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Concert Review - Buddy Guy

We don’t see Buddy Guy every time he comes to town. But he is literally the last of a certain generation (he just turned 81) of bluesmen and women and so, we see him when we can. 765 more words

Music

Racism is Evil

Racism is evil. That’s always been our stance at Down at the Crossroads. Anyone who knows anything about the blues knows that the blues grew up in the iniquity of the Jim Crow era in the United States and were a visceral response to the suffering and afflictions of the black community. 1,164 more words

Blues

Calder at the Gardens


Alexander Calder (1898-1976), the artist/originator of the mobile (Wiki), though all but one of the 9 exhibit pieces are stabiles.

At the Denver Botanic Gardens, 28 April – 24 Sept. 167 more words

Photography

The Notodden Blues Festival 2017 – Saturday with Little Steven, Buddy Guy, Joss Stone and more

Saturday at Notodden was the day with the big headliners playing at Hovigs Hangar. But there were plenty of other highlights during the day and night, and also many good concerts I missed because they were playing parallel to the ones I saw. 668 more words

Concert

July 30: Happy Birthday Christopher Nolan and Richard Linklater

Our two headliners took part in a director’s roundtable discussion sponsored by the Hollywood Reporter a couple of years ago.  Nolan is standing at the left and Linklater at the right, with Morten Tyldum and Angelina Jolie between them, and Bennett Miller and Mike Leigh sitting/kneeling in front. 1,152 more words

Celebrity Birthdays

Mr.Classic’s Blues Pick of the Day Buddy Guy - Mustang Sally

Buddy Guy : Mustang Sally

Ranked 78th in Rolling Stone’s list of the 100 Greatest Guitar Songs of All Time.George “Buddy” Guy is one of the most entertaining blues guitarist on tour today. 280 more words

Shows

Notes by Genre: 2017 Summer Concerts

By Rachael Mattice

The average music lover will be satisfied with most live sets regardless of who is performing or their set list. However, music enthusiasts are much pickier and prefer specific styles rather than the house residency group. 519 more words

Rachael Mattice