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Chicken Shack Alley (Music)
With Rich Barta
Sun May 20th 2012 6.00pm–8.00pm
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Time zone: central
Joe Cocker “Have a Little Faith in Me” from Have a Little Faith (Sony 1994)
Joe Cocker “Summer in the City” from Have a Little Faith (Sony 1994)
Guitar Mikey And The Real Thing “That's No Way” from Out of the Box (Earwig Music 2012) N
Guitar Mikey And The Real Thing “The Bigger Fool” from Out of the Box (Earwig Music 2012) N
Mike and the Censations “DON'T MESS WITH ME” from Don't Sell Your Soul (Luv N' Haight 2011) N
Mike and the Censations “The Straw That Broke The Camel's Back” from Don't Sell Your Soul (Luv N' Haight 2011) N
Grady Champion “I'm Smilin' Again” from Shanachie Days (GSM 2012) N
Billy Peek “No Money Down” from Tribute to a Poet (Ida-Bess Records 2006) L
Boo Boo Davis “Talkin' 'bout My Dogs” from East St. Louis (Black & Tan 2000) L —playing the Blueweek Celebration in St. Louis Memorial Day weekend!
Steve Pecaro & the Tone Kings “Big Love” (self-released 1999) L
MARQUIS KNOX “You Better Pray” from HERE I AM (APO 2011)
Tad Robinson “Turn to the Music” from Back In Style (Severn Records 2010) —singing with the Bel Airs during the bluesweek festival on Sunday
The Jeremiah Johnson Band with The Sliders “Brand Spank'n Blue” (self 2011) L
Nick Moss & The Fliptops “Late Night Saint” from Play It 'Til Tomorrow (Blue Bella 2007)
Matt Hill & the Deep Fryed 2 “Ain't No Boy” from Tappin' That Thang (Deep Fryed/VizzTone 2012) N L
Super Chikan “Could Have Been Me” from Shoot That Thang (Rooster Blues Records unk 2001) —actual name is James Johnson, Big Jack Johnson's nephew
Leroy Jody Pierson “Shake 'Em On Down” from Country Blues (Gravel Road Recording 2007) L
Deborah Coleman “Brick” from Soul Be It! (BLIND PIGRECORDS 2002)
Deborah Coleman “My Heart Bleeds Blue” from Soul Be It! (BLIND PIGRECORDS 2002) —with Enrico Crivellaro on guitar.
Janiva Magness with Enrico Crivellaro “Good Car” from various: Friday Night Live (Pacific Blues 2000) —live performances from the 'Friday Night Blues Revue' radio program hosted by Ellen Bloom & Juke Logan
Paxton Norris “That Womans Trouble” from Something's Gotta Give (artist release 2012) N —Victor Wainwright on piano
Like everything else, times are approximate.
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