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Saturday, April 22, 2017  |  6:30 PM - 8:30 PM

Open to All Attendees!

Blues Revue & Benefit Concert

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Join us for an incredible evening of Chicago blues presented by the Jazz Foundation of America and featuring Ronnie Baker Brooks, Billy Branch and Mud Morganfield.

Donations to Jazz Foundation of America are encouraged. All proceeds raised will support blues and jazz artists in need who have made immeasurable contributions to American music.

Ronnie Baker Brooks, son of Chicago blues master Lonnie Brooks, is an accomplished blues guitarist who has headlined at the 2013 Chicago Blues Festival and performed internationally at the Notodden Blues Festival in Norway. Billy Branch is a three-time Grammy Award nominee and played harmonica in Willie Dixon’s Chicago Blues All-Stars band. Mud Morganfield is the eldest son of Muddy Waters and has been taking the world’s blues festivals by storm of late and recently released a Blues Music Award-winning album with Fabulous Thunderbirds frontman Kim Wilson.

Ronnie Baker Brooks Billy Branch Mud Morganfield


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About the Jazz Foundation of America


For 28 years, the Jazz Foundation of America (JFA) has been keeping jazz, blues, R&B and soul alive by helping the musicians who have played with everyone from Duke Ellington and Billie Holiday to Jimi Hendrix and The Rolling Stones.Their social work services provide housing assistance, pro bono medical care, and emergency financial support to musicians in crisis. Their Jazz in the Schools program provides dignified employment for musicians who are too old or too ill to tour and reaches thousands of public schoolchildren every year. JFA now assists in 7,000 cases annually across the country.
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