Steve Smith

Operations Manager/Host of Ten O'clock Blues

712-274-6406 ext. 1319

steve.smith@witcc.edu

It’s the Bey Paule Band leading the 10 O’clock Blues.  Not Goin’ Away is the 3rd album for Frank Bey and Anthony Paule, and it comes on the heels of a very busy 2013 where the band released 2 albums, collecting a couple of BMA nominations (Blues Music Award) and a couple of prestigious year-end lists.

Cultural Continuum 07.31.15

Jul 31, 2015
Sanford Center

The Jackson St. Cook-off for the Sanford Center Gang Prevention Program takes place Saturday, August 1. Nine churches on Jackson Street, including Iglesia La Biblia Abierta, the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, and St. John Lutheran Church, have been challenged to a cook off to be held on the playground of Hunt School. It begins at 11:00 a.m.

  Also happening:

For the past 8 years Slam Allen has been the lead guitarist and singer of the legendary James Cotton Band. He puts his name on the album Feel These Blues and we start off with that one on this edition of the 10 O’Clock Blues.

Saturday, July 25, the Disabilities Resource Center of Siouxland and the Sioux City Human Rights Commission will host a celebration of the 25th Anniversary of the ADA. Expert panelists from local agencies will be present to talk about issues facing the disabled community and answer questions. There will be food and activities. It takes place in the Sioux City Public Museum beginning at noon.

Toronto’s Blackburn brothers (Duane, Brooke and Cory) have teamed up with bass player Andrew Stewart to play a funky soulful blend of modern blues inspired by their father Bobby Dean Blackburn, a prominent 60’s era keyboard player.

Sioux City Journal

Morningside College present's Hansel and Gretel and the Long Way Hometonight at  7:00 and tomorrow morning 10:00. The musical will be performed by LAMB Arts Regional Theatre’s LAMB Caravan. The original musical was written by Diana Guhin Wooley, CEO of LAMB Arts. It will take place in the Buhler Outdoor Performance Center.

    Also happening this week:

Blues Hall of Famer and multiple Grammy Nominee Charlie Musselwhite opens the show this week on the TOB.  His latest recording is called “I Ain’t Lyin’.”

  

Ian Siegal (right) has teamed up with some of North Mississippi’s finest with (left to right) Luther Dickinson, Alvin Youngblood Hart, and Cody Dickinson (The Dickinson Bros. are also in the North Mississippi Allstars – who will be playing the upcoming Saturday in the Park Festival here in Sioux City) as well as Jimbo Mathus (not pictured, but playing later this summer for Friday’s on the Promenade) to do a hastily assembled, but really fun jam session called “The Picnic Sessions”. That’s our starter course this week on the 10 O’Clock Blues.

Emily Johnson Live

The Emily Johnson Band headlines Fridays on the Promenade, tonight. This 10-piece soul/R&B outfit has been delighting music fans in Siouxland with their high energy, passionate, and lay-it-down-to-get-you-up fun. Backed by a spick-and-span horn section and a rhythm section you could set your watch to, Emily Johnson has the perfect set up to let go. And she does. What a voice! 

Also happening this week:

Beth Hart has parlayed her sometimes otherworldly singing voice into a pretty successful career in the blues, having played with the likes of Jeff Beck, Buddy Guy, Slash and many others.  Her latest album is called Better than Home, and we’ll lead off with that on the 10 O’clock Blues.

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