Oct 15, 2007
This is show #35, National Women in Blues Festival Preview Podcast for the middle part of October, 2007.
Welcome back, my blues sisters and blues brothers! This is Dave Harrison from the BluzNdaBlood podcast coming at ya from the little rocking studio in the beautiful Star City of Virginia!
The show is really a special one! This show will be a preview of some of the wonderful women playing at the 2nd Annual National Women in Blues Festival to be held in Wilmington, North Carolina on November 2nd and 3rd! One thing that I discovered quickly when putting this show together, is that there is so much great music to play, that I’ve decided to split the festival preview podcast into TWO shows! So this podcast, Show #35, will highlight the great musicians playing on Friday, November 2nd! So…. Are you ready for some tunes from some incredibly talented blues women? I hope so! Crank it up my friends, we’re off and running!
We start off this National Women in Blues Festival preview podcast with E.G. Kight playing Let the Blues Move You and Trouble with a Capital T. Who else are we gonna hear from on this Friday night preview show? Well, how about Sandy Atkinson with Red Hot Mammas and Cool DaddyOs, Snuggle Up, and Wild Thing a.k.a. Mary’s Blues! Following Sandy will be Sarah Lemieux, with Moonshine, and Ba Loo Lah Blues. Then we’ll hear from Lara Price and Laura Chavez with Old Love, and Faces of the Blues. We’ll hear a little more from Lara with The Lara Price Band playing It’s Alright! We’ll wrap up our podcast with our Friday night headliner E.G. Kight with Somewhere in Atlanta, and Blues and Greens. What a lineup!
Special thanks to Michele Seidman for all her hard work and effort in pulling this festival together! Fifty percent of the proceeds for ticket sales go to women related charities or organizations, like Rape Crisis, CARE of UNCW, Domestive Violence, and The Full Belly Project. The other fifty percent will go to the Blues Womens Urgent Medical Fund!
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