Delbert McClinton, one of America’s great vocal stylists, will close out the 2010 Kenneth Threadgill Concert series next month in Greenville. The performance will be held on October 16 at the historic Municipal Auditorium in downtown Greenville. From growing up in the 50’s and early 60’s in the viagra 30 year old clubs information on global pharmacy canada of Fort Worth playing harmonica with blues legends like Jimmy Reed, Howlin’ Wolf and Sonny Boy Williams, to his pop hit “Giving It Up for Your Love”, to his Grammy award winning duet with Bonnie Raitt on “Good Man, Good Woman”, and on into the 21st century with two more Grammys in the best contemporary blues album category, Delbert McClinton has made his mark on American music over the last five decades. And he’s stronger than ever with his sildenafil citrate latest album precio de la cialis 2009’s Acquired Taste, which was produced by Don Was (Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, Bonnie Raitt) and includes co-writes with Guy Clark and Benmont Tench of Tom Petty’s Heartbreakers. Acquired Taste is a juke joint blend of musical generic cialis tadacip styles. McClinton’s signature sound mixes
all the styles he heard growing up in Texas – rhythm and blues, country, soul, rock and jazz. The man who taught John Lennon the harmonica on a trip to England has viagra in wiki one of the most sale cialis soulful voices in music today, in any genre. With songs like “Two More Bottles of Wine” (a hit for Emmylou Harris), McClinton long ago established himself as a top rate songwriter as well. McClinton and his full band, The Dick50, will headline the Threadgill Series concert on October 16th. Doors at the Auditorium open at 6:30 pm. Local favorites The Blues Doctors will open the concert. Featuring brothers Don and James Ward, The
Blues Doctors will be making real viagra online uk their second appearance on the Threadgill stage. Their father, the late Trig Ward, received the inaugural Threadgill Award in 2009 at a concert headlined by Marcia Ball, who invited the buy brand viagra online canada Ward brothers to sit in with her band for a couple of songs. Tickets are now on sale through Front Gate Tickets: www.frontgatetickets.com and 888-512-SHOW. Tickets are also on sale at Bill’s Records on South Lamar in Dallas and in Greenville at Cavenders and at the Magic Bubble and Calico Cat downtown. Advance tickets are $20-35 with a limited number available in the reserved section. Tickets sold at the door are $25-40. For more information on the concert, please visit our website: www.greenville-texas.com/concert.htm.
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