|Delmark Week at Buddy Guy’s Legends|
The blues community keeps celebrating the 70th anniversary of Delmark records, the oldest continuously operating blues & jazz label in the world. After the celebration at the 2023 Chicago Blues Festival, the very well attended Rockwell Blues & Jazz Stroll which featured what was going to be Tail Dragger’s last performance, and the historical 70th anniversary concert at Space, featuring the first performance of Billy Boy Arnold in over five years, the party keeps going on. If you would like to attend any of those events, please, contact the venues’ media or PR person directly.
Delmark Week at Legends
Sunday October 15
Sharon Lewis 5:30 -8
Dave Specter 9pm
Wed Oct 18th
Ron Simmons & Carlos Showers 5:30-8
Jimmy Burns 9pm
Thurs Oct 19th
Willie Buck, 9pm
Fri Oct 20th
Dave Weld & The Imperial Flames, 8pm
Bob Stroger & Friends, 9:30pm
Sat Oct 21st
Demetria Taylor, 9pm
MORE GREAT CONCERTS
Billy Flynn and his Delmark friends will be at Fitzgerald’s Oct 3rd.
Mike Wheeler and Larry Williams will be also at Legend’s at the Pro-Jam Concert Oct 9th.
Mike Wheeler and Larry Williams also will go to California to play Oct 12th at the Barbara Morrison Center, in LA, with a Chicago super-group that also features singer Demetria Taylor.
Jimmy Burns and Demetria Taylor and Bob Stroger will be Oct 7th and 7th at the King Biscuit Festival in Helena, Arkansas.
Mud Morganfield, with John Primer and a great band will be Oct 14th in Schaumburg IL, presenting once again a tribute to his dad, Muddy Water,
Johnny Burgin will present his blues review with special guests at the Skokie, Theatre, IL, Oct 21st.
Willie Buck is on a very busy tour in Spain and multiple Delmark artists are keeping their busy schedules in clubs around Chicagoland and the country.