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

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RICO McFARLAND BAND :: LIVE PERFORMANCE

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  • Ticket Price: $40.00 - $120.00
  • Door Time: 8:00 PM
  • Show Type: Blues
  • Restrictions: 21 & over
The most fun you gonna have with your mask on! ©
We are welcoming back blues fans to Rosa’s Lounge!
Cautiously reopening at 50% capacity.
We practice IDPH approved safety guidelines.

- Contactless temperature check as you enter.
- Wellness questionnaire at the door (1 per party)
- Requirement to wear a face covering (mouth, nose) when you enter, exit, when you are 
seated and placing an order with staff or communicating with another patron, or are not seated at your table.  
- Maximum group of family or friends permitted  to seat together is 6.
- Dancing allowed at your seat only.



Rico Mc Farland:
For years, Rico McFarland played guitar for such luminous blues artists as James Cotton and Lucky Peterson, before finally launching his solo career in 2001 to much acclaim. Born on March 5, 1960, the Chicago guitarist worked with countless blues artists over the years: Albert King, Otis Clay, Syl Johnson, Artie White, Kinsey Report, and more. He is perhaps best known for working with Cotton and Peterson and Sugar Blue, however. McFarland recorded his solo debut album, Tired of Being Alone, for Evidence Records in 2001 with a large roster of guests, including vocalists Otis Clay, Syl Johnson, Billy Branch, and Teela. The album won much acclaim and earned McFarland a 2002 W.C. Handy nomination for Best New Artist of the Year.
 
Artist Biography by Jason Birchmeier