Issue 634

22nd March, 2007 - 11th April, 2007

From Albert Collin's sideman to the master list of female blues guitar giants, Debbie Davies has covered all the ground there is in blues music. Launching a career that has been well-coveted, as well as a musician status of high reputation, Davies never rests on her laurels.

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Janiva Magness has the #1 blues CD of 2006. Using her newfound status in the music industry along with an incredibly powerful voice, Magness is now able to speak out for what she believes in. Originally from Detroit, the vocalist will be making her first appearance in Bay City at the State Theatre for the Saginaw Bay Area Blues Society's annual Cabin Fever Blues Fest’ 2007.

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Back in the fluid & freewheeling days of the early 1980s, when the local music scene had a broad divergence of venues to match the equally varied talent on the circuit, Loose Caboose was easily one of the most successful & shining groups in circulation.

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Rick Allen is an individual that developed a love for music at an early age and also managed to weave his affection & support for the people that create that music into one of the area's most successful business entities.

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Blossoming Musical Talent Starts to Take Root in the Tri-Cities

Sometimes a new local band takes a while for its stew to get brewing. But after a year of wood-shedding and another year spent searching, Barbarossa are finally bringing their burnished brand of roots and rock to the local masses, picking up tons of new fans along the way.

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"I hope you have not been leading a double life, pretending to be wicked, and being really good all the time. That would be hypocrisy." - Oscar Wilde "My method is basically the same as Masters & Johnson, only they charge thousands of dollars and it's called therapy.

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You would have to be buried under a rock to have not heard the name Larry McCray. Now in his third decade as a brilliant guitarist, masterful songwriter, and distinctive exponent of the 'Rockin' Blues', Larry is poised to release his first new CD of original studio material in six years, and will be returning to the Mid-Michigan area as part of The Bay City Blues Series on Saturday, March 31st with special guests Three Penny Revue at Bay City's State Theatre.

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Imagine walking into a local establishment and seeing music legends like Johnny Cash , Neil Diamond or even Elvis himself performing in front of your very eyes. That's what the State Theater is bringing to Bay City on Friday March 30th, 2007 with A Night of the Stars, a tribute featuring the impersonation talents of Roger Walker (Johnny Cash), David James (Neil Diamond), and Danny Van (Elvis Presley).

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Dear Editor, The Review: Editorial comments are opinion and everyone has one and is entitled to one but they are not entitled to their own facts. Editorial boards must deliver accurate information when sounding off atop their daily soapbox - accuracy being a core editorial value, or so one would think.

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