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The Chicago Blues Festival is a blues festival in Chicago held every year in June since 1984. The festival is hosted by the City of Chicago Mayor's Office of Special Events. It is held at Petrillo Music Shell and four other stages in Grant Park at the waterfront of Lake Michigan. The festival is free and it is the largest free blues festival in the world. Most of the musicians come from Chicago.
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Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist - Artist (Sample). As a minimum, each volume features four artists with session players as historically rich as the recordings themselves. The Grammy nominated Volume II contains two of the best guitarists and two of the best pianists. Three of these authentic artists still record and perform regularly even though they are senior citizens. Lonnie Brooks has been on the scene for half a century. His incisive bands have been a breeding ground for the next generation of blues greats. It's hard to believe "Don't Answer The Door" was recorded in '78, since the song still sounds contemporary. It features Brooks' deep blues grooves, booming vocals, and cutting guitar.
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Grammy-nominated Chicago blues artist Lonnie Brooks died April 1 in Chicago, according to an announcement from his son, Ronnie Baker Brooks. He was 83. Brooks combined Chicago blues, rock ’n’ roll, Memphis soul, swampy Louisiana grooves and country twang into a style that his fellow musicians called ‘voodoo blues,’ said a press release from Alligator Records, one of the labels for which Brooks recorded. He was inducted into the Port Arthur Historical Society Hall of Fame in 2001 and the Blues Hall of Fame in 2010. On June 12, 2012, Chicago Mayor Mayor Rahm Emanuel declared Lonnie Brooks Day.