While blues was born in the South, Chicago developed its own rich legacy for developing and accommodating blues artists. “Mobile’s Blues Room” is bringing a Chicago Blues Hall of Fame inductee to the Azalea City for an evening of memorable sounds from the Windy City. Liz Mandeville is a consummate performer who was introduced to the Chicago blues and R&B world in the late ‘70s. Not only has she found success as a blues artist, but this impressive guitarist/vocalist has also found success with her label Blue Kitty Music.
Pulling from muses such as Muddy Waters and Koko Taylor, Mandeville has penned a collection of fiery blues tracks that is equaled only by their live delivery. Mandeville’s catalog boasts seven original albums with a number of singles charting with each release. Currently, she is touring in support of her latest release “Heart ‘O’ Chicago.” Azalea City blues fans that are unfamiliar with this talented diva should use this opportunity to get acquainted with Mandeville’s sound.
Date: Sunday, March 29 at 8 p.m.
Venue: The Blues Tavern, 2818 Government Blvd.,
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