Chicago Blues Festival – 50 ANS

Music ,  Concert at Montauban

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  • Blues Night Rates 20/24 € 21h - Opening Doors 20h30 In November 1969, the first tour entitled "Chicago Blues Festival", imagined and organized by Jean-Marie Monestier took the road and crossed France and Europe for nearly two years. month. The set consisted of legend John Lee Hooker, accompanied by Lowell Fulson and his orchestra. Who could have imagined that 50 years later, the tour would have become one of the major annual blues lovers in France and would have seen over the years, blues legends like Otis Rush, Jimmy Dawkins, Hubert Sumlin, Luther Allison or Lonnie Brooks or unknown young talents who would later turn out to be big names in the blues scene like Magic Slim, Willie Kent, Koko Taylor, Melvin Taylor, Lucky Peterson or Kenny Neal? In order to properly celebrate the anniversary tour of 50 years, we have chosen to present a 100% All Stars platform, composed of recognized musicians, all from the Chicago scene and already in France as part of the tour. The group will be composed of two contemporary blues chicago guitarists, Wayne Baker Brooks, son of the legendary Lonnie Brooks, and Maurice John Vaughn, accompanied by harmonist Russ Green, diva Trudy Lynn and a high-level rhythmic with Melvin Smith on bass and Willie "The Touch" Hayes on drums. On tour from November 12 to December 6, 2019!
  • Rates
  • Full-fare
    24 €
  • Reduce rate
    20 €
  • On November 22, 2019 at 9:00 PM