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The rootsy gut-bucket boogie of the Paladins turns the Newt into a dancing fool in Vancouver

ORIGINAL PUBLISHED IN THE GEORGIA STRAIGHT, AUGUST 15, 1991

By Steve Newton

Men Without Hats immortalized the idea “You can dance if you want to.” I dunno—sometimes I just can’t dance. 328 more words

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April 29 in history

711  Islamic conquest of Hispania: Moorish troops led by Tariq ibn-Ziyadlanded at Gibraltar to begin their invasion of the Iberian Peninsula ( 876 more words

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Thursday, December 15th

Chicago blues
day three

Otis Rush (1935-; vocal, guitar) with Fred Below (1926-1988; drums), et al., “I Can’t Quit You Baby,” live, East Berlin, 1966… 89 more words

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Blues and Rhythm Show 241 on 93.3 CFMU (Hamilton, Ontario)

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On the penultimate Blues & Rhythm Show, we look at Chicago blues from the Chess, Vee-Jay, Cobra and Bea & Baby labels. 112 more words

Otis Rush: Featured On Blues Breakers Tonight, Tribute At Chicago Blues Festival

Tonight Otis Rush will be our Artist of the Week on Blues Breakers. Otis is one of the all time greats in Chicago Blues and one of our biggest stars. 39 more words

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