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JUNE 4–SEPT 10, 2020
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This newsletter has always been about the blues and nothin' but (OK, maybe a little blues-ish thrown in), but it is impossible to ignore what happened on Memorial Day: In Minneapolis Mr. George Floyd was murdered by a policeman in broad daylight ON CAMERA and in New York's Central Park, an unhinged woman unleased a nonsensical racist rant because she was asked to lease her dog (by a black man) in an area where that is the law. Those two events were the tipping point that FINALLY woke up the world and the reactions have been both encouraging (the largely peaceful protests much too long in coming) and heartbreaking (the senseless looting and destruction of our cities that do not honor the memory of Mr. Lloyd and all the other victims of racism and police brutality). The Something Happening Here section below includes just a little news related to these events and a playlist of songs, both blues and not, that just seem relevant right now.

ONE MORE THING
As previously announced, this will be the last newsletter until after Labor Day, when I hopefully will resume biweekly publication (tentatively, FRI, SEPT 11). I might be back sooner IF life returns to normal before September. Stay safe and try to do something kind for your fellow humans. In the meantime, I will be rethinking the website and, as clubs open, I will be updating the online calendar.

STAY SAFE and WELL and SANE!
–Karen Murphy, Editorial Director
PLAN B
CHICAGO BLUES FEST UPDATE
It's far from what we had been looking forward to this weekend had the Chicago Blues Festival gone on as planned, but the Department of Cultural and Special Events has announced that there would be a VIRTUAL Blues Fest as part of the Millennium Park at Home series. Unlike the 10-hour Juke Joint Festival marathon that was recently on Facebook Live, it will be just two hours a day, with six one-hour shows over three days. Note that the schedule previously announced for 2020 is what you can look forward to in JUNE 2021.

THE SCHEDULE
WATCH ONLINE: youtube.com/ChicagoDCASE

Friday, June 5, 6–8pm
Mike Wheeler
Guy King ​

Hosted by 93XRT’s Tom Marker

Saturday, June 6, 6–8pm
Melody Angel
John Primer ​

Hosted by WDCB 90.9FM and 93XRT’s Tom Marker

Sunday, June 7, 6–8pm
Ivy Ford
Toronzo Cannon

Hosted by WDCB 90.9FM and 93XRT’s Tom Marker

REST IN PEACE
The sadness just doesn't end. Since the last newsletter, we have lost more folks in the blues community or adjacent to it. 

FROM THE CHICAGO BLUES COMMUNITY
Little Johnny Harper
If you went to The Water Hole or the Polk St. Pub blues jams, you were luck to have heard Johnny perform. If not...
HAVE A LISTEN

Stan Mixon (Bass player)
At Chicago Blues Fest

Bob Levis

Chicago bass player who played with Otis Rush, among many others
Learn about Bob on his Facebook page
BOB LEVIS MEMORIAL FUND

Local blues community members also lost loved ones:
Mzz Reese lost The Legendary Godfather, Melvina "Chick" Rodgers-Williams lost her mom, Shorty Mack lost his wife, Kissie, and Rico McFarland lost his niece.

A FEW OTHERS WHO LEFT US
Lucky Peterson
12.13.64–5.17.20

The biggest shock to the blues community this month was the death of Lucky Peterson at the age of just 53. If you ever had  the pleasure of seeing Lucky live, you know why. Hands down, one of the most incredible shows I have ever see was when Lucky Peterson, Kenny Neal and the Silent Partners dominated the stage at B.L.U.E.S on Sept. 26, 1990. Read what Dave Whiteis wrote before the show–he absolutely NAILED what did happen.

EXPERIENCE A LITTLE LUCKY
50 - Just Warming Up! (2019 New Album Presentation) 

At 7 years old

Blues in Paris

Lucky Peterson and BB King

Every Day I Have the Blues

Lucky Peterson & Mighty Reapers - Little Red Rooster - 1992

We also said goodbye to:
Little Richard
12.5.32–5.9.20

On the Joan Rivers Show
An Hour-Long Documentary About Little Richard

Phil May (Pretty Things)
11.9.44–5.15.20

Did you know that Studebaker John was on a Pretty Things/Yardbirds album?
HAVE A LISTEN

Plus, Lisa Dawn Robinson, John Burnett, Dave Wright, Jimmy Cobb (Miles Davis drummer), Betty Wright, Jerry Hall (not that Jerry Hall, THIS ONE), Peter Ecklund, Melva Houston, Willie K, and the husband of Queen Delphine (Indiana blues singer).
 
WHO CAN THINK ANYMORE?
PLAY THE BLUES. The Chicago Blues Bootcamp is offering online lessons by its faculty members for $23.95 per month. The group will donate 20% of each order to the Blues Foundation’s COVID-19 Blues Musicians Emergency Relief Fund.
GET MORE INFO
athomechicagoblues.com

COMING SOON, WE HOPE. Toronzo Cannon was supposed to do a live stream from The Venue in Aurora to celebrate the club's one-year anniversary since he was the opening act last year, but it was cancelled due to the current state of the universe. 
CHECK OUT PHOTOS FROM LAST YEAR

BE INSPIRED. Dorothy Jean Tillman just got a master's degree in sustainable science and environmental planning from Unity College in Bangor, Maine. Now, she’s working on a book and a project to develop engineering labs for South African girls–and might put together a podcast. If you are wondering why you need to know this information or why you should care, here are two reasons:
  • Ms. Tillman is the granddaughter of drummer Jimmy Lee Tillman, a member of the Original Chicago Blues Allstars
  • Ms. Tillman is 14 years old.
Let that  information sink in for a while, especially if you are feeling just a little too proud of yourself for getting off the couch today and putting on pants.
LEARN MORE

VERY INTERESTING IDEA. I accidentally found the website, Lest We Forget, looking for a documentary about the late Kofi Burbridge, a former member of the Tedeschi Trucks Band. In short, Lest We Forget is "a series of musical tributes...that feature musicians performing fresh and original arrangements to songs that connect in some way to folks who are sadly no longer with us." 
HERE'S A FEW I LIKED
Matt "Guitar" Murphy
Clarence Foundation
Gregg Allman
Wouldn't this be a great way to honor the incredible legacy of Chicago blues? We surely have the talent here that could make this happen. It could be the "virtual" museum that could replace that brick and mortar thing that never got off the ground–at least for now (or maybe forever).

Brother Robert: Growing Up With Robert Johnson, a new book written by his stepsister and  Preston Lauterbach, paints a much different picture of the legendary blues musician than the guy who went down to the crossroads. His stepsister Annye Anderson was just 12 years old when Johnson died in 1938 at the age of 27. She is now 94 years old and a retired educator and administrator of the Boston Public Schools in Massachusetts. 
READ THE VANITY FAIR STORY
GET THE BOOK ON JUNE 9

MARK YOUR CALENDAR. Delmark has created a streaming calendar in partnership with DoStuff Media. Obviously, the calendar lists Delmark artists only. These two are part of the Millennium Park at Home series mentioned earlier:
JUNE 5 Mike Wheeler and Guy King 
JUNE 6 Melody Angel

A FEW OTHER UPCOMING SHOWS
JUNE 6
Jimmy Johnson @ 2pm
Jimmy Burns @ 4pm


JUNE 14 @ 2pm
Johnny Burgin

CHECK OUT THE CALENDAR

A LABOR OF LOVE. Can you believe that it has been 40 years since Steve Cushing began Blues Before Sunrise? Talk about a national treasure. In case you live under a rock, Blues Before Sunrise is a five-hour weekly public radio show for vintage blues, R&B and gospel from the 1920s through the 1960s. The show started in 1980 on WBEZ (91.5 FM), but can now be heard on WDCB (90.9 FM) on Saturdays from midnight to 5am, and on 25 other stations nationwide. Cushing can also occasionally be found behind a drum set and has written several books on his favorite subject.
LEARN MORE

SAD (BUT HOPEFUL) NEWS. Anthony Paule, leader of the great Anthony Paule Soul Orchestra, has recently completed treatment for classic Hairy Cell Leukemia, which luckily is the less aggressive version of the disease. The GoFundMe campaign to help Paule with medical bills has exceeded its $15,000 goal, but you can probably still donate if you choose.  Although HCL is incurable, it is manageable with proper treatment. The next step for Paule is a bone marrow biopsy in late July or early August. Think positive thoughts and send some love his way.
SOME PHOTOS OF PAULE AND HIS BAND
OCT 2017 LOGAN CENTER BLUES FEST
2018 NORTH ATLANTIC BLUES FESTIVAL

ONE MORE TIME....Thanks to the eight folks who opened their wallets a month ago and sent a little money (and more than I suggested!) to the Blue Front Cafe's GoFundMe to get it from $860 to $1205! So...are we down to eight readers or have you just been distracted? Come on, they are only $3795 from their goal. ANYBODY got an extra $10? I surely could understand your disinterest if I was begging for myself (or my cat), but I hope you know I would NEVER do that.
BY THE WAY...If you feel like traveling, the Bentonia Blue Festival was still on at press time:
JUNE 20 at the Holmes Farm
JUNE 15–20 At the Blue Front Cafe (Juke starts at 7pm each evening).
BENTONIA BLUES FEST FACEBOOK PAGE
VISIT YAZOO WEBSITE

Watch for the next chicagoBLUESnews:  
FRIDAY, SEPT 11
TICKET GIVEAWAYS

I am not feeling too optimistic these days, BUT both shows are still on for now so....the FREE TICKETS giveaways are still going on.

Joe Louis Walker
AUG 28
@ Hey Nonny, Arlington Heights
SUBJECT LINE: Everyone Wants a Piece of Joe Louis Walker
ENTER NOW


Taj Mahal Quartet
SEPT 28 9pm show
@ City Winery
SUBJECT LINE: Taj Has the Leavin' Trunk Blues
ENTER NOW

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DON'T GO OUT!
While I am away, I will try to work on the ONLINE CALENDAR to get it up to date. I have been adding rescheduled dates to the calendar, and there are a few shows coming up in the not-to-distant future that have not yet been cancelled (like Southern Hospitality at SPACE on June 19). If you have tickets to any show in the next few months, just contact the venue for the most updated info.

Continue to take care of your health, listen to blues online and support the musicians who are doing live streaming shows. A quick spin on Facebook will find a lot of options in addition the information on our website.
LIVE ON THE WEB
Here are just a few of the many options to stream LIVE music. I am sure you already know when your faves are streaming--or you should.

THUR, JUN 4 @ 7pm
Donna Herula, Joanna Connor AND Katherine Davis

It really doesn't get much better that this: Three of Chicago's finest women of the blues together. The show is FREE, of course, but show the ladies a whole lotta love by dropping a few benjamins in the virtual tip jar.
LIVE STREAM

THURS, JUN 4 @ 630pm CDT
Keb'Mo'
Let's Stay In Together: A Benefit to Support The Apollo
RSVP:  www.apollotheater.org/rsvp

THURS, JUN 4 @ 7pm CDT
Tedeschi Trucks Band

LIVE STREAM

SAT, JUN 6 @ 9pm CDT
Tommy Castro & The Painkillers
LIVESTREAM from Rancho Nicasio

EVERY FRI–SUN @ 8–11pm
Rosa's Lounge

It's an online Stay-at-Home, Late Night Blues Party! 
THREE WAYS TO LISTEN
Facebook: Rosa's Lounge 
YouTube
  OR
on Roku (add Rosas Lounge channel)

NEED MORE?
As I have said before, you can get your live music fix by going online and finding your favorite musicians. Most of them are performing live on a regular basis to try to make a little money during this national nightmare.

Here are a few helpful resources where you can find live music and also sources of financial help.

The DCASE page for Cultural Affairs and Special Events
A long list of Chicago's city-sponsored events, noting current status

Send me a note if you have something to add:
editor@chicagobluesnews.com
NEW MUSIC
Gerald McClendon | Can't Nobody Stop Me Now
Delta Roots
Twelve original songs by Twist Turner sung by the "Soulkeeper" himself, backed by an all-star group of musicians that include Herb Walker, Mark Wydra, Roosevelt Purifoy, Ariyo, John Brumbach, Twist Turner and more
HAVE A LISTEN
BUY IT

Johnny Burgin | No Border Blues
Delmark
Coming June 19
Otis Rush and other Chicago greats like Eddie Taylor and Jimmy Dawkins lit the fire in Japan 40 years ago that led to this CD, the first American compilation of the musicians in the Japanese underground blues scene, with musical contributions by Johnny Burgin.
BUY IT
SOMETHING HAPPENING HERE...
PHOTO: Chess Studios and the home of Willie Dixon's Blues Heaven Foundation on Wednesday, June 3, 2020.
© chicagoBLUESnews/Karen Murphy


Chicago, like most all major cities, had widespread looting and vandalism last weekend. Many stores were damaged beyond repair. Although there were rumors on Facebook that Kingston Mines was damaged, that doesn't appear to be true. Blue Chicago (536 N. Clark), however, took a pretty serious hit.

AND...FROM LOW-REEN'S FACEBOOK PAGE:
Water Hole got hit last night 😢 Broken front plate glass windows. Not much else damaged. Tony was a little amused at the two guys, once they got in, they had trouble getting out. You see, several of the doors are a little quirky with the way the locks operate. So they were still inside when the police got there 😆. Two young guys, from west and south suburbs

Finally, for the photographers among us and those who just simply appreciate historic institutions, it was tragic to see that Central Camera was destroyed. The business was founded in 1899 around the corner from its current location at 230 S. Wabash, where it has been since 1929. Amazingly, third-generation owner Don Flesch was preternaturally calm about the huge loss and vowed to rebuild. 

Clearly the damage touched a nerve because the GoFundMe campaign for Central Camera was past $175,000 (goal is $250,000) when I last checked.
ANOTHER WAY TO SHOW YOUR LOVE: BUY A T-SHIRT

READ DAVE HOESKTRA'S BEAUTIFUL ARTICLE ABOUT CENTRAL CAMERA

GEORGE FLOYD MEMORIAL GoFUNDMe 
Clearly, Mr. Floyd's murder has electrified an open wound. The fund, set up by Floyd's brother, Philonise, had reached, at press time, more than $12.5 million from more than 460,000 donors. Apparently, there also are separate funds set up for his young daughter, Gianna, and by his youngest sister, Bridgett.

You can send a card, letter of encouragement  and/or contributions in the form of a money order or check, to:
The Estate of George Floyd
c/o Ben Crump Law, PLLC
122 S. Calhoun Street
Tallahassee, FL 32301
Attn: Adner Marcelin

NOW WHAT?
Now that the whole world really is finally watching, we must move forward. For some inspiration, check out Killer Mike's speech. Below is a playlist of random songs (blues and otherwise) that I have been playing this week because I needed to. Michael Damani's song, Black Bags, is particularly chilling, and Shemekia Copeland's Ain't Got Time for Hate is achingly beautiful and should become our new anthem for the change that we want in our world. Can this be the year that Sam Cooke is finally right?
Black Bags
Michael Damani and the Original Chicago Blues Allstars

Ain't Got Time for Hate 
Shemekia Copeland and Ronnie Baker Brooks

The World's In  A Tangle
Jimmy Rogers

It Don't Make Sense If You Can't Make Peace
Willie Dixon

Walls of Hate
Eddy Clearwater

A TIme for Peace
Eddy Clearwater

Why Am I Treated So Bad
The Staples Singers

Police Dog Blues
Blind Blake

Inner City Blues
(Make Me Wanna Holler)

Marvin Gaye

Police Department Blues
Andy Griffith

County Jail Blues
Eric Clapton

Four Dead in Ohio
Crosby, Stills,
Nash and Young

Mississippi Goddam
Nina Simone

Ball of Confusion
The Temptations

Down in Mississippi
Mavis Staples

Ride On, Ride On
Louisiana Red

Gimme Shelter
The Rolling Stones Featuring Lisa Fischer

Rock and Roll Nigger
Patti Smith
Ain't Gonna Let Nobody
Turn Me Around

Mavis Staples
w/Bonnie Raitt

Blues for Martin Luther King
Otis Spann

Is It Because I'm Black?
Syl Johnson

Get Up, Stand Up
Bob Marley

For What It's Worth
Buffalo Springfield

The Revolution Will
Not Be Televised

Gil-Scott Heron

The Eve of Destruction
Barry McGuire

Jim Crow Blues
Lead Belly

Trouble Blues
Sam Cooke

Somebody Easy
My Troublin' Mind

Sam Cooke and
Eric Clapton

Cry No More
Rhiannon Giddens

Hurricane
Bob Dylan

Killbilly Blues
theSham

Can't Turn Me 'Round
The Roots

You Say You Want a Revolution
The Beatles

Volunteers
Jefferson Airplane

Hold On
Alabama Shakes

Change is Gonna Come
Sam Cooke
DISTRACT YOURSELF
WATCH A VIDEO
The Temptations – Live in Concert

Online Gems
Damn Right I've Got the Blues
Buddy Guy and John Mayer

Hoochie Coochie Man
Buddy with John Mayer, Phil Lesh and Questlove

A Woman Named Trouble
Tony Holiday's Friends

Sure 'Nuff 'N Yes I Do
Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band

The Mother Song (1965)
Goldberg-Miller Blues Band
YEP...that would be Barry and Steve in their youth.
 
My Pencil Won’t Write No More
Muddy Waters

Set Fire to the Soul (1987)
James Brown and Friends
The friends being Aretha Franklin, Robert Palmer, Joe Cocker, Wilson Pickett–and more

Higher Ground
Playing for Change–Song Around the World

Walking Blues featuring Keb' Mo'
Playing For Change–Song Around The World

Chicago Blues Allstars 1969
Willie Dixon, Clifton James, Johnny Shines, Big Walter Horton, Sunnyland Slim

Mean Woman Blues
Eric Clapton and Carl Perkins

THREE VERSIONS OF MATCHBOX BLUES
Stevie Ray Vaughan and Albert King

Johnny Cash, Carl Perkins & Eric Clapton

Paul McCartney


HISTORY LESSONS
The Queer Black Woman Who Reinvented The Blues

Chuck Berry's House
PLAN TENTATIVELY AHEAD
SAT, OCT 3
Brian Lupo CD Release Party
This release party originally had been scheduled for May 30
The Wire, Berwyn

CANCELLED
WED, JUNE 10
Chicago Blues Legends Jam
Martyrs'
OUT AND ABOUT VIRTUALLY
PHOTOS
LEFT COLUMN (top to bottom):
Victor Wainwright, Thornetta Davis, Ori Naftaly and Tierinii Jackson (Southern Avenue) and Sue Foley
RIGHT COLUMN (top to bottom):
Shemekia Copeland and her son, Johnny Lee Copeland-Schultz; Eric Bibb, Luther Dickinson and Samantha Fish
ALL PHOTOS © Chicago Blues News/Karen Murphy


MAY 3 2020 @ MEMPHIS
Blues Music Awards
Although it was not nearly as much fun as actually being in Memphis for the Blues Foundation's Blues Music Awards, it was certainly much cheaper sitting on my couch. The show was an extremely well-done two-hour broadcast hosted by the always charming Shemekia Copeland and occasionally featuring her super-cute son, Johnny. It ran on both Facebook Live and YouTube, which meant I could watch on a real TV! A big congrats to our hometown heroes, who took some of the big prizes of the evening:

The Nick Moss Band featuring Dennis Gruenling – Band of the Year
Nick Moss – Song of the Year for Lucky Guy
The Nick Moss Band Featuring Dennis Gruenling – Traditional Blues Album for Lucky Guy
Shemekia Copeland – Contemporary Blues Female Artist
Earwig Music (Michael Frank) – Historical Blues Album for Cadillac Baby's Be & Baby Records Definitive Collection

Christone "Kingfish" Ingram was another big winner, taking home Album of the Year, Best Emerging Artist Album and Contemporary Blues Album for Kingfish, and also winning Contemporary Blues Male Artist.

Another one of our faves–Sugaray Rayford–was named BB King Entertainer of the Year and Soul Blues Male Artist.

CHECK OUT ALL THE WINNERS
You can also watch the broadcast again (or for the first time) at this link.
Since I am going to be gone for the summer, there are a LOT of birthdays to celebrate.  So...the ones below are most closely identified with the Chicago blues community.

The complete list is online.
June 4
Ronnie Hicks
 
June 9
Janice Monti
Mondo Cortez
 
June 14
Sarah Marie Young
 
June 18
Jimmy Lee Tillman
David Sims
Michael Peavy
 
June 20
Hambone (WDCB)
(aka Scott Hammer)
 
June 30
Ms. Rodeo
Mike Wheeler 
 
July 1
Syl Johnson
 
July 3
Sumito “Ariyo” Ariyoshi
 
July 4
Linda Cain
 
July 5
Laretha Weathersby
 
July 10
Bruce Iglauer
 
July 15
Willie Cobbs
Corey Dennison
 
July 18
Tony Manguillo
 
July 19
John Watkins
 
July 20
Merle Perkins
 
July 23
Frank Pellegrino
Linsey Alexander 
 
July 30
Buddy Guy
Aug 1
Deitra Farr
 
Aug 2
Mark Naftalin
Aug 3
Matthew Skoller
Ronnie Shellist
 
Aug 5
Michael Murphy
 
Aug 7
Me
 
Aug 11
Billy Flynn
 
Aug 12
Nick Bell
Morry Sochat
 
Aug 19
Billy Prewitt
 
Aug 21
Elmore James Jr.
Tracee Adams

Aug 22
Jim “Thebassguy” Kaplan
 
Aug 23
Johnny Iguana
 
Aug 25
Jacob Schulz
(aka Brother Jacob)
 
Aug 26
Ari Seder
Derrick Procell
 
Aug 27
Andrew Diehl
Louisiana Al
 
Aug 31
Joanna Connor
Tom Rezetko
 
Sept 2
Jeff Stone
 
Sept 3
Jackie Dixon
 
Sept 8
Leslie Keros
BELATED WISHES 
If I missed your birthday, more cake for you. Please let me know the date for next year so I can add you to the list. 
MAY 9
Jontavious (Quon) Willis
BIRTHDAY REMEMBRANCES
And here's all the birthday remembrances from the last newsletter through to the next one.
June 6
S.P.Leary
 
June 10
Howlin' Wolf
 
June 11
Bonnie Lee
 
June 12
Harmonica George Robinson
 
June 15
Aron Burton
 
June 23
Lucille Spann
 
June 24
Michael Coleman 
 
June 26
Big Bill Broonzy
 
June 27
Johnny "Big Moose" Walker 
 
June 28
David “Honeyboy” Edwards
 
July 1
James Cotton
Willie Dixon
 
July 7
Pinetop Perkins
 
July 10
Barrelhouse Chuck
 
July 12
Sammy Lawhorn 
 
July 28
Mike Bloomfield
July 30
Bobby Too Tuff
(aka Edward Blanche)

Aug 1
Marie Dixon
 
Aug 3
Alex “Easy Baby” Randle
 
Aug 7
Magic Slim
 
Aug 13
Son Seals
 
Aug 15
Osee Anderson Sr.
 
Aug 17
Luther Allison
 
Aug 18
Barkin’ Bill Smith
 
Aug 19
Little Johnny Christian
 
Aug 27
Odie Payne Jr.
Lenin "Doc" Pellegrino
 
Aug 30
Luther “Snake Boy” Johnson
 
Sept 4
Meade “Lux” Lewis
 
Sept 5
Sunnyland Slim
 
Sept 6
Jimmy Reed
Fred Belows Jr.
A NON-BLUES MOMENT
Did you know that on JUNE 12, 2020, it will be 50 years sinceThe Kinks released their seminal single, Lola. The band is asking fans to send in memories of the track, including cover versions, artwork, pictures and anecdotes.
 
On the anniversary, the band will be celebrating the single online with some special unseen videos and new covers, and also will include many of the fan submissions. Use the hashtag #LolaDay when posting on social media or email stuff to LolaDayEntries@gmail.com

This fan (aka ME) is asking the band to use the anniversary to finally announce a new tour. Time is running out!
That's all folks!

BE WELL....BE SAFE

See you in September...or maybe sooner. I'll be
wandering around hiding under one of my many fun masks.
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