Is this worth six bucks ?

Shaun T Cronin shaun@WAVENET.COM
Thu Feb 22 04:24:52 EST 1996

Dick Waterman wrote:

>I'm leaving for the Bay Area to attend Brownie McGhee's funeral so I will be
>out of the loop for a few days. In the meantime, I wanted to pass along the
>lineup for the Wisconsin Delta Blues Festival that was held at Beloit College
>in 1970. I just found a copy of the program while digging in a a drawer. The
>entire festival was booked and promoted by students at the school.
>Friday night: Roosevelt Sykes, Robert Pete Williams, Jimmy Dawkins, Fred
>McDowell, Furry Lewis, Carey Bell, Eddie Taylor, Otis Rush.
>Saturday night: Rev, Robert Wilkens, Johnny Shines, Mance Lipscomb, Johnny
>Young, Big Walter Horton, J.B. Hutto, Son House.
>Free afternoon guitar styles workshop: McDowell, Shines, Wilkens, Lipscomb.
>Free afternoon piano styles workshop: Sykes, Lafayette Leake.
>Free film viewing: "The Blues" by Samuel Charters; "My Life in The Blues" by
>Lightning Hopkins.
>Festival ticket price: $4.00 per night or $6.00 for both nights.
>Is this worth six bucks?
>Dick Waterman

Six bucks? Worth way more. A bargain at any price. How I wish I could of
been there!


Shaun Cronin                  'The Blues is what exists between a man and a              woman.' Son House and John Lee Hooker.

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