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He will perform at Buddy Guy's Legends on Nov. Always ahead of his time, the multi-talented artist has been rediscovered and is hitting the comeback trail. He will perform at City Winery on July NEWS: R. Riley B. King: Sept. P hoto: Dianne Bruce Dunklau captured a tender moment with B. Roving reporter Liz Mandeville scoped out this uniquely talented artist to find the answer.
Here are 31 of them "in their own words. Exclusive photos! Blues on the Prairie Concert proved to be a family style night of soul satisfyin' music and more. Charlie recalls his long journey from Chicago's South Side to this premiere international blues festival. Tom explains how the blues bug first bit him and recalls legends he's met over the years. FEATURE: Interview with Bobby Rush The ever youthful soul-blues legend tells the truth about his life in show biz along with tall tales about preachin', sellin' cotton, playin' the chit'lin' circuit, Chicken Heads, other heads, shady record deals and the list goes on PART 2.
PART 1. Good guys wear black. Dan Ivankovich, a. Chicago Slim, mends bones in the city's poorest 'hoods by day and plays the blues at night. The multi-talented young lady talks about her dream career so far, with more to come. A year, prior she started her own record label and began a new path in her career as a blues singer, songwriter, guitarist, record label owner, author, speaker and painter. Heat founder and harp player Lacocque isn't your typical blues man.
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He's lived all over the world, but never felt at home until he discovered the blues in Chicago. Click on the photo to find out what kind of trouble they get into this month. Ritchie has been playing the blues for nearly five decades. His wild ride of a life story would make a great screenplay. Cool, Cool Dude, echo We can sing the Blues.
We can play the Blues. We are looking cool! Ostinato Blues, echo Repeat those funky Blues.
Ostinato Blues, Repeat those funky Blues. Cool, Cool Dude, echo Call out the Blues.
Echo the Blues. Students work in groups of three to improvise their own verse and share with the class.
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As students work, check off the names of successful students so that those having a problem can model after the successful students. Successful students help students who need further instruction. Students may choose block flute or xylophone instruments to improvise play their verse on that instrument. Teacher uses role to check off names as students play their phrase. Session 2 1. Assign xylophones or recorders to students. Students work in partners to improvise their own ostinato. Students use words chosen from the song.
Example: "Sit down, sit down. Assessment takes place as students work in partners to improvise their own ostinato. Students play their improvised pattern for each other. Teacher uses role book and writes yes or no as one calls and the other responds.
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Session 3 1. Assign xylophones and recorders to students. Divide students in half. Half the class plays recorders, and the other half plays the xylophones. Students respond by echoing teacher. Teacher continues the call and response. Students switch instruments for continued practice.
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