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Western Reserve Folk Arts Association

Elvin Bishop & Charlie Musselwhite

  June 23, 2024 7:30 PM

Doors Open: 6:30 PM

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INDIVIDUAL: $66.44 / $56.14

INDIVIDUAL Public Onsale: April 6, 2024 11:00 AM to June 23, 2024 8:30 PM
Elvin Bishop 
Founding Member of the groundbreaking Paul Butterfield Blues Band
1998 - Inducted into Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame
2006 - Nomination for Blues Music Award for Contemporary Blues Album of the Year 
2009 - Nominated in 4 Blues Music Award categories - Album of the Year - Contemporary Blues Album of the Year
 - Contemporary Blues Male of the Year - Song of the Year
2009 - GRAMMY Nomination Blues Album of the Year 
2009 - Blues Blast Magazine winner of Best Male Blues Artist 
2011 - Nomination for Blues Music Award Historical Album of the Year 
2012 - Nomination for Blues Music Award Best DVD 
2012/2013 - Rock Hall Nominee as member of Paul Butterfield Blues Band 
2015 - Inducted in the Rock Hall as member of Paul Butterfield Blues Band 
2016 - Blues Hall of Fame Inductee (Solo)
Charlie Musselwhite
2019 GRAMMY Nominee w/Ben Harper
2014 GRAMMY Winner w/Ben Harper
13-time GRAMMY Nominee
33-time Blues Music Award Winner
Many-time Living Blues Award Winner
Elvin Bishop & Charlie Musselwhite
100 Years of Blues 
2022 GRAMMY Nomination for Best Traditional Blues Album
Blues Music Award Winner - 2022 Album of The Year 
Blues Music Award Winner - 2022 Traditional Blues Album of the Year
Charlie Musselwhite’s journey through the blues was from his birth in Mississippi to Memphis, Chicago and California. Arriving in Chicago in the early sixties, he was just in time for the epochal blues revival. In 1966 at the age of 22 he recorded the landmark Stand Back! to rave reviews. A precipitous relocation to San Francisco in 1967, where his album was being played on underground radio, found him welcomed into the counterculture scene around the Fillmore West as an authentic purveyor of the real deal blues.
On the title track of his new album, Can’t Even Do Wrong Right, legendary blues guitarist, songwriter and singer ELVIN BISHOP spins a tale of a not-too-smart criminal getting caught by his own foolish missteps. The shaggy dog story, fueled by Bishop’s down-home delivery and deep blues slide guitar, is an affirmation of the Chicago Sun-Times’ ebullient praise: “It’s impossible not to like Bishop. He’s always singing something lowbrow and uplifting.” With his buoyant and deceptively loose-sounding ensemble behind him, he’s also playing some of the most spirited and distinctive blues slide guitar today.

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