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Pops Blues


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  1. Blues for Pops is an annual benefit concert celebrating life, love, and music for all of us who have lost a loved one or been affected by cancer. % of ticket sales are donated to the American Cancer Society and will go towards cancer research, patient services, early detection, treatment, and education.
  2. Every Sunday is blues night, and we feature some of the most talented artists from around the area. Find more details about all live music performances below, or call to speak with someone from our staff. Carry Out. Pops Place. Pop's Place Food & Spirits • W. .
  3. Pops Staples professed not to be a blues singer, but he did collaborate with guitarists Albert King and Steve Cropper on the Stax album Jammed Together, and he won a GRAMMY® in the Contemporary Blues category in for his final CD, Father Father. “It’s just my way of playing,” he explained.
  4. For those that like Pops Staples, then this is surely for you. If you are new to Pops then give it a try, because you might be in for a big surprise to this man's 'Blues' music style, all of which a pure bliss. Its a ten track CD, with the following: World In Motion Love Is A Precious Thing America Down in Mississippi This May Be The Last Time/5(14).
  5. Blues for Pops is an annual benefit concert inspired by Jeffrey Walker, the first President of Atlassian, who lost his five year battle to cancer in Jeffrey was a gifted guitarist with a passion for loud music, technology, and injecting fun into life - with a martini in hand. His children, Brittany and Mac, honor him each year with a benefit promoting emerging artists supported by the.
  6. Jun 23,  · Though Pops Staples never left the church, he’d spent his fair share of time in juke joints playing the blues. With his family band committed to gospel, he now joined a Baptist church and was “born again,” giving up secular music for the moment. In , Pops had the newly named Staple Singers record a single to sell at shows.
  7. Mar 20,  · “Fergus Sings The Blues” another one of their upbeat tunes like "Real Gone Kid". Good stuff. Gerry Marsden, Paul McCartney, Holly Johnson, and The Christians – “Ferry Cross The Mersey” is the full credit but "Various Artists" seems to be TOTP idea.

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