the Blues To Do Podcast beginning with April 20th, 2017.
of The Week for the Blues: Fear, Hate, Envy, Jealousy
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Marlee Walker with BluesToDo.com
- James “Early” Byrd member of The Rock ‘n Roll Hall of Fame in
the DJ category has passed away at the age of 88. He was instrumental in making ‘Louie Louie’ a
bigtime hit. (See more in his obituary
to be posted soon.)
- Blues & gospel vocalist Linda Hopkins has passed away at
the age of 92.
- Pianoman Billy Mac has taken on a new profession and has
written a masterpiece about his friend Dave Niehaus called My Oh My The Dave
Niehaus Story out in April. To support
this self-published project go to his Indiegogo site here.
-Alice Stuart celebrates her 75th Birthday at The Triple Door on
June 17th, meanwhile she was chosen ‘Best of The West’ by The Folk
Alliance Region (FAR) West.
-The Columbia City Theatre in Seattle features women musicians
and performers every Tuesday night in a promotion called ‘Crash The Glass’.
-The Triple Door has a new
Wednesday Night Blues Jam with James Walls and friends 8:30pm start in The
Jazzbones in Tacoma features Festival Auditions every Wednesday thru July.
Sheila Kay was just cast in the musical Hairspray as Motormouth
Maybelle/Dynamite!!! appearing at Auburn Avenue Theatre in June.
BLUES TO DO this week….
April 20 – Bake’s Place Bellevue – The Rumba Kings, 8pm
April 20 – Highway 99 Blues Club, Seattle – Trailer Park
April 20-23 – Jazz Alley, Seattle – Earl Klugh
April 20 – Kush 21, Burien – Dj Hustleman 2:30pm, Septimus,
April 20 – Royal Room, Columbia City/Seattle – 4/20 Madness:
An Evening of 1920’s Jazz inspired by the Devil’s Weed!
April 20 – Salmon Bay Eagles, Ballard/Seattle – The Hanford
Isotopes featuring Johnny Atomic, 8pm
April 21 – Der Hinterhof, Leavenworth – Dusty 45s
April 21 –
Easy Monkey Taphouse Shoreline/Seattle – Stapleton, Weilhelm and Leighton, 8pm
April 21 – Egan’s Ballard Jam House – Bad News Botanists
featuring the music of Shawn Schlogel, 7pm
April 21-22 - G.Donnalson’s Tacoma – Bill & Denny’s
Little Big Band, 7:30pm
April 21 – Highway 99 Blues Club, Seattle – Kalimba (Earth
Wind & Fire Tribute)
April 21 – Jazzbones, Tacoma – A Night with Champagne Sunday
and Kim Archer, 9pm
April 21 - Nectar Lounge, Fremont/Seattle – Antibalas with
Polyrhythmics 5pm (all ages), 8pm
April 21 - Raging River, Fall City – Eastside Jam
April 21 – Vino Bella, Issaquah – CT and Classic Soul
April 22 – B Sharp Coffeehouse, Tacoma – T-Town Blues Revue
featuring John Hodgkin, 8pm
April 22 – Bake’s Place, Bellevue – Geoffrey Castle,
April 22 – Crossroads, Bellevue – Little Bill & The Blue
April 22 – El Corazon, Seattle – Palooka
April 22 – Highway 99 Blues Club, Seattle – Dreamwreck
featuring special guest Robbie Christmas
April 22 – Leavenworth Festival – Dusty 45s
April 22 – March for Science, Cal Anderson Park, Seattle,
April 22 – Ohana Eastside, Issaquah – TessaRosa, 9pm
April 22 – Oxford Saloon, Snohomish – Polly O’Keary &
The Rhythm Method
April 22 - Raging River, Fall City – Dirty Rice
April 22 – Royal Room, Columbia City/Seattle – The Jelly
Rollers Paundy Derek Burns
April 22 – Spar, Tacoma – Twang Junkies,
April 22 –
Third Place Books Lake Forest Park/Seattle – Ray Skjelbred and The Yeti Chasers,
April 23 – Capp’s Club, Kenmore – Dinner & A Show with
The McPage & Powell Trio, 5pm
April 23 – Raging River, Fall City – Sunday Night Jam with
Tommy Wall and Andrew Cloutier featuring Brett Benton, 7pm
April 23 – Spar Beer Parlor, Tacoma – New Rhythmatics, 7pm
April 25 – Bake’s Place, Bellevue – Ella Fitzgerald’s
Centennial Year featuring Greta Matassa Trio 8:30pm
April 25-27 - Jazz Alley, Belltown/Seattle – Lizz Wright
April 25 - Royal Room, Columbia City/Seattle – Hopscotch
April 26 – Highway 99 Blues Club, Seattle – High Cloud Cover
April 27 – Capp’s Club, Kenmore – Writers In The Round, 8pm
April 27 – Highway 99 Blues Club, Seattle – Patti Allen
& Monster Road
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