Newsletter - Maria Muldaur Saturday 10/13 at Callahan's

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Maria Muldaur & Her Red Hot Bluesiana Band at Callahan's

See Maria Muldaur & Her Red Hot Bluesiana Band
Saturday Oct. 13 at Callahan's Music Hall

Buy tickets online here and enter the promotional code "amrf5" to receive a special discount for friends of the AMRF

Maria Muldaur is best known for her 1974 Grammy-nominated hit, “Midnight At the Oasis,” but over a career that has spanned almost half a century and 39 albums as a leader, she has probably forgotten more about American Roots music  than most performers can ever hope to know. As a member of the folk revival scene in Greenwich Village in the 60’s she performed with the likes of John Sebastian and Bob Dylan, and was mentored by Classic Blues diva Victoria Spivey. She learned about “old-timey” music while sitting at the feet of Doc Watson on his porch in North Carolina.

Maria Muldaur was a featured performer at the 6th Annual Motor City Blues & Boogie Woogie Festival, documented on the DVD “Boogie & the Blues Diva.” With Her Red Hot Bluesiana Band, Maria Muldaur detours from her ongoing exploration of vintage blues and returns to her much-beloved New Orleans (the place she calls her "musical and spiritual home") to perform contemporary electric blues that she calls "Bluesiana Music" - her own brand of New Orleans-flavored Blues, R& B and "swamp funk."