Chicago Blues By Way of Phoenix — and Bisbee   3 comments

Images by kenne

If you are looking for some great Chicago Blues, you might want to look by way of Phoenix and the Rhythm Room All Stars.
Founded by harmonica player, bandleader and owner of the Phoenix Blues Club, The Rhythm Room, A Chicago native,
Bob Corritore was introduced to the blues at an early age and took up the harmonica after being inspired by legendary
blues harmonica player, Little Walter.

Since 2005, Chris James and bassist Patrick Rynn, known by Blues fans as longtime leaders of their own band, the Blue Four,
have been a part of the All Stars.  I was pleased to photo them at the 2010 Bisbee Blues Festival. In the following clip the
All Stars are performing Chris James and Patrick Rynn’s original song “Mister Coffee”.

Kenne

(Click on errors in lower right corner to see full screen HD)

3 responses to “Chicago Blues By Way of Phoenix — and Bisbee

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  1. I love coffee! And the harp sounds oh-so-GOOD!

    Like

  2. Pingback: Diunna Greenleaf at The Rhythm Room’s 20th Anniversar « Becoming is Superior to Being

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