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Smokin' Joe Kubek & Bnois King and James Cotton to Perform in Wilmington

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SMOKIN' JOE KUBEK & BNOIS KING AND JAMES COTTON TO PERFORM IN WILMINGTON!

FRIDAY, AUGUST 5, 2011 Event: Riverfront Blues Festival Venue: Tubman-Garrett Riverfront Park—Main Stage Address: South French St. and Water St. Wilmington, DE Phone: 302-376-6298 Ticket price: $15-$50, children 12 and under free Website: www.riverfrontbluesfest.com *See website for complete festival line-up and detailed ticket information

SMOKIN' JOE KUBEK & BNOIS KING Showtime 6:45pm

JAMES COTTON Showtime 8:30pm

SMOKIN' JOE KUBEK & BNOIS KING “Raucous, high-energy Texas roadhouse blues-rock. Blistering guitar solos, irresistible shuffles and subtle ballads."—Living Blues

The red-hot rockin' Texas blues band Smokin' Joe Kubek and Bnois King will perform at the Riverfront Blues Festival in Wilmington on Friday, August 5, 2011. Kubek and King will be performing songs from their latest Alligator release, Have Blues, Will Travel. Kubek's raucous roadhouse fretwork is expertly complimented by the equally fiery guitar and soulful vocals of Bnois King. Together, the two create a one-two punch of raw, tough, Lone Star blues-rock.

JAMES COTTON “Among the greats of all time...He blazes on harp with brilliant virtuosity."—Rolling Stone

Grammy Award-winning harmonica master James “Mr. Superharp" Cotton and his band will give a live performance at the Riverfront Blues Festival in Wilmington on Friday, August 5, 2011. Cotton's latest CD, the Grammy-nominated Giant, is his long-awaited return to Alligator Records. Cotton, who in 2011 is celebrating his 67th year as a professional musician (starting at the age of nine), has recorded almost 30 solo albums, including two highly-regarded releases for Alligator in the 1980s and the famed Harp Attack! with Junior Wells, Carey Bell and Billy Branch in 1990.

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