ROSA'S LOUNGE - 773-342-0452
3420 W Armitage Ave. , Chicago, IL 60647

Tweet Feed

Search Shows

Calendar

Carl Weathersby Band :: :: Late Night Blues ~ LIVE STREAMING ~ Stay-home Series

Share with your friends:

Purchase Tickets

Carl Weathersby Band :: :: Late Night Blues ~ LIVE STREAMING ~ Stay-home Series
Saturday, June 20, 2020 9:00 PM
Rosa's Lounge, Chicago, IL
  • 21 & over
Save $1.00 on your order by sharing this event with your friends at checkout!
 
Admission Type Price Quantity
Please visit the venue for tonight's show tickets.
Performing Artists (Click on Artist for Reviews and Previews)
Show Details
  • Ticket Price: $0.00
  • Door Time: 9:00 PM
  • Show Type: Blues
  • Restrictions: 21 & over
Late Night Blues ~ LIVE STREAMING  Stay-home Series

Rosa's Lounge will be hosting our very own online Late Night Blues, Stay-at-Home Series.
We will be broadcasting Chicago area Blues Bands recorded Live at Rosa's Lounge.
To view these livestream events you can go to our;
facebook/ Rosa's Lounge 
YouTube 
Roku (add Rosas Lounge to your channels)
 
Even though Rosa's Lounge is still closed to the public you can support both the artists

PayPal.me/kathleen727448

and Rosa's Lounge (Paypal.me/rosaslounge), by donating through the various virtual tip links in each broadcast.
Rosa's Lounge now has an online store for t-shirts. Go to: Rosa's Lounge store
To support the employees in the RESTART effort please donate here


 
Carl Weathersby: Born in Mississippi and raised in East Chicago, guitarist Carl Weathersby has the chops and fire of a post-Hendrix fretman, but his roots extend back to an earlier, less frenetic era. As a young man he apprenticed himself to Albert King, whose fusion of fiery string-bending aggression and subtle tonal expressiveness made an early and lasting impression on him; he put in some time as King's rhythm guitarist between 1979 and 1982. Later in 1982 Weathersby joined Billy Branch's Sons of Blues, and for the next 14 years his eclectic virtuosity helped define that band's sound. Distilling influences from the postwar era through soul, funk, rock, and beyond, the SOBs were an important force in updating the Chicago blues tradition--soulful and hard-hitting, danceable and musically diverse, and in tune with contemporary urban African-American sensibilities. In front of his own group Weathersby tends more toward high-energy, high-volume intensity than the subtle pop and jazz nuances he brought to the SOBs. But even at his most heated, he seldom leaves taste or musicianship behind. 
David Whiteis - Chicago Reader Critc's Choise