St. Clair Productions


Rogue Valley Blues Festival

 

Main events at
Historic Ashland Armory
208 Oak Street, Ashland

All ages event.
Barbecue dinner sold by Geppetto's Restaurant.
Beer and Wine sold by Creekside Bistro.


 
Workshops


Ticket outlets:
Ashland:
Music Coop in the A Street Marketplace
Ashland Chamber of Commerce Office

Medford:
Magic Man in Bear Creek Plaza

Grants Pass:
Heart Song 224 SW 6th Street


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Sponsored in part by:
Ashland Food Cooperative
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Standing Stone Brewing

Stratford Inn
Stratford Inn
Special festival room rates

Southern Oregon Travelogue

Southern Oregon Public Television
Holiday Inn Express Ashland Special Festival Rates call the Motel direct at 541-201-0202

Friday Evening Acoustic Concert

January 18, 2008
Doors open 6PM for dinner
Music begins 7PM

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Featuring

moreCorey Harris

 

moreNathan James and
Ben Hernandez

morePaul Sprawl

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Saturday Evening Dance

January 19, 2008
Doors open 6PM for dinner
Music begins 6:30PM

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Featuring

moreSugar Pie DeSanto

 

moreTy Curtis Band

moreAnnieMac

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Sunday Evening

New Generation of the Blues
Showcase and Dance

January 20, 2008
Doors open 5:30PM for dinner
Music begins 6PM

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One of our real joys is giving young artists the opportunity to perform and giving audiences the opportunity to come hear them.
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Featuring

moreThe Ben Rice Blues Band

 

moreYesterday

moreTJ Moore, Gunnar Roads & Jumpin Josh

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Workshops

January 19-20, 2008

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Saturday 11AM
Corey Harris -- Blues guitar
Saturday 12:30PM
Nathan James and Ben Hernandez -- home-made instruments: how to make them; how to play them
Saturday 2PM
Paul Sprawl -- Blues guitar

Sunday 11AM

Sugar Pie DeSanto and James Moore (owner of Jasman Records) -- Working with the Masters - What was it like working with performers like Mel Sharp, Jackie Wilson, Etta James, Otis Redding, Rufus Thomas, Smokey and the Miracles, James Brown
Sunday 12:30PM
Ty Curtis -- Blues guitar
Sunday 2PM
Annie McIntyre - Why we sing -- exploring the psychological, physical and spiritual connections

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Free Performances

Standing Stone Restaurant
101 Oak St., downtown Ashland
Saturday
12 p.m. Blue Notes
1 p.m. Roadmasters -- Tom Frederick, Tom Freeman, Craig Martin and Bill Hahey
2 p.m. Door Shakers from Grants Pass
3 p.m. Lori Brown and Soul Food

Sunday
12 p.m. Mark and Cindy DeGroft
1 p.m. Chuck Yates
2 p.m. Karen Lovely Band
3 p.m. Beau Berry Band

Alex's Restaurant
35 N. Main, on the Plaza, downtown Ashland
Saturday
12 p.m Jerry Zybach and Adam Scramstad
1 p.m. Mike Slizewski and Rob Eller
2 p.m Craig Wright
3 p.m. Gunnar Roads

Sunday
12 p.m. Jim Roy and Larry Eaton
1 p.m Scott Woolsey
2 p.m. Gene Burnett
3 p.m. Pete Herzog

Avalon Bar and Grill
105 W. Valley View, Talent (across from Walmart)
Saturday
12 p.m. Tim Church and Craig Schmele
1 p.m. MAJIK -- Marcela Ruikis, Jim Quimby, and Kent Hayward
2 p.m. Jack Fischer and Russ Rodriguez
3 p.m. Rick Di Dia and Aireene Espiritu

Sunday
12 p.m. Craig Martin and Boris Cummings
1 p.m. Mac Potts
2 p.m. Jaywalker -- Dal Carver, Brent Norton, Jeff Adicott, Linda Marie Greenburg & Rose Marie Mayer
3 p.m. Wayne Brandon & Joel Diehl


Tickets
Weekend Pass
(includes workshops)
$55
Friday evening only
(dinner separate charge)
$30
Saturday evening only
(dinner separate charge)
$30
Sunday evening only
Adult - $10
17 and under - $5
Workshops are $20 each, collected at the door.

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