I like to say that we had Beethoven, Mozart and Bach on the same label. Click here for ticket info. Click here for the full article. I mean, he was just the best guitar player I ever heard, on any level. The figure whose energy and charisma dominate much of the film, both through his playing and archival footage of interviews, is Mr.
For complete details, read the PR Release. The incongruity of Waters and the Hoochie Coochie Boy in that film is rather the opposite of what we get in Born in Chicago, a new documentary now making the rounds of the festival circuit.
Born In Chicago sets the record straight about the mighty and tough urban blues scene that exploded from the Windy City in the 20th Century.
Link to trailer: Chess said. An interview in the film with the guitarist Hubert Sumlin, a breathing tube in his nose, is the last he gave before he died in 2011.
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Goldberg and Mr. Exit vocalists Tracy Nelson and Marcy Levy; welcome at least for this Chicago homecoming gig Charlie Musselwhite, a terrific harpist-vocalist and long-ago Chicago running mate of Gravenites, keyboardist Barry Goldberg, guitarist Harvey Mandel and harpist Corky Siegel. This is soulful stuff -- exactly what America needs to remind itself of what it used to be. This summer, they're a real band. Previous What's Happs. A version of this article appears in print on , on Page C1 of the New York edition with the headline: In fact, I was embarrassed by it.
Born In Chicago is a soulful documentary film that chronicles a uniquely musical passing of the torch.
Etta James, now she could sing like a cantor. Sheffield in Chicago, 7 pm.
As the film, which will have its New York premiere at 9 p. There's a lot of love on display, and the film makes clear that it flowed in both directions, from acolytes and mentors alike. March 13, Paramount Theatre.
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