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The Dirty Blues Project
The Dirty Blues Project

About The Dirty Blues Project

When you talk to people at Akwesasne about music, this band always comes up in the conversation. A local favorite for benefits and fundraisers, the Dirty Blues Project tours regularly to New York City, Quebec and other east coast destinations.  Go to full article
Pat Johnson live on <i>The Blue Note</i> in 2003
Pat Johnson live on The Blue Note in 2003

Preview: Canadian bluesman Pat Johnson

Pat Johnson is one of eastern Ontario's busiest musicians, and he's marking the release of his second solo CD with a couple of special music events later this week. Joel Hurd has a preview.  Go to full article

Music: John Kribs Sings the Blues

Southern Adirondacks singer-songwriter John Kribs joined Todd Moe, and co-hosts Hilary Oak and Beth Robinson in the studio last night for NCPR's Open Studio. Here are some highlights.  Go to full article
CSBB: L to R, Jon Hunkins, Rick Bates, Chip Lamson, Amilo Pratti
CSBB: L to R, Jon Hunkins, Rick Bates, Chip Lamson, Amilo Pratti

Preview: "Blues for Books" Concert in Canton

The latest concert in the SeaComm Blues for Books series is set for Friday night starting at 8 at the Best Western University Inn in Canton. The concert will feature the blues group, the Conrad Story Blues Band. Celebrating its fifth year; Blues for Books is a fund-raiser event for First Book of St. Lawrence County. First Book is the regional affiliate of National First Book, a non-profit organization supporting family literacy by providing children from low-income families the opportunity to read and own their first new book. Todd Moe talks with Rick Bates, of the Conrad Story Blues Band and SeaComm Federal Credit Union's Jerry Manor about Friday night's benefit concert and the Blues for Books program.  Go to full article

Preview: Blues in Lake Placid This Weekend

A blues guitarist from New Jersey will find his way to Lake Placid for two performances at the Northwoods Inn. Joel Hurd has a preview.  Go to full article

People: Geoff Muldaur, a Folk/Blues Legend in Concert

Folk/Blues musician Geoff Muldaur played a concert at the historic Edwards Opera House last Saturday night in the St. Lawrence county community of Edwards. It was a chance to hear some great American music. If you missed it, here's a sample from Muldaur's concert.  Go to full article

Preview: Blues/Folk Legend Geoff Muldaur in Edwards

Tomorrow evening, folk-blues legend Geoff Muldaur will play a concert at the Edwards Opera House. It's a chance for North Country music lovers to enjoy some great traditional American music in an intimate, rustic concert hall. Joel Hurd has a preview.  Go to full article
The cover photo from the Conrad Story Blues Band's debut cd <i>Poutine</i>
The cover photo from the Conrad Story Blues Band's debut cd Poutine

Preview: Conrad Story Blues Band Benefit Concerts

Back for a third year, the Blues for Books fundraisers will feature performances by the Conrad Story Blues Band. There's a benefit concert tonight (Friday, 8pm) at the Glass Onion in Canton. The popular band also presents a special benefit concert Saturday night at 8 in support of the Thomas E. O'Shaughnessy Center for Assistive Technology at SUNY Potsdam. It'll be in Satterlee Hall's Sheard Literacy Center. Todd Moe talks with Rick Bates about the benefit concerts and the group's new cd Poutine.  Go to full article

Preview: Blues Pianist Bob Malone

Bob Malone's talent for playing New Orleans style piano blues has taken him to Europe, Japan and hundreds of concert halls and blues clubs from coast to coast?but he's never played in the North Country. All that will change tomorrow night with a performance at the Lowville Academy Auditorium at 8 o'clock. Joel Hurd has a preview.  Go to full article

Preview: Spencer Bohren in Lowville

After a couple of weeks of playing for the bourbon street crowd at Mardi Gras, blues musician Spencer Bohren pays a visit to the North Country with a stop in Lowville tomorrow evening. Joel Hurd has a preview.  Go to full article

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