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Organizers of the Hampton Block Party have made a change to the entertainment for Saturday's season launch. Blues singer Jackie Scott has been replaced by Blues Empacts, Mojo Collins and Herbie D and the Dangermen. Scott had to reschedule her...
Jackie Scott, a Norfolk blues singer who has been involved with youth Blues Camps in Chicago in recent years, said that the concept will come to Hampton this summer. "My trip to Chicago was a success!" she wrote in a Facebook post on Friday. "Just got...
What amounted to a local music festival commandeered the Ghent section of Norfolk Tuesday night as The Veer Local Music Awards were presented at the Naro Expanded Cinema and after-parties raged into the night at nearby bars. Hampton's Fuzz Band was...
Tags: Music, Chrysler Hall, Culture, Bars and Clubs, Gene Vincent
The look on William "MoBetta" Ledbetter's face told the story. When he stepped into the administrative office at Kecoughtan High School Thursday afternoon, 17-year-old, guitar-playing blues musician was anything but blue. There were hugs, smiles, laughs...
Norfolk blues singer Jackie Scott was surprised with an affectionate tribute at the Hampton Taphouse on Wednesday night. Organized by Newport News resident Denise Mallonee, the event attracted many of Scott's fans, friends and fellow musicians in what...
Norfolk blues singer Jackie Scott has forged a link between Hampton Roads and Chicago, the American cradle of electric blues. In a series of sessions at Norfolk's Clay Garden Studio, Windy City sax man Eddie Shaw created tracks with a who's who of the...
Tags: Music, Entertainment, Hampton Roads
Norfolk blues singer Jackie Scott is using her clout in national blues circles to bring attention to some of Hampton Roads' top musicians. Yesterday (Feb. 27) and today (Feb. 28), Scott has been in the studio producing a recording that links top local...
When Howlin' Wolf romped through "Wang Dang Doodle" or thundered in "Three Hundred Pounds of Joy," the snarling guitar that accompanied him belonged to one of the greatest bluesmen to pick up the instrument: Hubert Sumlin. The cry of Sumlin's guitar ...
They buried Hubert Sumlin two weeks ago at Washington Memory Gardens Cemetery in Homewood, laying to rest the man whose ferocious guitar riffs galvanized Howlin' Wolf's classic recordings of the 1950s and '60s. Just before Sumlin's casket was lowered...
On a recent Wednesday night at Blue Chicago, a long-running club downtown, you had to elbow your way forward just to get past the doorman. Men and women in business suits — collars loosened, beers in hand — packed the place, barely leaving...
Norfolk blues singer Jackie Scott, over the course of two albums and countless live shows, has earned a solid reputation on the national blues scene. She's not a star yet, but Scott has impressed blues fans in Baltimore, Chicago and elsewhere. These...
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