DC:MUSIC:Blue Monday Blues Schedule for January 3rd – Eddie Jones

Blue Monday Blues @Westminster Church
400 I Street, SW ~ Washington, D.C. 20024 ~ 202.484.7700
swrenaissance.com
BLUE MONDAY BLUES 

Mondays 6 – 9pm ~ $5 admission

Monday, January 3, 2011
Eddie Jones &
the Young Bucks
 

Eddie Jones, guitar

John L. Gray, keyboard

Les Campbell, bass

Freddy Gomillion, drums

Emmitt Queen, guitar

Blue Monday Blues is a project of Southwest Renaissance Development Corporation launched in 2006. It welcomes a great many of the area’s finest electric, down-home artists to lead incredible live performances every Monday evening without any exception.
The BLUES is a truly great American art form. With distinct influences from African, Caribbean and Southern origins it has expressed the passions of people very familiar with adversity and hardship. Perhaps this is why it has such a compelling appeal: the very common human experience of transcending these difficulties and reclaiming a new harmony. Blues is anything but sorrowful; it leaves you with a renewed sense of vitality and offers a new way of seeing things. 

We hope you will enjoy these experiences and find something inspiring every time you come.

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Blue Monday Blues is presented by Southwest Renaissance Development Corporation (Southwest Renaissance Development Corporation | 400 I Street, SW | Washington | DC | 20024) with the generous support of many individuals and institutions including the D.C. Commission for the Arts & Humanities which receives a portion of its funding from the National Endowment for the Arts. 

Your continued support is much appreciated!

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