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Sixthman, the music cruise specialists who produce Cayamo, outdid themselves this year by scheduling many special shows especially crafted to showcase collaborations.
She doesn’t merely take the stage, she commands it. She doesn’t merely play with the band, she directs it. And she doesn’t merely entertain the audience, she captivates it.
Fans of guitar-driven roots and blues music will rejoice for Graham and Nichols.
Keep Thee Sacred Souls and Jalen Ngonda on your musical radar!
Keeping the Blues Alive at Sea: Mediterranean (Part Two) – Ana Popović Rocks the Boat!
And set to put on a show that cruisers would never forget was the Serbia-born blues rocker Ana Popović.
Review/Gallery: Let’s hope the audience understood the assignment and are hitting the Kimbrough and Burnside catalog.
Concert Review/Gallery: At Wrigley Field, The Lumineers were not going gently into that good Chicago night, with a fire and intensity going far beyond the album versions. CAAMP proved that the hype is real. And James Bay’s performance showcased a personable, engaging and passionate artist.
The Revivalists’ live show is a must-see, always a party befitting their New Orleans roots. And with her Flying V guitar, Grace Potter can seemingly do it all, crossing genres and styles without ever appearing out of her element.
Neilson’s appearance on the eleventh day of the 12-day festival coincided nicely with the release of ‘Kingmaker,’ which dropped the day before her show.
An Evening With Jackson Browne and His Band Tour stops in the Rochester, NY area!