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Holly & Corky Siegel

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Corky Siegel’s Chamber Blues events of note


10/2 Washington DC - City Winery
With bodacious diva Lynne Jordan
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10/11 Madison WI - North Street Cabaret
With Tracy Nelson
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10/12 Evanston IL - SPACE
With Tracy Nelson
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Blog/Memories

Blog - ‘MY MEMORY IS A THING OF THE PAST - the future is an unopened present.
This is my mémories in the form of a free, digital, living, always growing and changing, interactive library of stories, quips, and revelations,

People have insisted; “You must write a book.” I would always respond; “If you want me to have a book you are going to have to write it for me.” Good news! I’m writing that book!

Included is the “One-Page-Book on the Music Biz - check it out.

Imminent images

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Poster for Madison Wi and Evanston IL

Poster for Madison Wi and Evanston IL

Historic pictorics

January 1967 - New York City -Cafe Au Go Go - Early Siegel-Schwall Band on tour with Howlin’ Wolf;    Left to Right: Jack Myers (bass), Jim Schwall, Howlin’ Wolf, Me on Wolf’s knee, Russ Chadwick (drums)    Wolf used to knock on Corky’s door every morning and they’d take walks in the Village.  Wolf loved the idea of brining blues to classical audiences.

January 1967 - New York City -Cafe Au Go Go - Early Siegel-Schwall Band on tour with Howlin’ Wolf;

Left to Right: Jack Myers (bass), Jim Schwall, Howlin’ Wolf, Me on Wolf’s knee, Russ Chadwick (drums)

Wolf used to knock on Corky’s door every morning and they’d take walks in the Village. Wolf loved the idea of brining blues to classical audiences.

July 1968 - One year later - Corky (w/harmonica), William Russo (composer), Maestro Seiji Ozawa - Before rehearsal with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra at Ravinia.     This was the premiere of Russo’s “Three Pieces for Blues Band and Symphony Orchestra” which launched a Corky career of composing and performing “Symphonic Blues” and Chamber Blues.

July 1968 - One year later - Corky (w/harmonica), William Russo (composer), Maestro Seiji Ozawa - Before rehearsal with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra at Ravinia.

This was the premiere of Russo’s “Three Pieces for Blues Band and Symphony Orchestra” which launched a Corky career of composing and performing “Symphonic Blues” and Chamber Blues.