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Sean Carney’s BluesFray Tuesday

Lil’ Red & The Rooster Meets Sean Carney

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Sean Carney’s BluesFray Tuesday series continues with “Lil’ Red & The Rooster Meets Sean Carney” which also features very special guests Long Tall Deb and Colin John!

Who’s in the ring? Well, first we gotta set the swing with a deep in the pocket groove by Dwight Cartier on bass and The Governor on drums. Now, what’s a BluesFray without some good-spirited Rooster crowing guitar licks, right? Joining the award-winning French Rooster Pascal Fouquet in the swing is fellow Columbus International Blues Traveler (CIBT) and IBC winner Sean Carney. Now, Lil’ Red knows these two only get better with heat, so she’s throwing them a Peahi wave, fellow world traveler and IBC finalist Colin John. Lil’ Red likes it really spicy, so sprinkle in a partner in skat & wale one more CIBT and IBC Finalist – as well as fellow WIB (Women In Blues) – Long Tall Deb and you’ve got one rich, hot blues gumbo!!!!

Westerville native, Jennifer “Lil’ Red” Milligan, with bite, humor and a contagious smile writes, sings, scratches and shakes with all that makes her soul burn. Together with her husband, award winning guitarist Pascal “Rooster” Fouquet, they’re warm and inviting and their music is inspired and innovative, blues and ol’ rhythm & blues with a spirit full of hope and joy, may inspire you to get up and boogie!

Sean Carney’s BluesFray Tuesday is sponsored by The Middlefield Banking Center, with Central Ohio locations in Dublin, Westerville and Sunbury. This special show is also presented by Crazy Mama’s Concerts. The series is held on the first Tuesday of each month, featuring Sean as host and performer, along with a variety of national and regional blues acts. An internationally known blues guitarist/singer, Sean also founded Blues for a Cure, a foundation that raises money for cancer research, education and screening organizations across Ohio.

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Date: Tuesday, May 7

Time: 8:00 pm

Cost: $15 reserved, $12 general admission