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BLUESFEST ALERT! Muddy Water's son?


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What: The Cisco Systems Bluesfest/Trytel Concert Series

Who: Big Bill Morganfield: It is the dream of many fathers for their

sons to follow in their footsteps. McKinley Morganfield, better known

as Muddy Waters, always lamented the fact that younger black people

did not seem interested in his music. If he were alive today, he

would be very proud of his son, Big Bill Morganfield. Possessing more

than just his musical pedigree, Bill has the voice, talent, song-

writing skills, and stage presence to become a major talent in his

own right.

Where: The National Library of Canada (395 Wellington Street)

When: Thursday, May 2, 2002 at 8:00 p.m. (doors open at 7:30 p.m.)

Why: In support of the Bluesfest ‘Blues in the Schools’ program

Tickets are $17.00 in advance and $20.00 at the door and are

available at: The Ottawa Folklore Centre (Bank St.), Compact Music

(Bank St.), Lauzon Music (Wellington St.), HMV (Sparks St.), the

Bluesfest office (247-1188).

Contact number for interviews:

Bob Jensen (902) 569-1955, jensen@pei.sympatico.ca

Bluesfest contact:

André J. Sauvé

Director of Communications and Media Relations

(613) 247-1188 ext: 229 marketing@ottawa-bluesfest.ca

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You think you know shit Jaimoe?

I'll tell you what motha-fauckar, I been to every Muddy Water's show EVER done! You come on here thinkin' like you some authority?

Why dont you hop on dat boy yo call a hose, and ride dat hairy azz on outa here, before I meatstick that crusty acorn a' your's beeotch!

I's gooona authoratize yo azz!

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