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This weekend: Find the blues in and around Atlanta, February 21-23, 2014

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t's time to check out the great blues shows available to those in and around Atlanta this weekend.

Here we go:

Friday, Francine Reed joins the Shadows at Blind Willie's. Sal's Soulful Sinners are at Darwin's in Marietta and Funky Bluester is at Fat Matt's. Rod Hamdallah is at Bone Lick BBQ. Ike Stubblefield is at the High Museum of Art from 5 until 10 pm. Mudcat kicks off a Big Dang Band weekend at Northside Tavern and Michelle Malone is at Steve's Live Music in Sandy Springs. Chicago Joe is at Two Urban Licks and the great Delbert McClinton comes to Variety Playhouse.

Saturday, Sandra Hall is at Blind Willie's and my friend Bobby Messano is at Darwin's. Fat Back Deluxe is at Fat Matt's and The Sweet and Salty Blues Band is at MoonShadow Tavern in Tucker. Marty Manous is at Nik's Place in Marietta and the Big Dang Band weekend continue at Northside Tavern. The Lefty Williams Band is among the bands playing at Red Clay Theatre in Duluth and Chicago Joe continues at Two Urban Licks. G Love and Special Sauce visit the Variety Playhouse. Leonard Blush performs at Spiced Right Rib House in Roswell and The Electromatics with Reid Doughton are at Steve's Live Music.

Sunday, the Billy George Duo hosts the blues brunch at Cypress Pint & Plate. Uncle Sugar is at Northside Tavern and Tony Bryant is at Fat Matt's. Locals in Acworth has its Sunday night jam and Joe McGuinness plays at The Oyster Fest at Steamhouse Lounge. Set It Off is at Two Urban Licks.

That's it for this weekend! Have fun and keep on bluesin'!


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