This year KOOL 101.7 is proud to be your Bayfront Blues Festival radio station. When you are planning ahead to bring things you will need to the legendary music fest, here's a list of things that are allowed, and things that aren't. Those of you that go every year, you know some of this, even if you do, it's good to brush up.
I got the opportunity to talk to Tommy Castro about his appearance here in Duluth at the Bayfront, and also asked him some questions about the early years and who helped shape his sound. The thing that surprised me was what he had to say about playing the festival and what it means to the Blues community.
The 28th Annual Bayfront Blues Festival promises to be the biggest and best ever, and being that KOOL 101.7 is the official radio station, we have presented a list of Dos and Don'ts to enjoy the show, and stay out of trouble.
KOOL 101.7 is proud to be your Bayfront Blues Festival radio station for the 28th annual event and we get many questions what is allowable to bring to the Blues Festival at Bayfront Park. Here's a list of things allowed in the park.
Anthony Paule talked with me on the radio and he is excited to finally be a part of the Bayfront Blues Festival. He started playing clarinet until his brothers played a certain artist for him, that's when he said he switched to guitar.
Lisa Haley and the Zydecats are a late add to the Bayfront Blues Festival, but she and her band have been trying to be a part of the weekend Blues Party for a few years. Lisa says, word gets around how fun it is and everyone wants to play it.
I have to admit I don't know everything about Charlie Musselwhite. I can say I have always been listening to him and never knew I was. I didn't know I was such a fan. When I was researching to talk to Charlie, I instantly went from fan to that of respect.