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Blues Festival Guide
April 15, 2021
Vol 16/Issue 16

May 27
ends April 15
Show us your BFG
CD, Single & DVD Releases 
Chasing The Blues Podcast is Back!
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!
News Flash... 
Which Legendary Rhythm & Blues Cruise Hits Your Groove?
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 
Now's your chance! Get Listed in the 2021 Blues Festival Guide Annual Magazine
"The Blues Festival Guide is the road map to everything blues!” – Bobby Rush
Get your band, record label, festival, event or blues related business listed in the 2021 Blues Festival Guide magazine. Enjoy festival information (both physical and virtual), blues history and lifestyle, industry highlights and editorial content to keep you connected to the blues. Include our annual Blues Festival Guide print magazine in your marketing budget. Find Media Kit here with details.

This award-winning publication is free to the Blues community (distributed throughout U.S and Canada), and features entertaining and educational editorial by top Blues aficionados. Thousands of Blues fans will also read in digital format.
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Photo Moments with the 18th Annual BFG Magazine!
Singer, guitar player and songwriter Debbie Bond is excited about her new, upcoming release, Blues Without Borders. Influenced by raw juke joint blues and the famed sounds of Muscle Shoals, Debbie has been performing for decades in the Alabama backwoods and is a regular on the Southern U.S. and European club and festival circuit.
Photo courtesy Debbie Bond
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The Blues Foundation is official sponsor of our 2020 Blues Festival Guide!
News Flash... 
42nd Blues Music Awards 2021 Virtually June 6
(MEMPHIS, TN) - The 42nd Annual Blues Music Awards (BMAs) program will be presented as a virtual event on June 6, 2021 starting at 4 pm CT. The world is invited to watch the celebration, which will be live-streamed on The Blues Foundation’s Facebook page and its YouTube channel.
Widely recognized as the highest honor bestowed by the blues community, the BMAs applaud the past year’s exceptional achievements in blues music recording, performance, and songwriting, as well as supporting the blues’ rich cultural traditions.
This online experience will give Facebook viewers a chance to share their enthusiasm and comments with fellow blues fans watching around the world as they celebrate blues’ biggest night together.
Join the celebration! 
Last hurrah for celebrated blues trombonist Randy Oxford
White Rock’s Blue Frog studios will re-stream a 2019 concert by veteran blues singer/trombonist Randy Oxford later this month.

The concert, the most recent of the high-energy performer’s International Blues shows to play the Peninsula, will stream online on Saturday, April 24, at 7 p.m.
Occasion for re-streaming the concert is the retirement of Oxford, originally from Chicago, but latterly based in Seattle, from all aspects of the music business on April 1.

In announcing his decision to retire, Oxford said an enforced absence from music due to COVID-19 quarantining had led to some soul-searching, and a decision that it was time to step away from the spotlight.

In his four-decade career, the dynamic entertainer recorded many CDs, and performed concerts across the U.S., Canada and Central America.

Among career highlights were playing the International Blue Challenge in Memphis, and winning over 20 Washington Blues Society Best of the Blues awards, including entertainer of the year, and being elected to the WBS’ Hall of Fame. He also founded the Mountain Rhythm and Blues Festival in Ashford, Washington.

Joining Oxford in the concert is noted South Surrey guitarist and show host Jon Gale; South Surrey keyboardist Jim Widdifield; fellow Surrey singer Tambalena and Vancouver bassist Bruce O’Neill; and a truly international line-up including Seattle drummer Chip Hart; Tacoma vocalist Miranda Kichpanich; Mexican-born guitarist Rafael Tranquillino; and Russian-born guitarist Arsen Shomakov.
For more information, visit Blue Frog Studios
Alex Brown/Surrey Now Leader Entertainment 
Dallas International Guitar Festival Returns April 30
(DALLAS, TX)- The world’s largest and oldest guitar show, Dallas International Guitar Festival (DIGF) is back at Dallas Market Hall (2200 Stemmons Freeway) April 30-May 2. DIGF hours are noon-7pm Friday; 10am-7pm Saturday; and 10am-6pm Sunday. There’s continuous music throughout the festival, with two outdoor stages. Free parking for those attending the show.

The Festival draws musicians, fans, collectors and celebrities from around the world. Visitors can buy, sell, trade, or browse among thousands of new and vintage guitars. Vendors also feature basses, amps, banjos, mandolins, straps and strings, effects pedals, keyboards, music memorabilia and more. There are hundreds of booths and exhibits, where guests can meet guitar legends and up-and-coming artists, or get tips at instructional clinics.

See live performances by more than 60 local, regional and national artists. Concert headliners include multi-award-winning Blues guitarist and singer/songwriter Samantha Fish, who performs Sunday, singer/songwriter, multi-instrumentalist Celisse Henderson, Frank Hannon from Tesla, George Lynch, and Mark Lettieri from Snarky Puppy (winner of 2021 Grammy award for Best Contemporary Instrumental Album) are also featured headliners.

Girls of Guitar perform Friday, and feature Celisse Henderson, Joanna Connor, Ana Popovic, Kara Grainger, and Ally Venable.

DIGF performers also include Randy Hansen, Josh Smith, Larry Mitchell, Rocky Athas, Jason Elmore, Jerry Don Branch, Robert Miller, Reece Malone, Billy the Kid, Johnny Red, and The Boogie Men. Maylee Thomas, Jim Suhler, Chris Rodriguez, Kevin McKendree, Kayla Reeves, Joshua Valdes, Jesse Spradlin, Rockin Robert T, Cold Stone Sweat, and Jimmy Wallace also perform, along with many others.
The Texas 10 under 20 stage features musicians or bands with members under 20 years old on Friday. The 10 under 20 contest finalists perform in a live showcase on Sunday.

Updated schedules of performances and advance tickets for the Dallas International Guitar Festival are available online.
1st Annual Greater Prescott Valley Blues Festival May 22
(PRESCOTT VALLEY, AZ) - The Northern Arizona Blues Alliance is pleased to announce the 1st Annual Greater Prescott Valley Blues Festival to be held at the Prescott Valley Amphitheater, (Theater on the Green), located at 7501 Civic Circle, Prescott Valley, AZ 86314, on Saturday, May 22, from 1PM until 9PM.
This inaugural event will feature TWO 2021 Blues Music Award Nominees! Gulf Coast Records recording artists, Kat Riggins for Best Contemporary Blues Album and Jimmy Carpenter, 6-time Blues Music Award Nominee (Instrumentalist- Horn). Also featured are some of Northern Arizona's finest local Blues acts. The facility offers a beautiful amphitheater setting with great stage views from any area you select to see the show! Please bring your folding chairs, sunscreen, and blankets (when the sun goes down, so does the temperature!). Please leave your beer, wine, and spirits, pop-up canopies, umbrellas, coolers, and pets home. Come early and get your special site up front and personal! Tickets can be purchased above for a 20% discount or at the door. NAZBA members, get an additional discount!  
NAZBA is also proud to feature local performing Blues artists that have successfully competed in the local International Blues Competition (IBC), hosted by NAZBA for the last 6 years. This year's lineup features the following artists from Northern Arizona: Ray DeSylvester , Leon J, Roger Smith, Dr. Bob Sellani , Jacqui Foreman, Scott O'Neal, Christian Michael Berry, Paul Epoch, Tommy Dukes, Renee Claybon, Darryl Porras, Sammy McRae, Mike Shiner, Larry Czarnecki, and Harrison Begay.
Independent Artists, Producers and Venues Streaming with HowLive.TV
HowLive, leading live event streaming platform, has announced “Producer,” a new product that enables artists, producers and venues to stream using the HowLive built in features to sell tickets, bundles, merch, accept donations, sponsor placement and open up new revenue channels.   

Artists and venues are now the center of the virtual music experience and have full control with the HowLive platform. Deliver with confidence a front row seat with amazing 1080 video, hi fidelity and scalability to millions of viewers globally.    

“Artists and venues use their existing camera gear or a variety of all-in-one solutions from HowLive” said, Gino Padua, CEO. “Rich features, our flexible pricing model, and production support keeps the process simple, removes risks and lowers costs compared to other approaches.”  

As venues begin opening with limited capacity, HowLive streaming solutions can be implemented quickly to generate incremental revenue and remove geographic boundaries for live performance events.

HowLive has streamed 500+ live events across all musical genres and now is serving up live Blues weekly at HowLive.TV.  Check out live events from artists such as Fantastic Negrito, Alvon Johnson, Keb’ Mo’, Tommy Castro, Chris Cain, Terrie Odabi and many more.

Head on over to to check out upcoming events. To learn more about how to live stream your next event contact Howlive.
Sneak peek at the upcoming 2021 Blues Festival Guide
Things are looking up in 2021! We can’t wait to get back to the live music scene, and we know you feel the same. The Blues Festival Guide team is putting together the 2021 issue to bring you the latest happenings on the festival circuit and in our blues community. Here’s a sneak peek into what we’re working on!

Keeping the Blues Alive During a Pandemic By Irene Johnson
As we are all too aware, the Covid-19 pandemic halted live events and severely hindered the making of music. In this feature, the Blues Festival Guide explores the innovative solutions musicians have come up with to reach their fans, maintain their careers and keep the blues alive.
What’s Cookin’ with Larry Garner
You may be familiar with Baton Rouge bluesman Larry Garner’s songwriting and sound, but what about his cooking? Find out how he soothed his craving for chargrilled oysters during the pandemic – without the grill. Garner’s “Oven Oysters” will have you crankin’ some blues as you lay on the hot sauce.
The Lore of the Train By Michele Lundeen
What's the blues connection? The lore and fascination with trains has been with us for nearly two hundred years. Trains and their winding tracks can harken back to another time, and remind us of life’s trials, survival, wanderlust, excitement, love, humor or even urgency. All those senses, all those deep-seated memories have definitely been inspiration for countless blues songs. Explore that connection further in this feature!
Blues Against Hunger Society
The Blues Against Hunger Society is dedicated to ending hunger while supporting, promoting and preserving the blues. Its food drive events – which include tours, festivals, seasonal musicals and community Jamborees – have fed thousands in the last decade throughout Baja California, Southern California and Arizona. Read on to find out more about their efforts!
Living Legend: Miss Lavelle White By Pam Cosel
Miss Lavelle White is a living legend of the blues. The Texas-based singer-songwriter’s career dates back to the 1950s, and she still captivates audiences on stage at the age of 91. Learn more in this feature how Miss Lavelle has impacted the blues over the last 70 years.
The Blues Foundation Welcomes New Leadership
Patricia Wilson Aden became the new President and CEO of The Blues Foundation in October 2020. The Blues Festival Guide was able to catch up with Patty about her first few months at The Blues Foundation, meeting the challenges of the pandemic and what’s on the horizon looking forward.
Ladies Sing & Play the Blues By Reverend Billy C. Wirtz
The Reverend is back to share his blues wisdom – this time, about some of the great ladies of the blues. Join him in worship of Sister Rosetta Tharpe, Big Maybelle Smith, Willie Mae “Big Mama” Thornton, Memphis Minnie, Camille Howard, Julia Lee, Ella Mae Morse, and the International Sweethearts of Rhythm.
And more!
Soul Survivor and Blues Song Man Curtis Salgado is in control
...The blues is a mighty life force with infinite expressiveness and a mystical ability to travel effortlessly across distance and time, race and class. It’s also the story of America, something [Curtis] Salgado understood intuitively, beyond his infatuation with the sound and feel of the music. After hearing a few records, and especially after seeing the Count Basie Band as a kid, he wanted to know everything. He wanted to live the life. And as you’ll hear in Episode 165 of The String, he’s done that and more, touring the world, beating back two forms of cancer, and winning nine Blues Foundation awards, including the B.B. King Entertainer of the Year prize in 2013.

Our conversation visits several key moments in his journey. Scene one. A kid in an overwhelmingly white town learns about racism from his father’s record collection:

“He had Bunk Johnson. He had Bix Beiderbecke. He had Louis Armstrong. He loved Ray Charles. On the back of one of these records, it said that Count Basie had to enter Carnegie Hall through the back door at one of the biggest, most influential concerts of all time (From Spirituals To Swing, 1938-39). And I remember going what, why is that? Why? My hero! I had no idea. I'm in Eugene, Oregon. Count Basie has to go through the back door at Carnegie Hall? That's crazy. And I couldn't get it together. And of course, you know, it's layers of the onion. As time goes on, you learn more.”

Scene two. By his mid-twenties, Salgado is working the region in a band with fellow emerging artist Robert Cray. One night, Saturday Night Live actor John Belushi wanders into their bar, blowing off steam from filming Animal House, and has his mind blown by the band and by Salgado’s harmonica playing. He demands to meet Salgado.
...Read story in full at WMOT’s The String/Craig Havighurst
(Photo: Jessica Keavany)
Crown jewel of New Jersey blues clubs to reopen 
(STANHOPE, NJ) - The Stanhope House is widely considered the crown jewel of New Jersey blues clubs.  It’s a roadhouse-style musical museum whose memorabilia-adorned walls are flashbacks to the days when icons performed there. It’s a 1790s building that was once also a private home, stagecoach stop, general store, post office, tavern, rooming house, and hotel. It’s a melodic gem that suffered a near-death experience when the pandemic threatened to close it for good.

But that’s not going to happen. The Stanhope House is alive and well and reopening on Thursday, April 15. The music will play on thanks to a GoFundMe page that raised $9,000 toward a $10,000 goal, other online fundraisers, and live outdoor performances before the weather turned cold.

“The Stanhope House has hosted everyone from blues legends and Rock and Roll Hall of Famers, to locals playing at open-mic nights,” said spokesman Tom Skevin. “And legend has it that Babe Ruth drank there.”

The Skylands Songwriters Guild will host an open mic for its soft reopening on April 15. “The open mics will continue every Thursday starting at 4 p.m.,” Skevin said. “The great thing about them is that anybody and everybody is welcome to sing, dance, or just strut their stuff.” There is no charge for this weekly event.

The hard opening will be held Sunday, April 18, in the beer garden. It will feature the Wig Party band, with special guest Tim Carbone of the band Railroad Earth, Skevin said.

Tickets for this and other upcoming musical events can be purchased online or at the door.

“Due to state-mandated capacity levels, for now the Stanhope House will be open for outdoor events only,” Skevin said, “But this could change depending on how things open up.” …find entire story here at the Township Journal
CD, Single & DVD Releases 
If You Can’t be Good Be Good At It is produced by Mick Kolassa aka Michissippi Mick and Jeff Jensen and features a diverse collection of songs and brings together a group of musical friends – a group that only Memphis and the surrounding areas can provide.

The album opens with “I Can’t Help Myself,” an R&B love song that is Memphis through and through, followed by Mick’s “uncover” of James Taylor’s “Lo and Behold.” Title track, “If You Can’t Be Good, Be Good At It” is a phrase Mick often uses at the end of a conversation.

“Good Day For The Blues” is powerful, slow, minor blues; “I’ve Seen” has Mick singing about what he has seen and what he most wants to see; “We Gotta,” Mick invites his lady friend to chase the stars and close down bars – soon. “Sweet Tea,” a Mid-South favorite, is this track’s inspiration.

“Slow and Easy Love” is another slow, minor blues which is popular with the ladies at Mick’s live shows. “Good Night Irene” (no, not that one) is for a DJ friend from Down Under.

Howlin’ Wolf’s classic “Who’s Been Talking,” includes Mick’s very special friend, Blues Brother Willie “Too Big” Hall, on drums.

The album closes with “She Kept Her Head Up,” a song wrote for and about his daughter, Kassi, and her battle with breast cancer. It isn’t blues, but that doesn’t matter.

This album is meant to be fun and sad, to take you up and down and back up, and to give you plenty of reasons to go back and listen a few more times.
If You Can’t be Good Be Good At It is a labor of love; 100% of net proceeds go to The Blues Foundation, split between two important programs: the HART Fund and Generation Blues.
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Chasing The Blues Podcast is Back!
Tom the Suit Forst is Chasing The Blues!
We're back for our 3rd season! We've produced over 100+ shows to date with more to come! Look for upcoming show announcements and special giveaways! This will be an amazing year for festivals and we will be talking to many of the top acts as well as with the people behind the scenes who bring you the music.

Join the over 10,000 fans who get the inside story and the behind-the-scenes information that make the Blues come alive.
Go to the Chasing The Blues Podcast website, Spotify or Apple.
Hosted by Tom the suit Forst and sponsored by The Blues Festival Guide.
Tom the suit Forst is a Connecticut and New York Blues Hall Of Fame recording artist and podcaster.
Video of the Week
Igor Prado "Shake It Baby"
Intros & Outros... 
Holidays, Birthdays and... Just In Case
"Hard times ain't nothing that music won't help heal..."
Photo of Monster Mike Welch and the late Michael Ledbetter by Michele Lundeen
Birthdays upcoming of note:
April 15 Tommy Castro (1955), Bessie Smith (1894-1937); April 16 Sean Costello (pictured here 1979-2008); April 18 Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown (1924-2005), Alexis Korner (1928–1984); April 21-Clara Ward (1924-1973); April 22-George "Harmonica" Smith (1924-1983), Bullmoose Jackson (1919-1989); April 23-Charles "Cow Cow" Davenport (1894-1955); April 25-Albert King (1923 –1992); April 26-Gertrude "Ma" Rainey (1886-1939), Johnny" Shines (1915-1992), J. B. Hutto (1926-1983), Mike Finnegan (1945); April 27-Ann Peebles (1947), Michael Ledbetter (1985-2019); April 29-Big Jay McNeely (1927-2018), Otis Rush (1935), Frankie Lee (1941), April 30-Rev. Gary Davis (1896-1972), Mabel Scott (1915-2000), Frankie Lee Sims (1917-1970), Jimmie Lee Robinson (1931
Just in Case: April 20, is celebrate National Look-Alike Day. The perfect day to try to convince people your match is a celebrity or musician, instead of that completely normal person you bumped into at the supermarket. Whatcha got? Send me "proof" and if I get a few I'll publish the results.

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(ARCATA, CA) — As well as our weekly Blues Festival e-Guide weekly newsletter, RBA Publishing offers the annual Blues Festival Guide magazine in both print and digital formats.
Blues legend Bobby Rush calls our magazine: The Roadmap to Everything Blues. Indeed, our annual offers something for everyone, all blues related, of course, and our engaging editorial comes from aficionados in the blues community.
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 left-hand corner. You can also order back issues if we have in stock.
Blues Festival Guide is a division of RBA Publishing, Inc, which specializes in blues publishing, publicity and marketing.
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Radio Submit Roots Blues Airplay Chart (click chart for more) 
Billboard Blues Album This week
Billboard's Top 2 Blues Albums - Week of April 17, 2021
Royal Tea

El Dorado
Me and the Devil Blues 
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We've Got You Covered with Live Streams & Online Concerts
Blues Festival Guide Magazine Media Platforms Feature Live Streams, Online Concerts & more 
Our platforms are a portal for live stream and 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 our social media platforms (Facebook with 195,000 followers, and Instagram @bluesfestguide with 8,900+ followers). This service is provided for free to the artist as well as the viewer.
Even though most music festivals and clubs are still on lockdown across the globe, there is new music and live concerts via live stream, both 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!
To ensure that your festival also appears here in the e-Guide Festival Calender  EMAIL
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 current updates
Dose of Blues
Howlive, USA
 Juke Joint Festival
& Related Events
Apr-15-2021 - Apr-18-2021
Clarksdale, Mississippi, USA
Manor House of Blues
Mason, Ohio, USA
15th Clarksdale Caravan
Music Fest 
Clarksdale, Mississippi, USA
Lincoln Blues, Rhythm
& Rock Festival
Lincoln, United Kingdom
SUN FEB 27, 2022
Leeds Blues, Rhythm
& Rock Festival
Leeds, United Kingdom
Whitby Rhythm Blues Festival
Whitby, North Yorkshire, UK
Greater Prescott Valley
Blues Festival
Prescott Valley, Arizona, USA
Mifflinburg Spring Flight
& Blues Party
May-22-2021, Mifflinburg, Pennsylvania, USA
Southport Blues, Rhythm
& Rock Festival
Southport, United Kingdom
3rd Red's Old-Timers Blues Fest
Clarksdale, Mississippi, USA
For festival-event links
please go to our website
 Black Hills Blues Stomp
and Swamp Romp
Jun-04-2021 - Jun-06-2021
Sturgis, South Dakota, USA
42nd Blues Music Awards
Memphis, Tennessee USA
31st Billtown Blues Festival
Jun-11-2021 - Jun-13-2021, Hughesville, Pennsylvania, USA
Flagstaff Blues and Brews
Jun-11-2021 - Jun-12-2021
Flagstaff, Arizona, USA
Sierre Blues Festival
Sierre, Switzerland
Bentonia Blues Fest
Jun-14-2021 - Jun-19-2021
Bentonia, Mississippi, USA
Alpine Country
Blues Festival
Jun-18-2021 - Jun-19-2021
Alpine, Arizona, USA
Northwoods Blues Festival
Jun-18-2021 - Jun-19-2021
Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin, USA
Blues On The Fox
Jun-18-2021 - Jun-19-2021
Aurora, Illinois, USA
Franklin Blues and
Barbecue Festival
Jun-19-2021 - Jun-20-2021
Franklin, Pennsylvania, USA
Cleethorpes Blues, Rhythm
& Rock Festival
Cleethorpes, United Kingdom
20th Greenwood
Blues Cruise 
Jul-08-2021 - Jul-10-2021, Greenwood, South Carolina, USA
Briggs Farm Blues Festival
Jul-08-2021 - Jul-10-2021
Nescopeck, Pennsylvania, 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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