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Cedric-burnside-promo-photo-by marc pagani photography The 21st Saloon

Before you read the words “The Blues” and turn the page, check out what Scott Kirk wants to tell you.

“I have been saying for years now that the music world is starving for a change,” Kirk, owner of The 21st Saloon, says. “This is where I believe that the blues has never gotten the credit it deserves. People have a misconception of the blues. It's not what I thought it was. It's all genres mixed into one. All music...

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 Josh Hoyer's thought-provoking and dance-floor friendly original soul-R&B is laid down by a top-notch band. Their hard-driving, heartfelt sound got the attention of Wilco drummer and celebrated producer Ken Coomer this past summer. Josh Hoyer & Soul Colossal's fourth studio disc Running From Love was recorded at Nashville's Sound Emporium in mid-September with Coomer in the producer's chair.

“Big smiles and...

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Lincoln's Zoo Bar keeps the great shows coming with two special highlights in October. The legendary Maria Muldaur performs at the Zoo Saturday, Oct. 3, 6-9 p.m as part of her current midwest tour. Muldaur hit the Top 40 in 1974 with her Grammy-nominated hit “Midnight at The Oasis.” Ultimately she returned to her first love, roots music, having spent much of the '60s touring and recording with the influential Jim...

Tab bio Hot Tamale Baby

Here's a quick weekend update, and I apologize in advance for whatever I forget.

Saturday Hector Anchondo and E3 Music Management host a celebration of live blues in the Old Market, which used to be one of the go-to places in town for great blues and roots music. The first annual In The Market for Blues festival happens Saturday, Sept. 19, featuring local and regional blues acts. Music takes place at the Harney...

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