Blues Masters at the Crossroads starts this coming weekend! (If you wait until ‘Stormy Monday” you’ll be too late! In fact, this is their last ever blues concert!
Blues legends and legends-to-be will perform at Blue Heaven Studios 201 S. Eighth Street in Salina. Buy your tickets at AcousticSounds.com or by calling 800-716-3553. So give up some ‘green’ for the blues!
Friday, October 26
Bobby Rush – “King of the Chitlin’ Circuit”
Mud Morganfield – Son of blues great, Muddy Waters
Marquise Knox – Blues guitarist on the rise from St. Louis
Beverly “Guitar” Watkins – 79 years old, but she’s still playing the blues
Saturday, October 27
Kenny “Real Deal” Neal – Guitar impressario – ‘swamp’ style
Robert Finley – soon-to-be-legendary soul singer
Larry Garner – Three-time blues writer of the rear
Li’l Ray Neal – Guitarist / bluesman from Baton Rouge
Walking toward the Renaissance Cafe, diners might expect to grab a tray and stand in line for Sloppy Joe’s. Instead diners will be ‘schooled’ to order and enjoy some of the finest dining in central Kansas. Or anywhere else!
The iconic band Kansaswill perform at the Stiefel Theatre in Salina on Friday, March 15 as part of their “Point of No Return 40th Anniversary Tour.” If you just can’t wait, listen to their live album “Leftoverture Live & Beyond” that was release last year on November 3, 2017.
Until then, buy your tickets for these upcoming performances at the Stiefel Theatre! All shows start at 8 pm.
Friday, November 2: Lord of the Dance – Dangerous Games
Saturday, November 3: Tedeschi Trucks Bank with Sam Lewis
Wednesday, November 7: Straight No Chaser
Saturday, November 10: Lindsay Buckingham with J. S. Ondara
Thursday, November 15: Josh Turner
Friday, November 16: Generation Axe with Vai, Wyld Malmsteen, Bettencourt and Abasi
Thursday, November 29: Tommy Emmanuel with Jerry Douglas
Saturday, December 1: Mark Chestnutt and Joe Diffie
“First Man” was released last weekend to excellent reviews! Directed by Damien Chazelle, “First Man” stars Ryan Gosling (‘La La Land’) as Neil Armstrong and Claire Foy (Netflix’s ‘The Crown’) as Janet Armstrong.