Canada’s Bluesland Horn Band is an eight piece horn band in the classic tradition who’s members have graced the stages of festivals and shows throughout North America and Europe. Blues fans may remember the band which played through Western Canada from 1998 to 2004, releasing one album called 1st Street. The band was reformed in 2013 by Producer Terry Medd and now has four top-10 albums to their name. The band’s repertoire of originals and covers ranges through styles such as
On June 1st we will put some tickets for Bluesland Late Night Jam Session on sale, so stay tuned. Amount and price will depend on how many Premium and Gold Packages will be sold until June 1st. Don't miss this, as it won't happen ever again. Be part of this unique Event! 1. 3. Rosedale confirmed for Bluesland! Rosedale is a French Blues-rock band, founded in 2016 by lead singer Amandyn Roses and guitarist and songwriter Charlie Fabert. They revisit American Roots music with a fresh and interesting approach
Hey folks, a big Christmas thank you to everyone who came down to the Ironwood for Bluesland's matinee performance on Sunday.
Meet Me in Bluesland. Meet Me in Bluesland is a 2015 album by American southern rock band The Kentucky Headhunters and blues musician Johnnie Johnson. Recorded in 2003 during the sessions for the Kentucky Headhunters' 2003 album Soul, it was not released until 2015, ten years after Johnson's death. The Wall Street Journal. Retrieved July 28, 2018. Britt, Grant (May 26, 2015). Kentucky Headhunters with Johnnie Johnson - Meet Me in Bluesland".
my street You know, you gonna to meet some friends It's, it's down at the corner of lonely blues Where heartbreak, it never ends Instrumental Hey people welcome to my world It's the only place i can find some peace Hey! welcome to my world It's the only place i can find some peace I just take my luggage . 6. Meet Me In Bluesland. 8. Shufflin’ Back To Memphis.
Lay began to work with Howlin' Wolf in 1960 and spent the next six years with that group. He and bassist Jerome Arnold were hired away from Wolf's band by Paul Butterfield in 1966 and became part of the Paul Butterfield Blues Band, recording that classic first album. Lay toured with Butterfield until late year when he accidentally shot himself. Lay backed Bob Dylan at the historic 1965 Newport Folk Festival, when Dylan first introduced electric rock to the folk crowd. He went on to record with Dylan on Highway 61 Revisited.
1st Street is an east–west thoroughfare in Los Angeles and Monterey Park, California. It serves as a postal divider between north and south and is one of a few streets to run across the Los Angeles River. Though it serves as a major road east of downtown Los Angeles, it is a mostly residential street to the west. For over a mile between Hoover Street and Glendale Boulevard, 1st Street is synonymous with Beverly Boulevard.