New Blues Documentary coming out soon..

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New Blues Documentary coming out soon..

Postby birddog » Sat Jun 12, 2010 1:45 am

Got this email from Corky Siegel the other day, giving me a heads up on the perfomances this weekend at the Chicago Blues fest (would have been a good weekend to go)
Also giving a heads up on this so I'll paste it and the link to view the trailer, looks good!

Corky Featured In New Documentary

White, Black & Blues is a feature-length documentary from filmmaker John Anderson that is nearing completion.

White, Black & Blues chronicles the cultural fusion of the 1960’s that brought middle class white kids to inner city blues joints. Against all odds they were accepted by their idols and mentored by them, during a time when racial boundaries were just beginning to crumble.

This small group which included Elvin Bishop, Michael Bloomfield, Paul Butterfield, Barry Goldberg, Nick Gravenites, Harvey Mandel, Steve Miller, Charlie Musselwhite and Corky Siegel, sought out their musical heroes and ultimately established working relationships with them.

The result was a worldwide “bluesquake” whose roots can be directly traced back to Chicago’s rough and tumble club scene and the local teenagers crossing racial and generational lines. They brought the blues to the next generation.

View the trailer and learn more about the film, which is scheduled for release in Fall, 2010.

Link ... B%26B.html

Concerts if your in Chicago, but I imagine if your there you aren't reading this till maybe tomorrow

Catch Corky at the 2010 Chicago Blues Fest
Corky Siegel will perform with two different groups on the main stage at the Petrillo Music Shell:

Friday, June 11th @ 5pm:
Howlin’ Wolf alumni featuring Eddie Shaw and the Wolf Gang with Jody Williams, Sam Lay, Henry Gray, Abb Locke, Corky Siegel and special guest Hubert Sumlin.

Sunday, June 13th @ 7:10pm:
Chicago Blues Reunion featuring Barry Goldberg, Corky Siegel, Nick Gravenites, Harvey Mandel and special guests Charlie Musselwhite and Sam Lay.

Both performances are free.

The Chicago Blues Festival is located in Grant Park at Jackson Blvd. & Columbus Dr.

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