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Artists include Delbert McClinton, The Mavericks, Marcia Ball, The California Honeydrops, Paul Thorn, Mike Zito, Carolyn Wonderland, Seth James, and more!
Today we offer you 10 of our favorite songs about food, and an additional one about giving thanks. Happy Thanksgiving y’all. Now, let’s eat!
Two-Volume Set on Vinyl and CD Features Nicholas, Along with Marcia Ball, Linda Gail Lewis, Earl P Ball, Augie Meyers, Peter Rowan, Steve Riley, Los Texmaniacs and Many More!
“When Randy and I started out playing blues joints and bars in San Francisco in the early 90s, we had no idea what kind of a ride we were in for. I’ve always been inspired by all the old blues guys and now I’m one of them. I look forward to the next 30 years!” – Tommy Castro
“Looking at Walter’s lyrics in a book, on a sheet they read so wonderfully, many times they didn’t need music, they were poetry. Very few people write songs like that, that appeal to you on several levels.” – Marcia Ball
“I’ve made seven albums for Alligator, and I’ve never made the same record twice. I will always try to be my most authentic self. I give it all I’ve got every time we hit the stage!” – Tommy Castro
With her pocketful of Blues Music Awards, five Grammy® nominations, and her title as 2018 Texas State Musician, Marcia Ball isn’t resting her on her laurels. She’s pounding the keys, belting out the songs, and continues to ‘Shine Bright’.
The Florida Jazz and Blues Jam is an intimate, one-day event. But with six headlining acts, it packs a big punch.
Second annual event to feature three weekends of live music and hundreds of musicians, from Gregg Allman and Robert Cray to Tim McGraw and Bobby Rush.