WATCH NBC 5 CHICAGO FRIDAY 3/20 5PM CDT – Women’s History Month

WATCH FRIDAY 3/20 5PM CDT: NBC Chicago Channel 5 News / streaming NEWS LIVE at https://www.nbcchicago.com/live/
a special feature celebrating Women’s History Month.

Imagine a World filled with Beauty. Here are some of the beautiful blues women who will be gracing the walls of the Delmark Records Gallery. Women of the Blues Foundation & Delmark Records will bring you an exhibit featuring a collection of photographers who have photographed blues women over the decades from legends to daughters of the blues masters to rising stars. Also featuring covers of Living Blues and Big City Rhythm & Blues Magazine. We planned on an opening tomorrow night during Women’s History Month but instead we will do a virtual opening on Friday, March 27th. Julia A. Miller, Brenda Taylor Ricci, Demetria Taylor, Kate Moss, Joanna Connor, Anne HarrisWin Noll , Mary Lane, Zayika Hooker, Shemekia Copeland, HolleThee Maxwell , Rose Reed & more. Sherree Lee, Joan Sullivan, Linda S Mensch – photographers (l-r), Roman Sobus, Steven I. WolfAllen Winkler, courtesy Brenda Taylor Ricci, Lynn Orman Weiss, Roman Sobus, Jennifer Noble, Living Blues Magazine, Harvey Tillis, Peter Hurley, Howard Greenblatt
All photos property of Women of the Blues and photographers listed. All Rights Reserved. Do Not Use Without Permission – Contact, Lynn Orman Weiss for information and media, ormanmusic@gmail.com Women of the Blues RecordsCHICAGO WOMEN OF THE BLUESOWL Music & Media, Pam Oliver, LeeAnn Trotter
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Women of the Blues: A Coast to Coast Collection Blues Hall of Fame Premiere


Wednesday, January 29th 3:15pm there will be an opening reception for The Blues Foundation / Blues Hall of Fame premiere in Memphis kicking off the IBC competition and on display Black History Month and March, Women’s History Month.

FYC – Grammy® Nomination – Mary Lane’s “Travelin’ Woman” – Best Traditional Blues Album

The Nomination 1st Round for the 62nd Grammy Awards® opened Wednesday 9/25 and will run through October 10th. Proudly Women of the Blues Records and OWL Music & Media offer FYC, 83 year old Mary Lane’s “Travelin’ Woman” for nomination for Best Traditional Blues Album. Only Mary’s 2nd Solo Album, comes 20 years after her debut. Produced by GRAMMY® winner Jim Tullio, the 10 song album of original music is backed by Very Special Guests: Billy BranchCorky SiegelEddie Shaw, Gene “Daddy G” Barge, Dave SpecterChris Hambone CameronLouie Zagoras and Colin Linden.

Check out the trailer from Jesseca Ynez Simmons‘ award winning I Can Only Be Mary Lane Documentary that tells the story of the making of “Travelin’ Woman” at https://vimeo.com/288639534. US Blues Societies are being given a Special Offer to book a FREE screening of the movie for their membership and guests. Call Lynn Orman Weiss to arrange your FREE SCREENING.

Give a listen to “Travelin’ Woman” and check out the movie trailer. Show some love when you agree this album is worthy of a Nomination. Thank you for listening and FYC.

KSDK – Show Me St. Louis – Women of the Blues – Feature Interview

http://www.ksdk.com/entertainment/television/show-me-st-louis/womens-musical-history-on-display-at-the-national-blues-museum/394968907

Belleville News-Democrat – BND Magazine – Women of the Blues

http://www.bnd.com/living/magazine/article125615409.html

Women of the Blues at BB’s Jazz, Blues and Soups

“Women of the Blues” Kickoff Concert
Friday, January 6th
BBs Jazz, Blues and Soups – 8PM

http://bbsjazzbluessoups.com/


Anne Harris, Laura Green, Holle Thee Maxwell,
Deitra Farr, Markey Blue, Nel
le Tiger Travis,
Renee Smith and Special Guests

BB’s Jazz, Blues and Soups
700 South Broadway
St. Louis, Missouri 63102
(314) 436-5222

Curator’s Talk, “Women of the Blues” exhibition, with Lynn Orman Weiss

Curator’s Talk, “Women of the Blues” exhibition, with Lynn Orman Weiss, producer/curator/journalist.

Lumiere Place Legends Room
Saturday, January 7, 2017 – 12PM-1PM
FREE and open to the public
(if you would like to visit the museum after the Curator’s Talk, there will be a discount on admission)

The panel will also feature: Amanda Gresham, producer, radio host, photographer Anne Harris, blues performer, actress Deitra Farr, blues performer, Living Blues Magazine columnist

St. Louis Post-Dispatch

http://www.stltoday.com/entertainment/music/kevin-johnson/new-exhibit-showcases-amazing-women-who-embody-the-blues/article_34e09fc0-8461-5457-a4a9-120fc293e101.html


Chicago Music Magazine

http://www.chicagomusicmagazine.com/news/women-of-the-blues-a-coast-to-coast-collection-at-the-new-national-blues-museum-in-st-louis/

National Blues Museum – Women of the Blues – Featured Exhibit

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The Women of the Blues: A Coast to Coast Collection will be the featured exhibit on display January 7, 2017 through March 31, 2017 at the National Blues Museum, 615 Washington Ave, St Louis. The museum is an ideal location for the appreciation and education of true blues lovers. Additional photos have been added to fill the wall space of the exhibit including some wonderful images by Co-Sponsor Amanda Gresham. Thanks also to Co-Sponsor Barbara Hammerman.

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