The Scott Ellison Band plays Blue Monday

Earwig Music Company artist Scott Ellison is a Tulsa born Blues artist, with hints of Rock ‘n’ Roll and Soul wrapped into a contemporary shell. Scott has been credited many times on silver screen and on stage with blues legends such as B.B. King and Bobby “Blue” Bland. On July 28, 2017 Scott’s newest CD”Good Morning Midnight” was released on Red Parlor and distributed by Sony Red. The Scott Ellison Band will be touring this Summer and Fall in the US and Canada, performing around 200 shows a year.
Music at 8:00 PM at The Alamo. $5.00 at the door.

Uptown Friday Night: David Lumsden Blues Band

For over 20 years, the Springfield Area Arts Council has partnered with Archer Bailey and Robbie’s Restaurant on Old State Capitol Plaza South to present a weekly jazz and blues performance series. Held weekly from 5:30 – 7:30 PM, attendees enjoy fine food, beverages and great music. There is no cover charge but a 50/50 raffle is held with proceeds benefiting the programs of the Arts Council.

John Clifton plays Blues Monday

As a co-founder (w/ brother Bill Clifton) of Fresno’s The MoFo Party Band, John Clifton has solidified himself as one of Central California’s most in demand Blues frontmen since he started in the late ’80’s. His from-the-gut vocal and harmonica presence and high energy performances have captivated audiences worldwide. Hitting the road hard since the early days and performing over 150 dates a year, John regularly tours in the U.S. and has headlined some of the most well known venues and festivals throughout Europe such as the Beersel Blues Festival in Belgium, and the Blues Express and Polish Boogie Festivals, both in Poland. He has also electrified audiences on festivals and in venues throughout the islands of New Zealand and Fiji! Most recently in 2017, The John Clifton Blues Band headlined at The Mount Dora Blues & Groove Fest in Florida and The Blierock Blues Fest in The Netherlands. John’s reputation and performances have earned him the respect of many of the greats as he has been invited on stage with the likes of James Cotton, Rod Piazza, Tommy Castro, John Mayall, Huey Lewis, Willie Big Eyes Smith, Luther Tucker, Kim Wilson, Billy Boy Arnold, James Harman, and Rusty Zinn.
John brings his Rip Cat Records “The Nightlife” CD Tour to The Alamo in Downtown Springfield. Music at 8:00 PM. $5 cover charge

Uptown Friday Night: All Frets

For over 20 years, the Springfield Area Arts Council has partnered with Archer Bailey and Robbie’s Restaurant on Old State Capitol Plaza South to present a weekly jazz and blues performance series. Held weekly from 5:30 – 7:30 PM, attendees enjoy fine food, beverages and great music. There is no cover charge but a 50/50 raffle is held with proceeds benefiting the programs of the Arts Council.

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