Wegman's Blues night is BACK! Early weekday show from 5 pm until 8 pm: we are bringing 5 pieces (Sax man Mike "Rains" Rainsford will join Zig. Mike, Dick and Chad). All of out friends are invited for rockin' blues in this surprisingly cool setting: needless to say, great food and becerages are very available here!
Annual free outdoor event features 6 bands from noon till 6 pm, food and events booth, and yes, the beer tent! Many of our friends are playing, including Russ Lambert and the Shakedancer band, Deb Callahan band, and the Blue Plate Specials, along with Big Band Theory. Blue Bizness hits the stage at 3 pm until 4 pm with our most soulful set ever! Hope you are there!
Wewgman's first ever "Blues Night and Lobster Fest"
Blue Bizness ROCKS at 30 Main, (on Lancaster Ave, directly across the street from the Berwyn Train station where plenty of free parking abounds). We Play 9 till Midnight and have lots of surprises: Zig, Mike, Dick and Chad will be joined by Skunk Baxter's former sax man Mike "Rains" Rainsford on the saxophone. Come on out people!
Blue Bizness hits Berwyn's favorite bar-restaurant, 30 Main, which sits directly across the street from the Berwyn train station on Lancaster Ave. This place has over 3,000 followers on Facebook and gets a great crowd, has fabulous food, a great bar and an enviable microbrew menu. We will be capping the venue's earlier event that same night, the fundraiser for the October 4 Paoli Blues Festival, so it will be a full house of blues lovers!
Bio: Blue Bizness is Zig Zeller (guitars, harmonica, vocals) Michael Sproat (guitars, vocals, songwriting), Dick Donovan (bass) who joined forces in 2004 and are still having a great time making music together nine years later! Newest member is Chad Edstrom on drums, formerly of the esteemed "PorkRol...See Full Bio
Blue Bizness has a show on 12/11/2014 at 05:00 PM @ The Pub at Wegmans in Malvern, PA http://www.reverbnation.com/q/5dvh38 #concert
Ask Blue Bizness anything...
Q: Hi Zig, Just caught the clips from the Keswick MGK show. Awesome guitar work, great tone too. What amp were you using for the shows? Thanks! Chris Mason email@example.com for mail list
A: Thanks, Chris, I was using the too-small-to-see, hidden behind my Stratocaster Quilter Micropro 200 for guitar, at 19 pounds actually lighter than my pedal board: my current favorite road amp, close enough to my Fender Deluxe vs Vibrolux reverb to be passable, and Sonny Junior Cruncher for harmonica. Glad you liked the clips!
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