02 May 2011

Ottawa Blues This Week - 2 May 2011




From April 26 to May 8, Canada’s National Arts Centre will present Prairie Scene, the fifth in a series of national Scene festivals celebrating and showcasing our country’s finest established and emerging artists.

Prairie Scene will invite more than 500 Saskatchewan and Manitoba artists to take over the nation’s capital. Musicians, actors, choreographers, visual and media artists, filmmakers, writers and master chefs will be bringing their unique talents to audiences in concert halls, theatres, galleries, bars, clubs, museums and restaurants throughout the region – a virtual Prairie invasion!

Prairie Scene will also offer a chance for 70 national and international presenters to discover the best of Prairie culture, creating new performance opportunities for Prairie artists across the country and around the world.

Prairie Scene will present a vast living portrait of the region – combining rural and urban, traditional and contemporary, shaking stereotypes and celebrating new voices. Don’t miss it!


Prairie Scene Women's Blues Night

With Suzie Vinnick, Little Miss Higgins, Romi Mayes & Megan Lane
Library & Archives Canada Auditorium, 395 Wellington

Friday, May 6 @ 8 pm; $18

These four powerhouse prairie singer-songstresses can outplay and outsing just about anyone, and that’s just what they’re going to do at Prairie Scene. Saskatchewan’s Suzie Vinnick is a four-time Canadian Maple Blues Awards winner as vocalist of the year, with a voice described as “spun gold”. Little Miss Higgins is a Western Canadian Music Award (WCMA) winner for Outstanding Blues Recording, with a down-home raw talent that makes you sit up and pay attention.

2009 WCMA Songwriter of the Year, Manitoba’s Romi Mayes is a whisky-drinking straight shooter whose heart-on-your-sleeve lyrics and serious badass guitar playing have made her a favourite in venues from coast to coast; and Megan Lane’s distinctive voice and intense stage presence bridge the gap between blues, jazz, rock, and soul with a fierce passion.








Ottawa Blues Society ROAD TO MEMPHIS

Atomic Rooster, 303 Bank Street

Tuesday & Wednesday, May 3-4 @ 7 pm; no cover charge

This year, the Ottawa Blues Society Road to Memphis blues competition will split into two separate events … the Solo/Duo competition in May 2011 and the Band competition in September 2011. The winners in each category will travel to Memphis TN to compete as OBS representatives in the International Blues Challenge (IBC), January 31 - February 4, 2012.

The Solo/Duo Qualifying Rounds take place Tuesday and Wednesday, May 3 & 4, at the Atomic Rooster, 303 Bank St., with the Finals scheduled for Wednesday, May 11 at 8 pm at Irene’s Pub, 885 Bank St. No cover at Atomic Rooster; $8 cover at Irene's for the Finals. All proceeds from raffle sales / cover charge will go towards fundraising for winner's travel costs to attend IBC competition in 2012.

Two Qualifying Rounds - Atomic Rooster, 7:00 pm
Tuesday, May 3

Al Wood & Simon Meilleur
Alain Tambay
Victor Nesrallah
Robert Farrell
Tyler Bell Band
Dan Summerville

Wednesday, May 4
Jeff Hagerman
Angie & Ben Russell
Bobcat Gray (Greg Pilon)
The Illegible Bachelors
Kelly Prescott & Anders Drerup


Tune into OBS DAWG'ON BLUES every Sunday 8 p.m. on 101.9 DAWG FM. Two upcoming shows will feature the bios and music from this year's Road To Memphis Solo/Duo entries: Sunday, May 1 & Sunday May 8. Also, listen online: http://www.dawgfm.com/




Music By The Bay Live presents

Morgan Davis

The Waterfront, 590 Liverpool Road S, Pickering ON

Friday, May 6 @ 9 pm; tickets $20

For 33 years Morgan Davis has played the blues in Canada from Victoria, BC to St. John’s, Newfoundland, as well as Europe and the US. Morgan writes the songs, drives the truck, sets up the gear and performs traditional and original Blues. His venues range from 30 seat coffee houses in the BC interior and Annapolis Valley to huge folk and blues festivals, performing for crowds of thousands. Playing with a band for the first 25 years of his career, recent years have seen Davis make a successful transition to performing as a solo artist. During his years on the road, Morgan perfected his repertoire of Blues classics, songs that figure prominently in his performances today. His style is taut and tough, and relies on intensity rather than speed and pyrotechnics to make its point. Morgan Davis’ passion for the Blues has never wavered ... and he fully expects to be on the road for the rest of his life.


Music By The Bay Live is very excited to be back and welcomes everyone to escape the everyday at the newly renovated Waterfront in Pickering. For table reservations 6+ call 905-831-8661.
Tickets available at Durham Music, Wilson & Lee Music Store, Ugly Dog Band Merch & online.




Southside Tuesdays
Irene’s Pub, 885 Bank Street


Join multi-talented multi-instrumentalist Steve Marriner for something different every week - blues/country/roots music of all kinds.


Irene’s Blues AllStars

Irene’s Pub, 885 Bank Street

Thursdays, 9 pm – 1 am

A bonafide grass roots event that has grown out of the very floorboards of Irene’s Pub and has become a real crowd pleaser for musicians and music lovers alike, this weekly Thursday night jam features Corky Kealey on drums with Vince Halfhide on bass and a host of great local players who rotate according to availability. Each week the cast is topped up with a guest host who steers the song selections in whatever way they're inspired and the jamming begins. It's a great concept and the proof is in its continuing popularity.

Special guests:

May 5 – Chuck Karn

May 12 – Natalia Cabrera & Tony Cook

May 19 – Scott Amey

May 26 – Victor Nesrallah


Open Blues Jam

Rainbow Bistro, 76 Murray Street

Every Sunday, 4-7 pm; cover $3 (jammers free)

The jam is open to all ages. Jammers sign up on the jam sheet at the door & each jam session lasts for 3 songs. Drums & amps are provided, you only need to bring your instruments (but you can bring your amps if you want to).


Sunday Blues, 6-9 pm, no cover

Atomic Rooster, 303 Bank Street (at MacLaren)



Southwest Sundays

With The Dusty Drifters

Irene’s Pub, 885 Bank Street

Sundays, 9:30 pm – 1 am


The Jam @ Kaffé 1870, Wakefield QC

Every Wednesday @ 9 pm, no cover

6 rotating hosts, each specializing in a different genre





Blues Jam

Avant-Garde Bar & Restaurant, 135½ Besserer Street

First Wednesday of each month @ 8 pm

Hosted by River City Junction, this jam is open to guest performers, but is not an open jam’.

If you want to play, please contact River City Junction in advance to work out what instrument you play & what songs you would like to do.

Contact Jason jason@rivercityjunction.com


Mississippi Blues Society Jam

Thirsty Moose Pub & Eatery, Bridge Street, Carleton Place

First Tuesday of every month @ 8:30 pm

Hosted by The Thirsty Moose Pub & Eatery & The Mississippi Blues Society, and featuring Barry Buse & Peter Brown, the MBS Blues Jam is the longest-running blues jam in the Greater Ottawa area & one of the best, attracting both musicians & fans from in & out of town.

*8:30 PM is the Estimated Start Time *There's No Cover Charge *Free Parking *Good Food *Ends Early [approx. midnight]

And - just so you know...we pack 'em in for this event, so come in early if you want a good table.




Blues On The Rideau at The Cove Inn, Westport Ontario, the popular once a month Dinner & Show Fundraiser Series featuring some of Canada's best Blues artists, is now in its 6th season. It’s another superb Line-Up of artists this year with multiple Juno, Maple Blues and American Blues Award nominees/winners. Proceeds from all Shows go to support different local charities. $27,000 has been raised over the past 5 years and the goal is to raise at least $5,000 more this season. If you love good food and great Blues in a small, friendly atmosphere and you haven’t been to a BOTR @ The Cove night before then you owe it to yourself to try one. You won’t be disappointed. If you’re a regular you already know how good these nights are!

2010/11 LINE-UP
All artists appear with their bands
Visit artists’ web sites and MySpace sites for more information, audio and video clips.

Back for a 2nd visit. The slim lady with the BIG voice. A 2010 Juno Award nominee & multiple Maple Blues Award nominee. Delicious Blues, soul, funk & R&B.
www.treasalevasseur.com www.myspace.com/treasalevasseur
Proceeds to the Rideau District Museum

Toronto actor and Blues man who blows harp like Little Walter reincarnated. A multiple Maple Blues Award winner. Rough ‘n ready swing Blues.
www.raoulandthebigtime.com www.myspace.com/raoulandthebigtime
Proceeds to Habitat For Humanity

* If there is enough advance ticket demand on single show weekends a Saturday night show may be added - so BOOK EARLY!
* All Shows are filmed by Ken Bowman with audio by Little Chicago Sound Company and one song is posted to YOU TUBE soon after the performance. Visit
www.choosetheblues.ca for examples from last year.
* Artists and dates subject to change. Visit
www.choosetheblues.ca or call The Cove closer to each show for updates.

The Cove Inn www.coveinn.com is located in the beautiful town of Westport, Ontario on Upper Rideau Lake - a 45 minute drive from Kingston, 1.5 hours from Ottawa, 4 from Toronto and 3.5 from Montreal. Well-priced accommodation is available at The Cove and nearby B&B’s so out-of-town blues fans can stay overnight and enjoy a great little getaway.

$55 (plus HST) for full course buffet dinner, show & dancing.
All Shows 7 to 11 pm
Advance Reservations required
CALL THE COVE (613) 273-3636 or 1-888-COVE-INN

Reserve your tickets early! Most Shows sell out weeks ahead. It’s even more important to book early if you need accommodation. There are a limited number of rooms available at The Cove and the B&B's in town and they fill up fast.

Blues On The Rideau is produced by Choose The Blues Productions, Kenmore Ontario in cooperation with The Cove Inn, Westport Ontario
Visit www.choosetheblues.ca for more information




Sharon Jones & the Dap Kings

With Black Joe Louis & the Honeybears

Bronson Centre, 211 Bronson Avenue

Wednesday, May 11 @ 7 pm; tickets $26.50 advance, $30 at the door

Sharon Jones and The Dap-Kings – Brooklyn funk/soul


Black Joe Lewis – Austin blues/soul



Morgan Davis

O’Reilly’s Pub, Perth ON

Thursday, May 12 @ 8:30 pm

For 33 years Morgan Davis has played the blues in Canada from Victoria, BC to St. John’s, Newfoundland, as well as Europe and the US. Morgan writes the songs, drives the truck, sets up the gear and performs traditional and original Blues. His venues range from 30 seat coffee houses in the BC interior and Annapolis Valley to huge folk and blues festivals, performing for crowds of thousands. Playing with a band for the first 25 years of his career, recent years have seen Davis make a successful transition to performing as a solo artist. During his years on the road, Morgan perfected his repertoire of Blues classics, songs that figure prominently in his performances today. His style is taut and tough, and relies on intensity rather than speed and pyrotechnics to make its point. Morgan Davis’ passion for the Blues has never wavered ... and he fully expects to be on the road for the rest of his life.



Smokin' Joe Kubek and B'nois King

Perth Studio Theatre, Perth ON

Thursday, May 12

Regent Theatre, Picton ON

Friday, May 13

Legion Hall, Orr Street, Cobourg ON

Saturday, May 14

With Texas Blues Legends Smokin' Joe Kubek and B'nois King, it's like getting 2 greats for the price of one and as the name says, Joe is a Smokin' guitar player. Over the years they have gigged regularly with Stevie Ray Vaughan, Albert King, Freddie King, B. B. King among others. This will be an evening of smokin' Texas Road House Blues. Be prepared to dance in the aisles!




Fundraiser for Lauren Gerro

Elmdale House Tavern, 1084 Wellington Street

Saturday, May 14; 1:30-6 pm; all ages

MC- Sandy Sharkey
Musicians: Scott Bradley, RW Haller, Amanda Rheaume, Rob Bennett, Lefty McRighty, Ray Harris and Steve Donnelly

On Thursday, April 28, due to the high winds, a tree fell on the corner of Wellington and Hamilton and struck Lauren, a 26 year-old staff member of Global Pet Foods. She has both legs broken in pieces below the knees and has undergone extensive surgery to both legs.

Lauren is like many of your part-timers – young and works really, really hard to pay her bills. We will be holding a fundraiser at The Elmdale on Saturday May 14. 100% of moneys raised will help Lauren through her rehab. Let's pull together and help one of our own. Karla from Global Pet Foods will be here to collect all the funds!

There will be music from 2pm to 6pm and all kinds of prizes drawn from donations from local businesses.


Bill Bourne & String Bone

Westboro House Concerts

Saturday, May 21 @ 8 pm; $20

To reserve, email westborohouseconcerts@gmail.com

A multiple Canadian Juno Award winner, Bill has received international acclaim for his recordings and live performances. A mainstay on the international roots scene, life on the road is reflected in Bill's music – powerful rhythms and soulful songs, steeped in World Beat, Blues, Cajun, Celtic, Folk, Flamenco, Funk, Poetry and more.

His latest release, “Bluesland” is an intense collection of rock, folk and country, soaked with an electric blues sound that gets deep into your pores. Recorded 'live off the floor' in 3 days in April 2010 at Beta Sound Recorders in Edmonton, and marks a milestone in Bourne's career, collaborating with his son Pat Bourne, who plays electric lead guitar, and his daughter Emily Bourne, who painted some of the original artwork for the album. In addition to Bill's acoustic guitar and vocals, and his son's lead, The Free Radio Band features Pa Joe on electric smooth jazz guitar (African Guitar Summit), Moses Gregg on bass (The Swiftys) and Miguel Ferrer on drums (Santiago, Chile).


Americana best describes the music of String Bone, a project born of the songwriting talents of Stratford resident Barry James Payne. A mix of all of the North American roots music that has been so prominent since the turn of the century (last century that is) ... Payne is a seasoned writer and story teller. He paints portraits with his words, and the various musicians involved help Payne change the colour of his pallet from emotional folk and country ballads to uptempo country-rock and bluesy, smoky, jazzy grooves.






Kingston Blues Society 5 Year Anniversary Show

Jack De Keyzer

Opening - Al Wood and The Woodsmen (winners of The Ottawa Blues Society Road to Memphis 2010 and band semi-finalists in the 26th International Blues Competition)

Confederation Place Hotel, Kingston ON

Saturday, May 7

Featuring Jack de Keyzer, the legend that started it all for the Kingston Blues Society.

Watch for announcement of a third band – making it the first KBS triple band show!

(more details coming soon)




KBS Monthly Jam

The Standeasy

RCHA Club, 193 Ontario Street, Kingston ON

Third Saturday of the month @ 8:30 pm, $3 at the door

Come out and see Mojo Shooter with special guests.

Always one of the best nights of entertainment Kingston has to offer – come early as seating is limited.
Sponsored by the Kingston Arts Council and the City of Kingston


Georgette Fry

Brandee’s, 178 Ontario Street, Kingston ON

Every Thursday night at 8:30 pm (new start time)

The Ones

Monte’s in the Prince George Hotel, 200 Ontario Street, Kingston ON

Every Thursday night @ 9 pm

Sam Hopkins and Spencer Evans

Upstairs @ the Brew Pub

Every Second Sunday 2-4 PM


For more, please contact Kingston Blues Society





101.9 DAWG-FM, CIDG, is ON THE AIR! Blues 24/7

Live streaming on the website at http://www.dawgfm.com/

Sundays: 8 pm

Ottawa Blues Society DAWG’ON BLUES

Each week OBS hosts keep you up to date on what’s happening on the Ottawa area blues scene, play some great blues from local bands and showcase regional and Canadian talent.

This week, May 8 – OBS Road to Memphis – Solo/Duo entries, Part 2

Next week, May 15 – OBS Road to Memphis – Solo/Duo recap


Sundays: 6-8 pm

INSIDE THE BLUES with James Doran

Inside The Blues features music and interesting backgrounder information on today’s top Blues artists with a strong focus on Canadian talent mixed in with some great Blues classics. Hour Two features an in-depth interview and music from a different artist or blues industry VIP every week. All Shows are archived on www.insidetheblues.ca after broadcast and can be listened to there at any time.

This week, May 8 – Interview – Lance Anderson

Next week, May 15 – Best Of The New 2010/11 - Part 1



On CKCU-FM 93.1

The Mighty 93.1


Community Radio serving the Ottawa Carleton Region

Sundays: 9-11 pm

Black and Blues

with John Tackaberry

The show features a heavy dose of electric blues and rhythm and blues, with the occasional selection of sixties soul. The first hour is dedicated to artist profiles and reviews of recordings on particular labels. In the second hour there is a blues calendar, a rundown of events in Toronto, Montreal and Ottawa, and interviews with “new and reissued blues and rhythm and blues tracks on wax”, alternating with “live blues and R&B for a Sunday night” in the last half hour of the show. On the last Sunday of every month, the show goes “down in the delta” for a selection of acoustic blues tracks in the final half hour of the program.


Wednesdays: 9-11 pm

In A Mellow Tone

with Ron Sweetman

Jazz from every era & every style – from 1917 to 2010. Each program features an artist, group, instrument, event, city or record label. Check out Ron’s website www.inamellowtone.com for info on upcoming shows and playlists (current show is posted several days in advance and past shows are archived). Ron is always happy to hear from listeners at ronsweetman@kalixo.com

This week, May 4: Listen Before You Buy: Ron Sweetman reviews recent jazz and blues releases.

Next week, May 11: Co-Host Ron Steeds presents jazz and blues recorded on May 11 between 1927 and 1995. You’ll hear Louis Armstrong, Teddy Wilson, Duke Ellington, Dizzy Gillespie, Eddie Bert, Russ Freeman, Charlie Rouse & Blue Mitchell, Jack Montrose & Bob Gordon, Bill Evans, Roland Kirk, Muhal Richard Abrams & Amina Claudine Myers, Gary Thomas, Either/Orchestra and the Herbie Nichols Project among others.


Alternate Sunday overnights (Monday morning) from 2-7 am

Rockin' the Blues From Canada

with Diane Wells


On CBC Radio Two 103.3 FM

Saturdays: 6-8 pm

On CBC Radio One 91.5 FM

Saturdays: 9-11 pm

Saturday Night Blues


Host Holger Petersen has been a broadcaster, record producer, album collector, and serious blues fan for over 30 years. His collection of blues records numbers in the thousands. On Saturday Night Blues each week you’ll hear a mix of classic blues from the ‘Petersen Vaults’, concerts, interviews, artist features, new releases, plus anything that boogies, jumps, or swings, plus your requests from the Bluesline.


On CJHR 98.7 Valley Heritage Radio

Thursdays, 8-10 pm

Got The Blues

Pat Watters has been hosting this blues only radio show for the last 2+ years. It can be heard throughout the Ottawa Valley and now streaming on the internet at valleyheritageradio.ca so Ottawa folks can now listen!




CBC Radio Two @ 7 pm

Monday, May 2 - Music Monday
concert 1: Luke Doucet and Kinnie Starr,
recorded at the Yale Hotel in Vancouver
The first Monday every May is Music Monday. It's an opportunity to give props to music education in schools. Every year thousands of school kids learn a song that is sung and played in all kinds of versions across Canada. Luke Doucet wrote this year's Music Monday song called "Tomorrow is Coming". It's a hopeful and upbeat call to sing and play music. The two concerts recorded under the Music Monday banner include performances by Luke Doucet, and Kinnie Starr, and James Lamb. The common thread through these concerts was the passion about learning, teaching and sharing music with young people.

Tuesday, May 3 - Next! 2011, part 4 of 11 (from Toronto), recorded in various locations in Toronto, Ottawa, Perth, Ontario, and St. John's, Newfoundland
This fourth episode of Next! features up-and-coming artists and bands based in Toronto. Toronto is arguably the entertainment Mecca of English-speaking Canada, and artists from all over the country come here, with hopes of making it big. But there are so many artists - so much to pay attention to - that actually getting noticed is a major endeavour. Oftentimes, Toronto-based artists have an easier time getting noticed when they're out on the road, and such is the case with three of the four acts to whom we'll introduce you tonight. Leading the way is Latin-influenced singer-songwriter Patricia Cano and her great band recorded at La Nouvelle Scene in Ottawa. Next we'll hear the rootsier music of young singer-songwriter Jadea Kelly and her equally fine band laid down at the Stewart Park Festival in Perth, Ontario. The Beauties follow up with their edgy, rootsy rock live at The Horseshoe Tavern in Toronto, but saxophonist Tara Davidson had to head off to St. John's Newfoundland to get her fine acoustic jazz in front of our Canada Live microphones. Wherever you hear them, we think these four emerging acts promise to be major voices in Toronto's ever-changing musical mosaic.

Friday, May 6
concert 1: Making a Prairie Scene
, recorded at the Winnipeg Folk Festival, Birds Hill Park, Manitoba
Right now in Ottawa, the National Arts Centre is shining a spotlight on prairie artists of all stripes as part of "Prairie Scene." In honour of that event Canada Live brings you a "Prairie Scene" recorded right in Manitoba. The cream of the Manitoba roots crop took the stage on a sunny afternoon at the Winnipeg Folk Festival and played to an enthusiastic hometown crowd. John K. Samson (of the Weakerthans) was the gracious host. In true Manitoba fashion, most of the musicians not only knew each other, but had played in each other's bands. In fact, Leonard Podolak looked around and exclaimed that half the people on stage had been members of The Duhks at one point in the band's life. Trio Bembe brought Cuban rhythms, the Duhks rocked out, the Wailin Jennys harmonized sweetly, Romi Mayes sang her raw brand of country, and Del Barber and Greg MacPherson served up well-crafted and heartfelt songs.

Lots of blues available in the concerts on demand section of the CBC Website …





Sweet Beaver Website & Memphis 2011

We are pleased to announce the launch of the Sweet Beaver website, including videos of all those that performed in the 2011 FAI edition of the Beaver Suite.

February 18-20, 2011 many Canadian artists participated in the Folk Alliance conference in Memphis, TN. A number of those artists showcased in the Sweet Beaver Suite.

The website: http://www.sweetbeaver.com features videos of all the artists who performed this year. The videos include a built-in direct link to the artists’ iTunes allowing viewers to easily purchase the music directly from the video. In support of these artists please spread the word about the sweetbeaver.com site.

The showcase, held in what its organizers call the Sweet Beaver Suite (a bilingual salute to the iconic Canadian animal), featured artists from almost every part of Canada, from the North West Territories to Newfoundland and represented a wide range of music. Fourteen singers or bands are from Ontario, seven from Atlantic Canada, five from the Prairie provinces, two from Quebec and one each from the North West Territories and British Columbia. Each year we include a small number of International performers as well.

While putting the site together we¹ve reminisced about past Beaver Suite performers and events. The showcase event in 2011 in Memphis was its 8th incarnation. Begun in Montreal in 2005 by Shawna Cooper and Richard Flohil, it was done a second time by Shawna in Austin in 2006. In those days ­ we were truly guerrilla, unsanctioned. Now fully integrated into the event we have also gladly collaborated with Folk Music Canada and The Provincial Music Industry Associations and Roots Music Canada in support of the Canadian artists at Folk Alliance.

For further information contact: info@sweetbeaver.com

Roots Music has posted intimate videos from the Sweet Beaver Suite showcase:


Roots Music Canada






ALWAYS check local listings to confirm.

On BRAVO – http://www.bravo.ca

Wednesday, May 4 @ 9 pm

Johnny Cash: Behind Prison Walls (PG) 1977
In this one of only two of Johnny Cash's prison concerts that were filmed for broadcast, "Johnny Cash: Behind Prison Walls" features the ten-time Grammy Award winner performing at the Tennessee State Penitentiary in Nashville in 1976. Special guests Linda Ronstadt and Roy Clark perform a selection of Cash's biggest hits, including ‘Folsom Prison Blues’, ‘Orange Blossom Special’, ‘A Boy Named Sue’ and Ronstadt's version of the Eagles' ‘Desperado’.




Wednesday, May 11

OBS Road to Memphis, Solo/Duo Finals @ Irene’s

Friday, May 13

JW-Jones @ the Rainbow

Saturday, May 14

Mathieu Gagnon Trio @ La Grange de la Gatineau, 8-10:30 pm

Three Times Lucky @ Tucson’s, 9:30 pm

Sunday, May 15

Wicked Grin hosts the Sunday afternoon Blues Jam @ the Rainbow, 4-7:30 pm

The Jesse Greene Band @ the Atomic Rooster, 6-9 pm

Friday, May 20

The Brothers Chaffey @ the Elmdale House Tavern, 9:30 pm

Barrelhouse @ the Rainbow

Lucas Haneman CD release @ Tucson’s, 9:30 pm

Sunday, May 23

Maria Hawkins hosts the Sunday afternoon Blues Jam @ the Rainbow, 4-7:30 pm

All Star Blues @ the Atomic Rooster, 6-9 pm

Friday, May 27

Ross Neilson & Bluestone & Papa Shango @ the Rainbow

Saturday, May 28

The FunKtion @ Tucson’s, 9:30 pm

Sunday, May 29

River City Junction hosts the Sunday afternoon Blues Jam @ the Rainbow, 4-7:30 pm

Double Double @ the Atomic Rooster, 6-9 pm

Friday, June 3

Rocket Rached & the Fat City 8 @ Irene’s

Sunday, June 5

Dr Dave hosts the Sunday afternoon Blues Jam @ the Rainbow, 4-7:30 pm

Friday, June 10

Al Wood & the Woodsmen & Al Tambay @ Irene’s

Sunday, June 12

Wicked Grin hosts the Sunday afternoon Blues Jam @ the Rainbow, 4-7:30 pm

Saturday, June 18

The Brothers Chaffey @ Irene’s

Sunday, June 19

Maria Hawkins hosts the Sunday afternoon Blues Jam @ the Rainbow, 4-7:30 pm

Friday, June 24

Kelly Prescott @ Irene’s

Maria Hawkins @ the Rainbow, 9:30 pm

Sunday, June 26

River City Junction hosts the Sunday afternoon Blues Jam @ the Rainbow, 4-7:30 pm



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