned rock legend Pete Holidai (the Radiators from Space, Trouble Pilgrims) and mastered by Joe Chester.

In a musical history spanning two decades The Mary Stokes Band has performed with B.B. King, Fats Domino, John Lee Hooker, Bo Diddley, Hubert Sumlin, Buddy Guy, Taj Mahal, Lowell Fulson, Johnny Copeland, Jeff Healey, Rory Gallagher, Carey Bell, Lurrie Bell, Pinetop Perkins, Georgie Fame, Louisiana Red, Lefty Dizz, John Campbell, U.P. Wilson, Eddie Kirkland and many other blues greats.

Mary Stokes and her band have toured throughout Ireland, Europe, and the U.S.A, performing at numerous festivals and in many of the most iconic Blues Clubs in the World.”
Comin’ Home has had widespread accolade and acknowledgement as an authentically “live” Blues album, displaying the power, passion and blues feel that Mary Stokes and her band are renowned for.
"Comin' Home"
News Flash... 
“Fall in Love with the Blues” Empress Theatre 109th Birthday Celebration Feb 14
(VALLEJO, CA) - Tune in for a special Valentine’s live-stream performance February 14 at 7:30pm PST on for Empress Theatre’s 109th Birthday featuring all-star performers including Alvon Johnson, to celebrate this momentous occasion. The theatre has brought many happy memories to the Vallejo Community and beyond for over a century. We are pleased to continue this long-standing tradition. Please join us for a night of Blues music to honor this milestone!

Sunday, February 14th at 7:30 pm and tickets are $9. Please note that this is a live-stream only event, we will not be inviting guests into the theater.

You can also purchase a birthday candle for $109 dollars and you will receive a Valentine’s Day card with two vouchers to redeem for a performance of your choice. Your name will appear onscreen at the performance, on our website, and on a poster in front of the Empress Theatre. Click here and scroll to bottom of page to purchase your candle and/or event ticket!

We will be accepting donations during this event. Any donation you make will help keep the Empress Theatre going. It takes so much to keep our historic theater alive; and in order to keep bringing you quality content, we appreciate anything you can give!
The Blues Foundation presents a Virtual Benefit Feb 13 for their HART Fund
(MEMPHIS, TN) - The Blues Foundation is honored to present a virtual benefit for the HART Fund hosted by Dr. Janice Johnston and Dr. Kathy Bolmer Saturday, February 13, 8pm-9:30pm EST. The event will be streaming on The Blues Foundation's Facebook and YouTube. The benefit will help support Blues musicians health, medical, dental, vision and funeral expenses.
Special performances by an allstar lineup include Keb’ Mo’, George Thorogood, Bobby Rush, Tom Hambridge & Noah Forbes, Christone Kingfish” Ingram, Ronnie Baker Brooks, Janiva Magness, Damon Fowler, Jared James Nichols, Chris “Bad News” Barnes, Tracy Nelson, Jonn Del Toro Richardson & Eric Demmer, Mark Telesca, Alastair Greene, Nick Schnebelen, and the Andy T Band.
The Blues Foundation's HART Fund provides financial assistance to blues musicians and their families in need due to a broad range of health concerns. The Fund provides for acute, chronic and preventive medical and dental care as well as funeral and burial expenses. Throughout the year at various events the HART Fund provides free health screenings for musicians, with services including but not limited to checking blood pressure, cholesterol, diabetes, prostate cancer, Hep C, anemia, thyroid, kidney, and liver testing via blood work.
Stax Museum and Stax Music Academy Black History Month Celebrations
(MEMPHIS, TN) - Throughout American history, music has played a pivotal role in the fight for racial equality. From the message songs imprisoned Africans crafted as a way to communicate with each other during slavery, to impassioned protest songs during the Civil Rights Movement of the mid-20th century, the soundtrack generated by Black singers, musicians, and writers has provided as much nourishment for the struggle as any factor in the fight for freedom.

The celebrate Black History Month 2021, the world-renowned Stax Museum of American Soul Music began an all-ages virtual tour (free to students and educators) starting February 10. You can register here

Also, beginning February 17, world-renowned Stax Music Academy (SMA) will host a pay-what-you-can virtual Black history program. SMA is blending echoes of the past with technology of the future by offering a virtual Black History Month production titled “R & R: Rhythm and Revolution: Expressions of Struggle, Collaboration, and Peace.” Look here for more information on that event.
Traditionally, SMA has hosted two live, in-person performances in celebration of Black History Month – a free morning show for area students and a ticketed evening performance. However, due to the COVID-19 pandemic and safety-related issues, they will present an online variety show exploring Black history through music, people, and pride. 

Filmed in various significant locations in Memphis, the Feb 17 virtual Black History Month SMA show will feature the music of soul greats from Aretha Franklin and Al Green to The Jackson 5, Janet Jackson, and legendary artists of Stax Records including the Staple Singers and Albert King. A combination of R&B classics mixed with original music from SMA’s talented students, young viewers will experience music of the Civil Rights Movement and more recent songs.
How You Can Still Celebrate Mardi Gras in 2021
[Editor note: Fat Tuesday/Mardi Gras in Feb 16, 2021. How about "Yardi Gras"?!}
By Missy Wilkinson/Thrillist
Want a pandemic update to Professor Longhair’s seminal Carnival song? It’s easy. Just add “don’t” or “won’t” to every line. For example, “don’t go to the Mardi Gras.” “You won’t see the Zulu king.” That’s because none of the events, parades, and parties that make Mardi Gras the annual beautiful New Orleans tradition that it is will be happening this year. Bourbon Street and other gathering places will be barricaded and heavily policed in the five days leading up to Fat Tuesday. All parades, second lines, and balls are canceled. Bars will be shuttered. And city officials warn that anyone who flouts these rules will be “directly responsible for the deaths of New Orleanians.”

It’s a sobering proclamation, especially for a city that is used to drinking with abandon. Last year’s Carnival celebration, which occurred weeks before New Orleans saw its first case, contributed to an early COVID-19 peak in New Orleans. A month after Fat Tuesday 2020, COVID-19 was spreading faster in Louisiana than anywhere else in the world. A CDC report blamed the Carnival celebration, which packed more than 1 million people onto New Orleans’ narrow, potholed streets.

Bottom line: If you don’t live in New Orleans, don’t come during Mardi Gras. Yes, that really, really sucks, but so does everything about the pandemic. Although wars and police strikes have canceled Mardi Gras in years past, they didn’t completely snuff out every event or involve French Quarter barricades. Mardi Gras wasn’t even canceled after Hurricane Katrina! That’s because Carnival, which literally means “farewell to the flesh,” is as much a raucous street party as it is a memento mori, a reminder of life’s fleeting nature and an invitation to celebrate while we process grief. …Read full story
[You can at least get in the mood with this Mardi Gras party playlist]
MS Blues Trail Series: Delta Blues Museum and the Sunflower River Blues & Gospel Festival
By Brenda Germany/Delta Museum Photo: Stephen Anderson
(CLARKSDALE, MS) - Just an hour south of Memphis, at the legendary Crossroads of MS Hwy 61 and Hwy 49 lies the blues steeped city of Clarksdale, Mississippi. This historic delta city is home to an amazing total of ten Mississippi Blues Trail markers: Cotton Pickin’ Blues, Delta Blues Museum, Ike Turner, Riverside Hotel, Sam Cooke, Sunflower River Blues & Gospel Festival, The New World, Wade Walton, WROX Radio and Big Jack Johnson; all located within the downtown area making Clarksdale a favorite destination of blues enthusiasts from around the globe. The Southland Music Line continues our MS Blues Trail Series with a look at the Delta Blues Museum and Sunflower River Blues & Gospel Festival markers. [Editor’s note: The 2021 festival is scheduled for August 13-15]
The Delta Blues Museum (DBM) resides in its third and permanent location of the restored Y&MV/Illinois Central Freight Depot at No. 1 Blues Alley in downtown Clarksdale between the Ground Zero Blues Club and the Delta Blues Museum Stage. Mississippi’s oldest music museum and the first worldwide to focus exclusively on the blues, originated in 1979 as part of the Carnegie Public Library and is “dedicated to creating a welcoming place where visitors find meaning, value, and perspective by exploring the history and heritage of the unique American musical art form of the blues.” …

… The Sunflower River Blues & Gospel Festival is a three-day event held annually during the second weekend of August at the Delta Blues Museum stage on Blues Alley. Featuring nationally known and homegrown performers it annually attracts upwards of 25,000 blues enthusiasts from all over the world.
…Read the Mississippi Blues Trail Series article in full
World Radio Day is Feb 13 annually
World Radio Day 2021 celebrates its 10th anniversary February 13 and the more than 110 years of radio. World Radio Day was first proposed by Spain in September 2010. With backing from broadcasting associations around the world, it was unanimously accepted by UNESCO Member States in November 2011.
The cool thing about radio is it’s still relevant and important in our daily lives. Radio is still with us, keeping us singing and keeping us informed. It’s like a great friend and neighbor, one who’s always there and never lets you down. Seriously, you’ve no doubt got several stations with blues programming within your dial’s reach. And if you Google Blues Radio, countless options popup around the globe, not to mention news and talk shows, etc.
World Radio Day 2021 celebrates radio as part of humanity’s history by following the various developments in our society and adapting its services. As the world changes, so does radio. Radio evolves, it adapts and innovates to new technologies, it's accessible everywhere and to everyone, and it connects our society.
The Thrill Is Gone
By Ishmael Reed/Alta Online
(OAKLAND, CA) - Forty Oakland blues musicians gathered in 2003 in front of Esther’s Orbit Room. Today, seven of the performers have passed away, the venue is closed, and the once lively scene is memorialized by a Walk of Fame. But it’s never too late for a repeat performance.

Music critics differ on the origin of the blues. Many say that it began to appear in the late 1800s. But the blues scale, the pentatonic minor, was heard on the slave ships. Some have even called it the slave scale. There have been angry denunciations of those who claim that John Newton’s “Amazing Grace” was based on the songs he heard on slave ships. But its reliance on the pentatonic minor—common in Black spirituals—points to an African origin.
This slave scale has generated a billion-dollar industry. Currently, it propels advertisements from Peloton, Land Rover, Popeye’s Chicken, and others; it’s the basis for the soundtracks of television series like Bosch, Power, and the latest season of Fargo, starring Chris Rock. The complaint one hears from Oakland musicians is that while the blues have increased the revenue streams of imitators like the Rolling Stones, the Beatles, and Eric Clapton, the pioneers are neglected. The story of blues singer L.C. “Good Rockin” Robinson is not uncommon. His Oakland friends had to take up a collection to pay his funeral expenses. “The Thrill Is Gone” is considered the greatest of Oakland’s blues songs. Cowritten by Roy Hawkins and Rick Darnell, it was recorded first by Hawkins in 1951, reaching No. 6 on the Billboard charts, and then in 1969 by B.B. King, who took it to No. 3 and won a Grammy. Roy Hawkins ended his career selling furniture.
My introduction to the Oakland blues and its unique sound, a fusion that originated in a collaboration among musicians from Arkansas, Louisiana, and Texas, was the 1970 album The Oakland Blues. The heyday of the Oakland blues—its sound and scene—went from the 1940s through the 1980s. ... Read this indepth story about the state of the Oakland blues
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. Thus far we have helped over 200 artists. Please enjoy and donate if you can.
Coming up this week only on Can’t Stop the Blues: 
• THURSDAY 2/11:
9pm EST: Miguel Schiaffino- Argentine Blues
10pm EST: Too Slim & The Taildraggers - A Winthrop R&B Presentation
• FRIDAY 2/12:
9pm EST: Jhett Black w-Special Guest Gleewood
10pm EST: Kid Andersen Feat. Billy T - All the way from Norway!
• SATURDAY 2/13:
9pm EST: Selwyn Birchwood - Virtual CD Release Party!
10pm EST: Deanna Bogart - A Day On The Mountain
• SUNDAY 2/14:
9pm EST: Lady Bianca's 2021 Valentine Show "The Cold Cold Side Of Love”
10pm EST: Sweethearts of The Blues - A Greaseland Production
Follow this link for the shows at Can’t Stop the Blues and YouTube
Blues Society News
Tuesday Tunes presented by Sioux Falls Jazz & Blues Society Feb 23 
(SIOUX FALLS, SD) - Enjoy craft beer and live music Feb 23 from 6-8pm presented by Sioux Falls Jazz & Blues Society at Severance Brewing, 701 N. Phillips Ave. Ste 110, Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Performing will be The Hegg Brothers featuring Jeremy Hegg (vocals and piano) and Jon Hegg (vocals and piano).
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! -
Video of the Week
Kirk Fletcher, Sugaray Rayford, Debbie Davies, Fred Kaplan "Rub My Back"
Intros & Outros... 
Holidays, Birthdays and... Just In Case
February is Black History Month
Chinese New Year Feb 12
World Radio Day Feb 13
Valentine's Day Feb 14
President's Day Feb 15 (USA)
Fat Tuesday/Mardi Gras Feb 16
"Hard times ain't nothing that music won't help heal..."
Birthdays upcoming of note:
Feb 11-Josh White (1908-1969), Phillip Walker (1937-2010), Little Johnny Taylor (1943), Otis Clay (1942); Feb 12-Pink Anderson (1937-2010); Feb 13-Sugaray Rayford (1969); Feb 14-"Magic Sam" Maghett (1937-1969), Maceo Parker (1943); Feb 15-James "Kokomo" Arnold (1901-1968); Feb 16- Bill Doggett (1916-1996), Super Chikan (1951); Feb 17-Lou Ann Barton (1954); Feb 18-Irma Thomas (1941);  Feb 19-Sam Myers (1936-2006), William "Smokey" Robinson (1940), Robert “Bilbo” Walker (1937-2017); Feb 20-Jimmy "Papa" Yancey (1898-1951); Feb 21-Francis "Scrapper" Blackwell (1903-1962), Nina Simone (1933-2003); Feb 23-Johnny Winter (1944-2014); Feb 24-Willie Kent (1936-2006); George Thorogood (1950); Feb 25-Ida Cox (1896 or 1898-1967); Feb 26-Antoine "Fats" Domino (1928-2017), Bob "Bear" Hite (1943-1981)
Just in Case:
Feb 17 is "Random Act of Kindness Day" Go ahead... yep, we should do this every day! Compliment someone, pay it forward, let someone in line ahead of you, or even just share some news about your favorite music or artist. Keep those eyes smiling at the very least. Treat people the way you'd like to be treated... ya know, the ol' Golden Rule. It can literally make someone's day... and yours, too! 
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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 Feb 13, 2021
Selwyn Birchwood
Joe Bonamassa
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
For a complete list and links see our comprehensive website
NOTE: Highlighted/Linked events are paid "Featured" ads.  For complete list & links go to our website Festival page!
Please click through the festival links on our site for most current updates
Can't Stop The Blues
Thurs-Sun 9PM EST
Facebook, Universal 
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
 Chelsea Blues, Rhythm & Rock Festival
Fulham, London, UK 
For festival-event links
please go to our website
 Looe Blues, Rhythm
& Rock Festival
Mar-19-2021 - Mar-21-2021
Looe, United Kingdom
Blues on Reid
Port St. Joe, Florida, USA
 Juke Joint Festival
& Related Events
Apr-15-2021 - Apr-18-2021
Clarksdale, Mississippi, 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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