Joanne Shaw Taylor and Roomful of Blues

Joanne Shaw Taylor and Roomful of Blues

Sat 4/9/228:00 PM

 


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This performance will take place on April 9th, 2022 at 8 PM. If you have purchased tickets to a previously scheduled date for this performance please retain your tickets for admission.


Got the blues? Two bands, one night! Rhode Island’s own legendary Roomful of Blues will begin the night with their hits including, “Boogie Woogie Country Girl,” and “Lower On Your List of Priorities.” Following their performance, Joanne Shaw Taylor will rock you with her international hits such as “Who Do You Love?,” “Blackest Day,” and “Time Has Come.”

Joanne Shaw Taylor is a British blues rock guitarist and singer who was discovered by Dave Stewart of the Eurythmics at the age of 16. The British music publication Blues Matters! called Taylor "the new face of the blues"

"Joanne is a superstar in waiting"  - Joe Bonamassa

"A thrilling guitarist and a powerful vocalist" - Time Out

For the last 50 Years Roomful of Blues has become legendary in the Blues World. Roomful has toured the world and recorded over 25 albums. With five Grammy nominations and a slew of music awards and accolades Roomful has become a recognized leader in their genre. Blues Music Magazine calls them “the best little big band in the blues.” On record and on stage, Roomful of Blues—led by master guitarist Chris Vachon for the past 22 years—continues to deliver its bone-shaking mix of original songs and carefully chosen covers ranging from jump, swing and proto rock ‘n’ roll to funky, contemporary blues. Their impeccable musicianship and larger-than-life vocals have earned Roomful of Blues five Grammy Award nominations and a slew of other accolades, including seven Blues Music Awards. Twice, the prestigious DownBeat International Critics’ Poll has selected them as Best Blues Band. And now, even after 18 previous releases and thousands of live shows, Roomful of Blues continues to evolve, as they return with In A Roomful Of Blues, their first new studio album since 2011.

Tickets: $31, $36, $41, $46