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US blues acts to perform in Poland's Suwałki  

11.07.2019 07:00
An international lineup of blues musicians, among them some well-known American names, are slated to perform at a festival opening on Thursday in the northeastern Polish city of Suwałki.
12th Suwałki Blues Festival, July 11-14, 2019
12th Suwałki Blues Festival, July 11-14, 2019Image: suwalkiblues.com

The annual Suwałki Blues Festival promises acts from across Europe, including Britain, Portugal, the Netherlands, France, Belarus and Lithuania, alongside a contingent of local musicians and some American heavyweights.

US performers include blues-rock guitarist Kenny Wayne Shepherd, The Allman Betts Band and The Cash Box Kings, a band co-led by Chicago blues vocalist and songwriter Oscar Wilson and harmonica virtuoso and singer Joe Nosek all the way from Madison, Wisconsin.

The event runs until Sunday.


Source: Gazeta Wyborcza, suwalkiblues.com