Monthly Archives: June 2015

patron of the arts come thru…

June 30, 2015
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patron of the arts come thru…

Recently the West Virginia Jazz Society had been experiencing some problems in an effort to finance a jazz show in Clarksburg. Pittsburgh Latin jazz group Salsamba was booked to perform in Bridgeport at City Park on Thursday July 23rd and Clarksburg Friday July 24th. But due to lower than expected advance ticket sales for...

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a renewal…

June 29, 2015
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a renewal…

A few years back some PB&J’ers, friends, cousins, etc would “meet” occasionally at Court Street Grill. Partaking in high-level discussions while perhaps enjoying a Bungtown Burger, chum-bucket or hot wings along with a cold one or two. This monthly get together became known as the monthly “brush with greatness” meeting. Not that anybody involved...

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“Blues Is the Healer”- John Lee Hooker

June 29, 2015
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“Blues Is the Healer”- John Lee Hooker

Since 2007 Sean Carney’s Blues For A Cure continues to help raise funds for cancer research, and survivor programs. Saturday June 27th the 5th annual SCBFAC was held at Sally Buffalo Park in Cadiz, OH. The following was sent our way via our buddy Ole’Blueshound of the Columbus Blues Society. Cadiz is located approx...

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Ana Popovic gear stolen

June 29, 2015
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Ana Popovic gear stolen

*Ana Popovic gear stolen Friday June 26th   P L E A S E S H A R E !! Last night (Friday June 26th) STOLEN from the ‘Best Western Plus’ Chicago Southland parking-lot… (4375 Frontage Road Oak Forest, IL 60452) My 2009 white FORD 15 pass. ECONOLINE with ALL our backline (All original...

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Rhythm on the River continues…

June 28, 2015
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Rhythm on the River continues…

Even though it’s been a tough few days/weeks when it comes to dealing with all the rain and flooding… Rhythm on the River marches on. (see WOUB DIGITAL 6/16/2015) This week, Friday July 3rd brings  former vocalist with Dicky Betts, Mark May and the Mark May Band. July 10th Chris KEESEY alternative country/Americana via...

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WWOZ “live” broadcast

June 27, 2015
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WWOZ “live” broadcast

One of our mostest favoritest internet radio broadcast is WWOZ 90.7 FM in New Orleans. If ya find yourself sticking ’round home today or tonite… check out their “live” broadcast of this years North Mississippi Hill Country Picnic. “We plan to live broadcast the entire day’s acts on Saturday June 27. We will also record Friday’s acts...

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blues pourin’ down like rain

June 27, 2015
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blues pourin’ down like rain

It can rain out a ballgame, or it can rain on yer parade. But ain’t never rained on a golf course, never rains in Southern California or never in Tiger (LSU) Stadium… and it never rains out a Rhythm on the River event. Even thought the outside portion of this weeks Rhythm on the...

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Maintenance and Repair

June 25, 2015
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Maintenance and Repair

  Spring brings with it a rebirth of nature and all of its intricate beauty. In addition, it brings about the rebirth of our need to maintain or repair the material reality around us that was left by circumstance to winter neglect. “Spring cleaning” the house, putting in screens to welcome the fresh spirit...

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remembering Chico….

June 25, 2015
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remembering Chico….

Recently received an email from The Sunshine State saying a buddy in Chicago told him that Toronzo Cannon blew everyone away during the 2015 Chciago Blues Fest. He included an article on Toronzo with his message. (see examiner.com). We were well aware of Toronzo Cannon having caught him briefly in Chicago before. But made...

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Bluesrockers comin’ to Pomeroy

June 22, 2015
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Bluesrockers comin’ to Pomeroy

Ray Fuller & The Bluesrockers will be “live” at PB&J’s Rhythm on the River in Pomeroy, OH Friday June 26th. When you think about BLUES in central-Ohio, you naturally gotta think Ray Fuller & The Bluesrockers. We’ve followed Ray Fuller and his great slide guitar for what seems like a long time. And actually...

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