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S5 E503 | FULL EPISODE

Sugar Ray and the Bluetones

Sizzling blues harp from the legendary Sugar Ray. "Sugar Ray" Norcia hails from Stonington, Connecticut -- a town he calls "the Austin of the East Coast," for the thriving roots music scene there. The Roomful of Blues alumnus is joined by some of the hottest blues musicians working today, to play "traditional Chicago blues -- not bastardized in any way," says Norcia.

AIRED: February 14, 2014 | 0:58:30
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¶ ¶ I PUT MY BABY OUT

ONE WHOLE LONG YEAR AGO TODAY. ¶ WELL, I PUT MY BABY OUT ONE

WHOLE YEAR AGO TODDY ¶ SHE STILL AINT GOT NO ONE TO

LOVE, AND SHE AIN'T GOT NO PLACE TO STAY

¶ I KNOW WITHOUT A DOUBT WHAT GOES AROUND COMES AROUND

AIN'T IT THE TRUTH. ¶ I KNOW WITHOUT A DOUBT WHAT

GOES AROUND COMES AROUND ¶ WELL, WELL, WELL, IF YOU TREAT

YOUR NEIGHBOR WRONG THEN SOMEBODY'S GONNA PUT YOU DOWN

THAT'S THE TRUTH. LET'S HAVE SOME PIANO.

¶ ¶ YEAH, I PUT MY BABY OUT AND I

SURE AM GLAD I DID ¶ HEY, I SURE AM GLAD I DID.

¶ I DON'T NEED A LYING WOMAN, I ¶

¶ ¶ [APPLAUSE]

>> OH, YEAH, NICE TO BE HERE, LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.

BEAUTIFUL TO BE HERE. SEE ALL YOUR MILING FACES.

WE'RE GOING TO PLAY THE BLUES RIGHT NOW.

THIS IS BY A GOOD FRIEND OF OURS.

¶ BLUES STOP KNOCKING AT MY DOOR &-¶ BLUES STOP KNOCKING AT MY DR

¶ WHAT CHANCE HAS THIS HEART OF MINE

WHEN KEEP LOSING ALL THE TIME BLUES STOP KNOCKING AT MY DOOR

¶ SEND MY BABY HOME TO ME. ¶7EVERYTHING I DOOSEEMS WRONG,

BLUES STOP KNOCKKNG AT MY DOOR. ¶ OH, WHY CAN'T MISERY SET ME

FREE? SEND MY BABY HOME TO ME.

¶ EVERYTHING I DO SEEMS WRONG, IN A CROWD, I STAND ALONE.

¶ BLUES, STOP KNOCKING AT MY DOOR.

¶ IF I TOLD I TO LET ME BE, GET ME OUT OF MISERY.

OH, BLUES, STOP KNOCKING AT MY DOOR.

&-IN A CCOWD I STAND ALLNE.NG, ¶ BLUES, STOP KNOCKING AT MY

DOOR. ¶ OH, WHY CAN'T MISERY SET ME

FREE? SEND MY BABY HOME TO ME.

¶ EVERYTHING I DO SEEMS WRONG, STOP KNOCKING AT MY DOOR:

¶ BLUES, STOP KNOCKKNG AT MY DOOR.

¶ BLUES, STOP KNOCKING AT MY DOOR

¶ [APPLAUSE]ú

>> THANK YOU, EVERYBODY, SO MUCH.

>> I COME FROM A MUSICAL FAMILY. MY DAD WWS MUSIC TEACHER IN THE

AMAZINGLY GOOD HARMONICA AND MY MOM SANG JAZZ IN THE LATE

1940s, TWO UNCLES, BROTHERS, ALL MUSICIANS.

I ALWAYS HAD INSTRUMENTS SET UP IN THE BASEMENT.

I LISTENED TO BLUES I COME FROM STONINGTON,,CONNNCTICUT, WHERE

THERE IS A LOT OF INTERESTED IN MUSIC, ESPECIALLY BLUES.

A LOT OF GREAT PLAYERS. MY FATHER HAD, FOR STUDENTS,

PEOPLE LIKE AL COPLEY, AND I GREW UP LLSTENING TO ROOMS FULL

&-THEY BROUGHT TT TOWN. ARTISTS I NEVER LOOKED BACK FROM THE AGE

OF 16 AROUND I'M 59, SO YOU DO THE MATH.

[LAUUHTER] ¶ THIS IS A MEAN OLD WORLD,

TRY AND LIVE IT BY YOURSELF. ¶ A MEAN OLD WORLD, TRY AND LIVE

IT BY YOURSELF. ¶ YOU CAN'T GET THE ONE YOU

LOVE, YOU GOTTTO USE SOMEBODY ELSE.

¶ I'VE GOT THE BLUES, GONNA PACK ALL MY THINGS AND GO.

¶ I'VE GOT THE BLUES, YEAH, I'M GONNA PACK MY THINGS AND GO.

HAVE MERCY, HAVE MERCY. ¶ I KNOW YOU DON'T LOVE ME,

BABE, LOVING MISTER SO-AND-SO. ¶

¶ SOMETIMES I WONDER, WHY CAN YOUR LOVE BE SO COLD?

SOMETIMES I WONDER WHY CAN YOUR LOVE BE SO COLD?

I GUESS YOU DON'T LOVE ME, GONNA BABE, LOVING MISTER SO-AND-SO.

¶ [APPLAUSE]

>> THANK YOU VERY MUCH. WE'RE HAVING A BALL UP HERE.

>> I HAD A BAND MATE ABOUT 30 YEARS AGO, A DRUMMER, AND HE

SAID, YOU KNOW, YOUR MUSIC, YOUR PLAYING AND SINGING SOUNDS SO

SWEET, RAY, SUGAR RAY, AND IT STUCK.

¶ ¶ I'M HAVING A BALL

DOING IT DOWNNAT THE UNION HALL ¶ I'M HAVING A BALL DOINGGIT

DOWN AT THE UNION HALL COME ON!

¶ AIN'T IT GOOD TO HAVE SUCH A WONDERFUL TIME

¶ ¶ LET'S EVERYBODY GO DOWN AND

HAVE SOME FUN ¶ EVERYBODY GO ON DOWN AND HAVE

SOME FUN ¶ WE'RE GONNA GO DOWN AND HAVE A

REAL BIG PARTY, BOOGY WOOGY ALL NIGHT LONG

COME ON, MIKE WELCH! ¶ ¶

¶ LET'S GO TO CHURCH AND TALK ú&&-¶ LET'S GO TO CHURCH AND TAK

ABOUT IT ¶ HAVING A BALL DOWN AT THE

UNION HALL ¶ COME ONE, COME TWO GOOD GOLLY

MOLLY COME ON ALL ¶

[APPLAASE] >> THANK YOU VERY MUCH!

WOO! A LITTLE THING I WROTE MANY,

MANY YEARS AGO CALLED SOME DAY, SOME WAY.

GOING TO FIND SOMEONE TO LOVE. THE DAY IS GOING TO COME.

¶ SOMEDAY SOMEWAY I'M GONNA FIND

SOMEONE TO LOVE ¶ SOMEDAY SOMEWAY, I'M GONNA

FIND SOMEONE TO LOVE ¶ AND WHEN I FIND HER, SHE'')LLE

MY ANSWERRFROM ABOVE ¶ I COULD HAVE LOVED YOU, BABE,

GIVEN YOU MY NAME ¶ I COULD HAVE LOVED YOU, BABE,

GIVEN YOU Y NAME ¶ BUT I FOUND OUT IN TIME, MY

LOVE OULD HAVE BEEN IN VAIN ¶ YOU HAD A CHANGE OF HEART BABY

LEFT ME BROKEN DOWN AND ALL ALONE

¶ YYU HAD A CHANGE OF HEART, BABY, LEFT ME BROKEN DOWN AND

ALL ALONE ¶ THEY SAY TIME HEALS ALL

WOUNDS, I'M GONNA FIND ME A HAPPY HOME

LOOK LOOK OUT. HEY!

ú& ¶ YOU HAD A CHANGE OF HEART BABY

LEFT ME BROKEN DOWN AND ALL ALONE

¶ YOU HAD A CHANGE OF HEART, BABY, LEFT ME BROKEN DOWN AND

ALL ALONE ¶ THEY SAY TIME HEALS ALL

WOUNDS, I'M GONNA FIND ME A HAPPY HOME

¶ HAPPY HOME. ¶ SOME DAY, SOME WAY, I'M GOING

TO FIND SOMEONE O LOVE. ¶ SOME DAY, SOME WAY, I'M GOING

TO FIND SOMEONE TO LOVE. ¶ I'M GOING TO FIND HER, SHE

WILL BE MY ANSWER FROM ABOVE. ¶ OH, YEAH.

¶ >> ALL RIGHT.

-EAH, BABY. ¶

[APPLAUSE] >> THANK YOU VERY MUCH.

MONSTER MIKE WELCH, LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, ON THE GUITAR.

MAN, OH, MAN. ¶ I'VE GOT A GIRL, AND I KNOW

THAT SHE'S THE ONE. ¶ SHE'S A PRETTY LITTLE THING,

SHE REALLY GOES FOR ME. ¶ JUST TO SEE HER EYES LIGHT UP,

OOH, SHE'S SO CRAZY ¶ THE GIRL THAT RADIATES THAT

CHARM ¶ UP IN THE MORNING HAD TO MAKE

SOME MONEY ¶ WHEN I DRAW MY PAY GIVING ALL

TO HER ¶ JUST TO SSE HER EYES LIGHT UP,

OH, CRAZY ¶ WITHHTHAT GIRL THAT RADIATES

THAT CHARM ¶ LATE IN THE EVENING, JUST ME

AND MY BABY AND A CIGARETTE. ¶ I'M LIFTING UP THE GLASS,

LISTENING TO MY HALF-HIGH SELF. ¶ TURNING LIGHTS WAY DOWN LOW,

OH, SO CRAZY. ¶ WITH MY GIRL THAT RADIATES

THAT CHARM. ¶ RADIATES THAT CHARM

RADIATES THAT CHARM ¶ RADIATES THAT CHARM

RADIATES THAT CHARM ¶

[APPLAUSE] >> THANK YOU!

¶ ¶ EVERYDAY I GOT TO WORK LIKE A

SLAVE ¶ CAUSE MY BABY DON'T TRY TO

SAVE ¶ A NO-GOOD WOMAN CAN RUIN A

MAN'S LIFE &-SHE'S ALWAYS OUT DOING ME WROG

MAN'S LIFED WOMAN CAN RUIN A ¶

¶ YOU KNOW A WOMAN'S LOVE CAN BE SO EVIL

MAN AND SHE CAN DRIVE A MAN RIGHT MAD

I KNOW BECAUSE I GOT THE LOWEST, MANIEST WOMAN, LIKE A SNAKE IN A

WAGON RUT, THAT'S THE KIND SHE IS, THE LOWEST, MEANEST WOMAN I

EVER HAD, BUT STILL, STILL KEEP ON BELIEVING.

YES, I DO. MINE.

OH, LORD, I GET ON MY MEES -- MY KNEES BOTH NIGHT AND DAY AND

THINK MAYBE SHE WILL COME OVER TO RAY'S WAY OF THINKING IN DUE

TIME. ¶ EEERY WEEKEND SHE ALLS ME

HONEY ¶ JUSTTTO GET HER HANDS ON MY

MONEY ¶ A NO-GOOD WOMAN CAN RUIN A

MAN'S LIFE ¶ WELL, I WANT TO KNOW, BABE,

I WANT TO KNOW, BABY, DID I DO YOUUWROOG?

HAVE I DONE YOU WRONG? TELL ME, BABY.

TELL ME BABY. I WANT TO KNOW, I JUST GOT TO

KNOW, BABY, DID I DO YOU WRONG? DID I SAY SOMETHING WRONG?ú

YOU GOT TO TELL ME, BABE. ¶ HEY.

HEY. ¶ BABY, WHAT HAVE I DONE WRONG

¶ BABE, WHATTHAVE I DONE WRONG? ¶ TO MAKE YOU PACK UP BABY,

AND LEAVE YOUR HAPPY HOME >> BABY, I SHOULDN'T CRY BOTH

NIGHT AND DAY. ¶ BABY, I SHOULDN'T CRY BOTH

NIGHT AND DAY. ¶ I HAVEN'T BEEN MYSELF SINCE

YOU WENT AWAY ¶ BABY, TRY ME ONE MORE TIME

JUST ONE MORE TIME. ¶ OH, TRY ME ONE MORE TIME

¶ IF YOU DONNT COME BBCK, PRETTY GIRR, I'M GOING TO LOSE MY

WORRIED MIND. ¶ HEY, BABY.

I WANT TO KNOW, DID I DO YOU WRONG?

HEY, BABY, DID I DO YOU WRONG? ¶ I'M GOING TO PACK UP, BABY,

LEAVE MY HAPPY HOME. ¶ TRY ME, BABY.

TRY ME UST ONE MORE TIME. ¶ HEY, TRY ME ONE MORE TIME.

JUST ONE MORE TIME. ¶ YOU DDN'T COME BACK, BABY, YOú

DON'T COME BACK, I LOSE MY MIND. ¶

>> BABE, DID I DO YOU WRONG? BABY, HAVE I DONE YOU WRONG?

¶ TO MAKE YOU PAAK UP, BABY, AND LEAVEEYOUR HAPPY HOME.

HEY, BABY. DID I DO YOU WRONG?

¶ I'M ASKING YOU ONE MORR TIME. BABY, BABY, BABY, BABY, DID I

DO, DO I DO DID I DO YOU WRONG? ¶

[APPLAUSE] >> AAL RIGHTY.

WE'RE HAVING A BALL. KEEP YOUR HANDS TOGETHER.

MONSTER MIKE WELCH. COME UP ND SAY SOMETHING.

SING SOMETHING. PLAY SOMETHING.

>> MY BASE PLAYER, MY PIANO PLAYER AND MY DRUMMER, WE'VE ALL

BEEN TOGETHER, WE'VE DONE SIDE PROJECTS.

I WAS IN ROOM FILL OF BLUES FOR EIGHT YEARS, BUT OTHER THAN

THAT, WE'VE BEEN TOGETHER FOR 40 YEARS AS ONE UNIT, ONE BAND.

THE NEWEST GUY HASSONLY BEEN HERE FOR ABOUT 12 YEARS, THAT'S3

MOOSTER MMKE WELCH, GREAT GUITAR PLAYER, WHO IS A STAR IN

HIS OWN RIGHT. HE GOT THAT NAME FROM DAN

AYKROYD, THE BLUES BROTHERS. HE HAS BEEN PLAYING SINCE HE WAS

18. HIS PARENTS BROUGHT HIM TO THE

GIGS. HE MAKES UP THE FIFTH MEMBER,

AND HE'S SMOKEIN'. SMOKEIN'.

¶ ¶ I SHOULD HAVE QUIT YOU, LONG

TIME AGO. ¶ I SHOULD HAVE QUIT YOU, BABE,

A LONG TIME AGG. ¶ I WOULDN'T BE HERE.

I WOULD BE DOWN IN MEXICO. ¶ IF I WOULD HAVE FOLLOWED MY

FIRST MIND, IF I WOULD AVE FOLLOWED MY FIRST MIND, I WOULD

HAVE BEEN GONE, NOW A BE SECOND TIME.

¶ LORD KNOWS, I SHOULD HAVE BEEN -ONE.

LORD KNOWS, I SHOULD HAVE BEEN GONE.

¶ I WOULDN'T BE FOOLING AROUND WITH YOU, BABY, DOWN ON THE

KILLING FLOOR. ¶ LORD KNOWS, I SHOULD HAVE

BEEN GONE. ¶ LORD KNOWS, I SHOULD HAVE BEEN

GONEE ¶ I WOULDN'T BE FOOLING AROUND

WITH YOU BABY, DOWN ON THE KILLIN' FLOOR.

¶ I SHOULD HAVE WENT OFF TO MEXICO.

¶ I SHOULD HAVE WENT OFF TO MEXICO.

¶ I WOULDN'T BE HERE, DOWN ON THE KILLIN' FLOOR.

¶ [APPLAUSE]

>> MONSTER MIKE WELCH! >> WITH TRADITIONAL BLUES, YOU

DON'T HEAR IT TOO MUCH ANY MORE. THE COLD CATS ARE GONE, WE'RE

KEEPING THAT UP TRADITION. NOT SAYING IT IS BAD TO GO

FORWARDDAND ROCK UP THE BLUES AND DO MORE TO IT, BUT I DON'T

GO THAT WAY. I STICK TO THE WAY IT WAS MADE

TO BE PLAYEDD I THINK. LAST WEEK, I WAS ON THE ROOD AND

I GOT REALLY SICK. I HAD COME DOWN WITH A COLD,

SNEEZING, SORE THROAT, FEVER ISSUE, AND I SAID, MAN, I IGHT

HAVE TO GO HOME. I'M JUST FEELING REALLYY3

TERRIBLE. - GOT ON THE STAGE AND IT ALL

WENT AWAY. THE ADRENALINE KICKED IN AND I

FELT LIKE A MILLION BUCKS. NOW, AFTER THE SHOW, ANOTHER

-TORY. CRASH.

I FELT GOOD, AND THAT'S THE ENERGY I GET.

I FEED OFF THE AUDIENCE. IT'S LIKE NO OTHER HIGH, NO

OTHER DRUG TO FEEL GOOD ON STAGE AND FEEL THE AUDIENCE ENJOYING

THEMSELVES. ¶

¶ MIDNITE, YOU KNOW YOU'RE DOING ME WRONG

¶ KEEPING ME UP ALL NIGHT LONG ¶ EVERYTIME I FEEL A LITTLE BIT

FREE ¶ I HEAR THOSE BLUES, MIDNITE

BLUES ¶ COMMENCE TO CALLING ME

¶ MMDNITE, WHY DON'T YOU LEAVE ME ALONE

¶ I'M TRYING MY BEST TO MAKE A HAPPY HOME

¶ EVERYTIME I FEEL A LITTLE BIT FREE

¶ I HEAR THOSE BLUES, MIDNITE BLUES

HE ¶ COMMENCE TO CALLING ME

¶ I CAN'T HELP TO FEEL A LITTLE BIT ASHAMED

¶ EVERY TIME I HEAR YOU CALL MY3 NAME

¶ I'M BLAMING YOU FOR ALL THE BBD THINGS I'VE DONE

STILL, I WILL ADMIT THAT EVERY ONCE IN A WHILE IT WAS FUN

¶ MIDNITE, DDN'T KEEP ME RUNNING AROUND

¶ I MADE UP MY MIND, I'M GONNA FREELE DOWN

¶ I HEAR THOSE BLUES, MIDNITE BLUES

¶ COMMENCE TO CALLING ME 0 ¶

¶ ¶ I CAN'T HELP TO FEEL A LITTLE

BIT ASHAMED ¶ EVERY TIME I HEAR YOU CALL MY

NAME ¶ I'M BLAMING YOU FOR ALL THE

BAD THINGS I'VE DONE ¶ STILL, I WILL ADMIT THAT EVERY

ONCE IN A WHILE IT WAS FUN ¶ MIDNITE, DON'T KEEP ME RUNNING

AROUND ¶ I MADE UP MY MIND, I'M GONNA

SETTLE DOWN ¶ EVERYTIME I FEEL A LITTLE BIT

FREE ¶ I HEAR THHSE BLUES, MIDNITE

BLUES ¶ COMMENCE TO CALLING ME

¶ CALLING ME, NOW. YEAH, CALLING MY NAME.

¶ OH, THE MIDNIGHT BLUES. THEY WON'T LET ME BE.

¶ OH, LORD, THEY'RE CALLING ME. ¶ YEAH, THEY'RE CALLING ME.

¶ OH, CALLING ME [APPLAUSE]

>> THAAK YOU SO MUCH! &-¶A DO YOU WANT TO DO, FELL AS?

¶ MAMA DON'T LIKE BLUES MUSIC MAMA DON'T LIKEENO JAZZ MUSIC

MAMA DON'T LIKE NO JUMP MUSIC MAMA DON'T LIKE NO SWING MUSIC

¶ WE HIP CATS DON'T CARE WHAT MAMA DON'T LIKE

¶ PAPA DON'T LIKE NO BLUES MUSIC PAPA DON'T LIKE NO JAZZZMUSIC

PAPA DON'T LIKE NO JUMP MUSIC PAPA DON'T LIKE NO SWING MUSIC

¶ WE HIP CATS DON'')T CARE WHAT PAPA DON'T LIIE

¶ WE LOVE BLUES MUSIC WE LOVE JAZZ MUSIC

¶ WE LOVE JUMP MUSIC WE LOVE SWING MUSICC3

WE HIP CATS DON'T CARE WHAT THEY DON'T LIKE

¶ ¶ ¶ ¶

¶ MAMA DON'T LIKE BLUES MUSIC MAMA DON'T LIKE NO JAZZ MUSIC

MAMA DON'T LIKE NO JUMP MUSIC MMMA DON'T LIKE NO SWING MUSIC

¶ WE HIP CATS DON'T CARE WHAT MAMA DON'T LIKE

¶ WE LOVE BLUES MUSIC WE LOVE SWING MUSIC

¶ WE LOVE JUMP MUSIC WE LOVE JAZZ MUSIC

&-DON'')T LIKEN'T CARE HAT THEY ¶

[APPLAUSE] >> THANK YOUU THANK YOU ALL VERY

MUCH. WE LOVE YOU ALL.

THANK YOU FOR SUPPORTING LIVE MUSIC, THAT'S WHAT IT'S ALL

ABOUT. ANTHONY ON THH PIANO.

[APPLAUSE] >> ON THE DRUMS, NEIL, GIVE HHM

A NNCE ROUND OF APPLAUSE. [APPLAUSE]

>> AND MIKE WELCH ON THE GUITAR AND VOCALS.

MUD CAT WARS. WE'VE ALL BEEN TOGETHEE FOR A

LONG TIME. MY NAME IS SUGAR RAY AND WE WILL

SEE YOU AGAIN, ALL RIGHT? ¶

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