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Blues Night w/ Robert Johnson & The Boulder Blues Quartet and Deborah Stafford & The State of Affairs

06-Apr-2019

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Blues Night w/ Robert Johnson & The Boulder Blues Quartet and Deborah Stafford & The State of Affairs

 

An evening of the very best of the Blues!
Doors 7pm -  Music 8pm

Tickets $15 

 

We are so excited for this Blues Night! Joining Deborah Stafford and her award-winning Blues Band, The State of Affairs this time, will be the Fabulous Robert Johnson!

 

Robert has done it all, from sharing the stage with greats like Stevie Wonder and Stan Getz to performing with the 17th Avenue Allstars, collaborating with Dotsero and winning a regional Grammy for his work on Michael Friedman’s “Seize the Day”. He was voted Best Male Vocalist in the Denver Post's Readers Poll, Best Jazz Vocalist by the Colorado Black Artists Association, was honored as Colorado’s Best Male Singer by the News and Radio Media and Best Male Vocalist by the Colorado Songwriters Association. Currently Robert can be heard on his CD releases through his label Jakarta Records Ltd. Those recordings are "Richard The Third", "Black Prince Road" and "Home for The Holidays". His latest release "All Blue" takes one back to the days of the cool! Robert is equally at home in Jazz or Blues and his Boulder Blues Quartet is made up of THE BEST players in Colorado. Deborah and her Band are honored to have them share their stage.


Deborah Stafford & The State of Affairs are making a name for themselves in the Blues World. Having just returned from Memphis and competing in the International Blues Challenge, they did Colorado proud representing Mile High Blues Society on Beale Street. Their CD "Blused and Confused" also made it to the semi-finals in the best self-produced CD category. Deborah has opened for Hamilton Loomis, performed at numerous festivals - most recently Sweetwater Blues & Brews - and is always included in The Colorado Women of Jazz Showcase. Her band is made up of true professionals whose Blues Cred is beyond question. Dave “Doc” Dougherty is Deborah's partner in crime, collaborating with Deborah on writing songs for the group and giving them tasty licks on the guitar. Bob Tiger, a Chicago bluesman of many years amazes on the bass. Alayna Simmons, “The Austin Sax”, who won best horn player with Colorado Blues Society last year, wails on the Sax, and Doug “JJ” Murphy keeps the beat driving and everybody dancing. Join us for a great evening!

 

NOTE
Seating is on a first come, first serve basis. Seats are limited - be sure to come early, when the doors open, if you would like a table. We highly recommend dinner reservations in the Tavern before the show for those guests wishing to enjoy dinner with us!
 
RESERVED SEATING
Dickens Tavern – Phone: (303) 834-9384
$100 VIP boxed seated areas available close to the stage – areas seat 8 comfortably - all guests must still purchase individual show tickets. This is not included in the VIP private/reserved sections. You can order off of our full tavern menu until 10 pm.
 
ALL SALES ARE FINAL – we do not provide refunds to concerts.
Online ticket price includes a $1.00 convenience fee.
Tickets purchased online will be available at Will Call on the day of the show under the name of the credit card used to purchase them.
 
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Ticket Price $16.00


 


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