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Denver Comes Alive 2020

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Oteil & Friends / Poppa Funk and the Night Tripper / Ghost Live / Star Kitchen Mission Ballroom Denver Comes Alive Denver, CO January 31, 2020 The first European settlers arrived in the Denver area in 1858. Since then, it's been (nearly) non-stop growth flooding the plains with humanity and ...

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Big Sam’s Funky Nation: A Lesson at the School of Funk

Read "Big Sam’s Funky Nation:  A Lesson at the School of Funk" reviewed by Michael Hood

Big Sam's Funky NationMain StagePennsylvania Blues FestivalBlue Mountain Ski Area, PAJuly 28, 2012Among other things, Big Sam's Funky Nation is a walking, talking, funking class in the history and myriad styles of funk.Classic funk--that most grooving and gritty stepchild of blues, soul and classic R & B--was ...

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Pennsylvania Blues Festival: Palmerton, PA, July 27-29, 2012

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Pennsylvania Blues FestivalBlue Mountain Ski AreaPalmerton, PAJuly 27-29, 2012For 21 years, the Pocono Mountains have been the epicenter of the blues, attracting thousands to the bottom of a ski slope for three days each summer. Blue Mountain Ski Resort lent itself well to the fifteen national acts that performed on two ...


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