Arts, Lectures

Fathers & Sons: A Panel Discuss

When: Sat., April 30, 2-4 p.m. 2016

Inspired by the 1969 Muddy Waters album "Fathers and Sons," the National Blues Museum is having a public discussion with sons of music industry legends about how they continue to bear the torch that their fathers passed down to them. This album, released on Chess Records, was a resurgence of the Chicago-based blues music scene and featured a new generation of blues artists, including Otis Spann, Michael Bloomfield, Buddy Miles, and Paul Butterfield. With this recording, Muddy Waters, who at this point in his career had seen much commercial success nationally and internationally with songs such as ‘Rolling Stone,’ ‘Got

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