BREVARD MUSIC GROUP
&
LOUS BLUES UPSTAIRS
Present

Live at

LOU’S BLUES UPSTAIRS

Legendary Blues & Roots Rock Band

The Nighthawks

With Special Guest

Steady Rollin'

Bob Margolin

Tuesday, November 18, 2014 – 8 pm

Cancelled do to a scheduling conflict. Tickets will be refunded at point of purchase.

Contact BMG at 321-783-9004

or

Lou's Blues at 321-779-2299.

 

Lou’s Blues Nightclub 
3191 Highway A1A
Indialantic, Fl  32903
 321-779-2299

VIP Tickets $35
Reserved $30
General Admission $10
*Includes handling fees

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Tickets Available At:
Brevard Music Group
321-783-9004            
www.brevardmusicgroup.com

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Lou’s Blues Nightclub 
321-779-2299

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About The Nighthawks

 The Nighthawks

The Nighthawks


 Bob Margolin

Bob Margolin

current lineup for The Nighthawks is:
Mark Wenner: Vocals, Harmonica
Johnny Castle: Vocals, Bass
Paul Bell: Guitar
Mark Stutso: Drums, Vocals

When Mark Stutso, master of the deep groove, joined The Nighthawks at the beginning of 2010, the 21st-century version of the legendary American roots band was complete. WithPaul Bell and Johnny Castle in the band for nearly a decade, and founding father Mark Wenner the remaining original, this team outshines all previous incarnations. 

The Nighthawks was an idea in Mark Wenner's brain long before he was able to implement it. The musical product of pre-1958 radio in Washington, D.C., he did not know there were rules against mixing blues, R&B, honky-tonk country, doo-wop, gospel and rockabilly into one delicious stew.

In 1972, Mark, then 23, returned to his hometown after a New York City band apprenticeship eager to start a real, work-every-night band based on American roots music. He found a receptive local scene. Washington has long been a musical melting-pot of the kind that made Memphis the source point for the evolution of American music in the second half of the 20th century. It just never had a Stax or Sun record label to tell the world. As the city exploded with an influx of people from all the surrounding states during the Great Depression and World War II, Washington became a hotbed of musical cross-fertilization. When Bill Haley first brought his wacky Pennsylvania mix of hillbilly music and rhythm and blues to D.C. in 1952, people got it. And white kids like Mark found the Howard Theater – now recently restored and part of the historic top tier of the Chitlin' Circuit that included Baltimore’s Royal, Chicago’s Regal and New York’s Apollo – just a 25-cent bus ride away from the suburbs.

Read more at www.thenighthawks.com

About Bob Margolin

Bob Margolin is a Blues guitarist and singer. He tours worldwide today as a bandleader or guest with both legendary and contemporary musicians. Bob played guitar in Muddy Waters’ band from 1973-’80. He delivers exciting Blues guitar and an entertaining, friendly stage presence.

In 2013, Bob was nominated for The Blues Foundation’s Blues Music Award for Traditional Male Blues Artist. He has won Blues Music Awards for guitar in 2008 and 2005.

Bob is a founding partner in The VizzTone Label Group, on the Board of Directors of The Pinetop Perkins Foundation, leads workshops worldwide in Blues Guitar. He received the 2013 Keeping the Blues Alive Award for Journalism, appreciating his 20 years writing for Blues Revue. In 2011, his eBook Steady Rollin’ was published.

Bob’s 2012-released CDs are:

  • Blues Around The World with the Mike Sponza Band
  • Not Alone, collaborating with the late Ann Rabson, WINNER of the 2013 Blues Music Award for Acoustic Album.

In today’s Blues scene, Bob Margolin is carrying on the tradition with a full schedule of tours, festivals, concerts, and club appearances. For more details and depth, please visit the other links on www.bobmargolin.com.