Karen Lovely Live!
Karen Lovely Live! @ Isleton Cajun & Blues Festival
Karen Lovely shot onto the blues scene from the 2010 Pacific Northwest International Blues Challenge
"BEST CONTEMPORARY BLUES ALBUM"
"BEST SONG""Still The Rain."
2011 BLUES MUSIC AWARD NOMINEE
"BEST CONTEMPORARY BLUES FEMALE ARTIST"
"2013 Best Female Blues Artist" Delta News & Review
"2013 Best Blues Vocalist Northwest News & Review
Tickets includes all performers per day including headliner Elvin Bishop Sat right after Karen lovely Live!
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Born in 1942, Elvin Bishop spent his college years learning blues guitar basics in South Side Chicago clubs along with young harmonica boss Paul Butterfield, who would then form the influential Butterfield Blues Band with Bishop and guitarist Michael Bloomfield not long after....
The five women who comprise the Magnolia Sisters are not related by birth, but rather by friendship and their love for traditional Cajun music. The band delivers energetic dance music as well as wistful older ballads that come from deep in the roots of Acadiana, as shown by their first recording, Prends Courage, released in 1995 by Arhoolie Records....
LBR's youthful vigor, unpolished rawness and passion are often confused with rockabilly or punk rock influences, when in fact these uncontainable energies were present in the Cajun repertoire long before the first hotrod laid rubber on Main Street or The Ramones eyed their first black leather jacket....
The King of Zydeco, Clifton Chenier grabbed Andre Thierry by the arms at the age of three and deemed him a future accordion player. Thierry’s French Creole roots are grounded in Louisiana....
Karen Lovely shot onto the blues scene from the Pacific Northwest like Stack O' Lee's .44 capturing 2nd Place Band Prize at the 2010 International Blues Challengefollowed by 2011 BMA Nominations for BEST CONTEMPORARY BLUES FEMALE ARTIST, BEST CONTEMPORARY BLUES ALBUM and BEST SONG for her sophomore release "Still The Rain....
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