What to expect Bonnie Raitt show

Sandor Gulyas sgulya1@GMAIL.COM
Thu Feb 16 11:04:08 EST 2012

Calling the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival just a "jazz
festival" is like calling Lake Superior just a "lake."

Sandor Gulyas
M.A. Geography - Louisiana State Univ. '08
B.A. Geography - Ohio State Univ. '02

On Thu, Feb 16, 2012 at 8:59 AM, MARK SCHOSSOW <yupduluth@msn.com> wrote:
> Do you think Bonnie might have towned it down because she was playing at a jazz fest. no challenge just pondering.
> Yup say...Ya dont need to own no shoes to dance da Blues.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: stan billings
> Sent: 16 Feb 2012 14:35:26 GMT
> Subject: Re: What to expect Bonnie Raitt show
> Just to present a slightly different viewpoint.  I love Maria Muldaur,
> Javina Magness, Marcia Ball.  I love lots of the women singing the blues
> nowadays.  I saw Bonnie Raitt at Jazz Fest a few years back, and was not
> impressed.  Her voice is great, her band was very  good, but i did not care
> for the song selection.   Much of what she sings is to smooth, soft, mellow
> for my ears, to answer the original question. Also i would suspect that
> since she has a new album out, she will be singing a lot of stuff off of
> it.
> And change of topic here, but i generally do not like it when people sing
> or push the new album too much, not saying Bonnie will do that.
> Stan

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