Professor Louie & The Crowmatix with The Woodstock Horns

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Bridge Street brought in a show fans looked forward to, Professor Louie & The Crowmatix.  They were  joined by the Woodstock Horns to play the music of The Band.  Professor Louie was a long time collaborator with The Band.

Gary and the Professor before the show.

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Gary introduces the show and lets the crowd know about the latest CD, The Lost Band Tracks.

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John Platania (Guitar-Vocals)

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Frank Campbell (Bass-Vocals)

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Gary Burke (Drums)

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Miss Marie (Vocals-Percussionist-Keys)

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The Woodstock Horns

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Professor Louie (Keys-Accordion,-Vocals)

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Frank took over for a song.

The music of The Band was presented to an appreciative audience.  The songs were the familiar ones to most music fans and more lesser known songs with stories and history.

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The Veronica Lake look.

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Questions/comments, I can be reached through the Blog comments or at twblus@aol.com.  BluesBeatNews is written, produced, directed and photographed by Domenic Forcella.  My weekly Blues Beat column appears in the New Britain Herald, Bristol Press, Middletown Press and Torrington Register-Citizen.

About bluesbeatnews52

Blues columnist writing a weekly column dedicated to the Blues. The only column of its kind in a commercial (paid subscription) newspaper. Column appears in the Middletown Press, Bristol Press, Torrington Register-Citizen, and the New Britain Herald. Forcella has served on the Board of Directors of the Blues Foundation representing the Journalism constituency. Served on the Board of Directors Connecticut Blues Society as Past President and Past Editor of newsletter. Recipient: Keeping the Blues Alive award in Journalism from the Blues Foundation. Has contributed both writing and photos to nationnal blues publications.

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