Tag: blues music

Eli Cook releasing fifth studio album, Primitive Son

Much to the anticipation of blues music aficionados worldwide, acclaimed blues guitarist Eli Cook will be releasing his new CD titled ‘Primitive Son’ on April 29, 2014 on Cleopatra Records.

Dr. Levine and Dreaded Blues Lady in concert March 15

Dr. Levine and the Dreaded Blues Lady will perform in concert at North Branch School on Saturday, March 15, 7 p.m. Tickets are $10 in advance and $12 at the door.


The Greenbrier announces series of special interest weekends

This January, The Greenbrier resort in West Virginia is launching its Discovery Series, a collection of eight weekend events with themes ranging from interior design to the culinary arts, blues music to craft beer brewing, and from antiques to wellness.

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Wealth of talent on October River City Radio Hour

Clair Myers, producer of the River City Radio Hour, says, “We have a wealth of talent on the October Radio Hour.” To prove his point, he announced that Dr. Stephen Levine and the Dreaded Blues Lady, Lorie Strother, and the dynamic duo of Chet and Jill will join the Boogie Kings for a jam-packed musical hour on Friday, October 18.

Mojo Saturday Night: The Blues, The Whole Blues, and Nothin’ But the Blues!

A voice that good, they always want more! Even after their incredible opening set at the Waynesboro Chili, Blues and Brews Festival in September was completed, the crowd did not want her to stop… Erin Lunsford and the Smokey Bandits will bring that energy to their debut on Mojo Saturday Night on Saturday, November 17 at WTA’s Gateway in downtown Waynesboro. Joining them will be Emma Leigh and Buddy Thomas. The performance begins at 8 pm with the doors opening at 7:30 pm.

Kevin Chisnell: The Mojo Blog

November is a great month for the blues … as is the rest of the year and the rest of … ahem, um, winter!

Mojo Saturday Night starts second season

October 20th brings some local favorites to the 1st night of Mojo Saturday Night’s second season! Hosted by Kevin Chisnell, Mojo Saturday Night has established itself as a magnet for Blues lovers from Central Virginia. The evening starts at 8 pm at 329 West Main at WTA’s Gateway. Doors open at 7:30 pm.

Kevin Chisnell: Mojo Bluesman

So, what is Mojo Saturday Night, and what’s it like to be the host? Mojo Saturday Night is the region’s only monthly blues revue in a “listening room” setting. It takes place at The Gateway on the third Saturday of every month. It is a great show with local, regional and national blues artists ranging from solo acoustic to six- or seven-piece bands.


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