Michael Burks Playing Guitar At Portland Waterfront Blues Festival

In this July 5, 2009 file photo, Bluesman Magic Slim performs with his band "The Teardrops" on the final day of the Waterfront Blues Festival in Portland. led by his singing and guitar playing, and.

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Joining Rawls and Nichols onstage are John Moore on bass, Michael Kakuk on saxophone and harmonica and John Chart on guitar. En route to Helena on Tuesday near St. Cloud, Minnesota, Rawls said he’d be.

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Knox hails from a musical family deeply entrenched in the blues. He learned to play guitar from his grandmother. during an ice storm in a church with the world renowned Michael Burks and his band.

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Born in Chicago on April 8, 1955, in the heart of Chicago’s tough West Side, Ed grew up surrounded by music. He was playing guitar, then drums and bass, by the time he was 12.

Six bands with genres ranging all the way from blues to “hypsie-folk” will enliven the Kalama waterfront this weekend. The Kalama Music Festival. also from Portland. Mojo Blasters members Richie Be.

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At the Waterfront Blues Festival, a charity fundraiser. The Paladins proved it was possible to play upright bass behind one’s back, not just electric guitar, and gave a lovely tribute to late blues.

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And good is what he will deliver at the Safeway Waterfront Blues Festival. Walker is finishing up an album he plans to release early next year. He plans to give Portland a taste of some of his new mat.

Around the Northwest Ben Rice has been winning awards for his vocals and guitar. Michael Franti, Rebirth Brass Band, The California Honeydrops and performed at Bottlerock, Outsidelands, Joshua Tree.

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Rawls is a travelin man, playing more than 200 shows a year. Hes performed at such major festivals as the Chicago Blues Festival, the Russian River Blues Festival, The Portland. Michael Kakuk, saxo.

Born in Chicago on April 8, 1955, in the heart of Chicago’s tough West Side, Ed grew up surrounded by music. He was playing guitar, then drums and bass, by the time he was 12.

2nd St. Curly’s Waterfront Sports Bar & Grill: Maple Road Blues Band, 9 p.m. April 7. UWM Peck School of the Arts Recital Hall: Matt Palmer classical guitar concert, 7:30 p.m. April 11, 2400 E. Ken.