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TONIGHT! In order of appearance, here's the line up. Get there early and stay late, and bring your dancing shoes, this is going to be a great night for Blues Lovers everywhere!
The Phoenix Blues Society and The Rhythm Room Present The Road To Memphis Fund raiser for The R.D.Olson Blues Band Sunday December 21st. 1pm until we are done... Featuring Hans Olson ~ Common Ground Blues~ Paul CruiZe Blues Crew~ Kathy Davis and The GrooveTones~ ~Tom Grills~Smokestack Lightning~Salty Gringos~Toolshed~and The Effects Come one come all!!..
One of our favorite spots in Phx. Good food, cold drinks, and a smoking patio! Bring your dancin' shoes and we'll do the rest...
Heads up it's Glens' Birthday weekend show! Everyone is invited, and please go ahead bring your friends, it's cool. The place is clean, classy, unpretentious, good food, good times, and plenty of room to dance. With a large smoking patio! 9-1am.... ;)
A geat sports club, huge smoking patio, really goo food..known for killer bands and live music
Sounds Like: Ronnie Earl, Duke Robbilard, Dr. John, Joe Cocker, T-Bone Walker
Manager: Brother Jimmie Rabbit
Bio: Glen Russell Farkash sings from his heart and anyone that is near by is pulled into the energy of his performance. He was awarded a scholarship for music performance in 1980. Music for Glen is a very personal thing. The current expression of which, since 1998 has been and continues to be, CG Blu...See Full Bio
ReverbNation , March 24, 2015. Weekly Update for Common Ground Blues. #3 in Blues Chart for Phoenix, AZ Gotta love it!
“A new quote from radio personality Stan "The Blues Magician" Bindell KUYI Radio FM. "One very good traditional blues CD is Too Much Talkin’ by Common Ground Blues. This Phoenix area band does notable renditions of Strut, Every Day I Have the Blues and Stormy Monday just to name a few. Common Ground Blues is known for its vibrant guitar, killer keyboards and vocals. They are definitely worth seeing!"”