Long Beach New Blues Festival

Long Beach New Blues Festival

Long Beach New Blues Festival

New Blues Festival! Sept 5 & 6, 2015 El Dorado Park, Long Beach

Month: July 2016

Circle Audi Long Beach

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Local business’s showing their commitment to the area is to be applauded, so it is with great pleasure that we can now tell you our friends at Circle Audi Long Beach will be joining us this year and we thank them kindly. They have great promotions on now thru the summer period so please show your support to the businesses that support our city.

Sam Ash

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Sam Ash have confirmed their involvement in this years festival and we couldn’t be happier to have them on board!

They will be supplying us with grade A equipment all around the festival this year and also hope to maybe have attendance as well to help all you budding blues musicians reach your goals, who knows you might even make our main stage next year!

Big Llou Johnson

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Big Llou Johnson Confirmed 2016.

The New Blues Festival is proud to announce Big Llou Johnson has been tapped to Emcee New Blues Festival 3, taking place Labor Day Weekend, Saturday, September 3 and Sunday, September 4, 2016, at El Dorado Regional Park in Long Beach, Calif.

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Big LLou is a singer-songwriter, actor & radio personality. Some consider him the “Voice of the Blues” nationally.  Over two-million blues lovers a week tune into BB Kings Bluesville, the world’s biggest blues station on Sirius XM Satellite radio where he’s heard daily.

Just as comfortable on the big screen as he is on stage, Hollywood heavyweights George Lucas and Chuck Lorre chose Big LLou to voice their projects. A sought-after emcee, Llou regularly hosts some of the biggest events in the Blues including The Blues Music Awards, The Legendary Rhythm & Blues Cruises, and various blues festivals across the US.

In 2013 he created “Big LLou’s Blues Hall of Fame Tribute Jam,” a blues-themed celebrity jam held annually in Memphis during Blues Music Awards week.  The event has raised over $15,000. for organizations that support blues music and the musicians who perform America’s greatest musical art form.

A true blues “Renaissance Man,” Llou hopes to continue the tradition of artists like Isaac Hayes, Rufus Thomas and Howlin’ Wolf, who also worked in radio and contributed so much to America’s musical landscape.

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